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Pulp Fiction(1994)

The Great Movie Re-Watch

Pulp Fiction(1994)


Quentin Tarantino


Quinten Tarantino


John Travolta

Samuel L. Jackson

Uma Thurman

Bruce Willis

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Tim Roth

Amanda Plummer


The lives of two mob hitmen, a boxer, a gangster and his wife, and a pair of diner bandits intertwine in four tales of violence and redemption.


I have to be in a certain mood to watch a Quinten Tarantino movie and that mood rarely strikes. He loves to see people say the words he’s written and they’re often too much for me. I like a lot of them, but again, I have to be in the right mood. I wasn’t in the mood for Pulp Fiction. I kept putting off watching this and it was only my husband wanting to watch it that got me to sit down. It’s a fine movie, but definitely not one of my favorites.

Vince is a dick and I’m glad he gets what’s coming to him. Jules’s storyline is the one I like the most. Mia and Vince’s whole story is downright boring until the end. I just don’t like Butch’s story, but I couldn’t tell you why.

I think what bothers me the most is there really isn’t a single likable person in the movie and I need that to enjoy a film. I am definitely not a film snob lol. I can appreciate that it’s a well-told story and Tarantino has a clearly identifiable way of directing. This movie was just not for me and that’s okay.

Mission: Impossible Fallout (2018)

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Mission: Impossible Fallout (2018)


Christopher McQuarrie


Tom Cruise

Henry Cavill

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Simon Pegg

Rebecca Ferguson


Ethan Hunt and his IMF team, along with some familiar allies, race against time after a mission gone wrong.


The previous Mission Impossible movie was one of my favorite in the franchise, so needless to say I was fairly excited for this one. Sadly, for me, it did not live up to expectations.

Ethan Hunt, Tom Cruise, and his team must have all taken stupid pills because for most of the movie they kept on failing stupendously. Even when they weren’t and were fulfilling normal MI tropes it all felt contrived. It was a huge let down.

I expect people to be working against him. I expect face masks. I expect good action. Mission Impossible Fallout had all of that, and yet it still failed.

At over two hours the movie was incredibly bloated. It had no business being that long. There was also something with the sound and score that had several scenes go really quiet and it drove me freaking crazy. I HATED whatever was happening on that front.

By the middle point of the movie I had my phone out, surfing the internet.

Tom Cruise did a great job but he needs to retire from these movies. Henry Cavill made me drool in just about every scene he was in that I paid attention to, but he made a piss poor villain. He was too over the top and, again, it just felt too contrived. He was also taken out like a little shit. The helicopter stuff was cool, but just falling down the side of a mountain to your death is not how a good villain is killed.

The Mission Impossible franchise is one of the most consistent franchises out there, which is kind of crazy, but Fallout was an unsatisfying addition to the series.


Lilo & Stitch (2002)


Lilo & Stitch (2002)


Dean DeBlois & Chris Sanders


Daveigh Chase

Chris Sanders

Tia Carrere

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A Hawaiian girl adopts an unusual pet who is actually a notorious extra-terrestrial fugitive from the law.


I watched this once when it came out and didn’t really remember much about it, so when I saw it on Netflix I thought I’d try it out again.

Love how the background is drawn, so freaking pretty. Story made me cry like crazy, of course. I swear I didn’t use to be as emotional when it came to movies but now every Disney movie I watch kills me.

“Oh my god their parents are dead.”

“She’s doing her best.”

“The poor baby doesn’t have any friends!!!!”

It was pathetic, I admit, but whatever.

Amusing story. Lots of Elvis. Man in black child services agent. Good ending.