Movie Review

Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile: A Feeling of Uneasiness

It’s taken me a couple of days to write my review for the Netflix movie and in a way, I’m happy I waited. Yesterday, I decided to take a look through the #ExtremelyWicked tag on Twitter and it was what…

‘Avengers: Endgame’ Review: A Fitting End?

It’s hard to articulate the good and the parts of Avengers: Endgame without going into spoiler territory, but for all of you, I will try my very best. I apologize if my very best is a rambly mess of feelings,…

‘Stop and Fangirl’ Episode 77: Captain Marvel Review (With Spoilers)

Here at Fangirlish we continue to support your right to fangirl over any fandom you desire – whether that is a book, a TV show, a movie, or even sports. That’s why we have Stop and Fangirl! So you can feel…

‘Christmas With A View’ Is Boring As F*ck

I am not a person that is filled with a ton of hope. I would like to be, sure. But I think that hope is a luxury that we can’t afford all the time. But it’s that disbelief in things…

5 Spoiler Free Reasons You Should Watch 2018’s ‘Halloween’

Ryan Green/Universal Halloween 2018 is here to cleanse your palate of the nine sequels and remakes of the original John Carpenter Halloween from 1978. And oh, what a fantastic cleansing it is! Laurie Strode, played by Jamie Lee Curtis, is…

‘A Star is Born’ is Glorious and Shines Bright

When the sun goes down, and the band won’t play, I’ll always remember us this way….. Don’t sleep on the latest remake of A Star is Born. It’s top shelf tequila and will leave you delirious and hung over in…

‘Ant-Man and The Wasp’ Review: It’s All Fun And Games Until Someone Loses Their Suit

If there was one thing we could count on for Peyton Reed’s Ant-Man to do, it was to make us laugh. The first movie with the titular superhero proved that it was far more comedy-driven than many of the other…

‘Pacific Rim Uprising’: Journey Into The Thirst Trap. Your Hormones Will Thank You.

I am the type of person that doesn’t give a shit about what critics say, because why worry about what some old dude in an office somewhere has to say about anything? I am a grown woman, and I think…

Movie Review: ‘Adrift’ Brings Us The Summer’s Most Badass Female Protagonist

Adrift brings us the most badass female protagonist of this summer movie season. She’s not a warrior. She doesn’t wear a super suit. She doesn’t have mutant powers. She simply survives. Her antagonist is not an alien, not an evil…

‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Spoilery Review: Thanos Will Return

When Marvel released The Avengers roughly ten years ago, it seemed like the event of a lifetime. It was. Our favorite superheroes together, uniting despite their differences and their possible initial dislike of each other, to “fight the battles that…

Caution: We’re About To Get Gushy As F*ck Over ‘Love, Simon’

Last year, I received an email from Fox, asking if we wanted to visit the Love, Simon set. I was so excited – two days in Atlanta. One day on the set of The Darkest Minds, one day on the…

Movie Review: ‘Fifty Shades Freed’

When I first read Fifty Shades, it was called Master of the Universe and it was Twilight fan fiction. And it was one of the most captivating things that I have ever read. I know what people say about it,…

Movie Review: “Murder on the Orient Express”

Full disclosure, I saw Murder on the Orient Express prior to it’s release and was supposed to have this review up prior to the release. But, honestly, I had trouble with it. A lot of trouble with it. Words couldn’t…

‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’ Review: It’s A Lot Of Fun

Movies, movies, movies. We’ve been seeing a lot of them lately and we’re appreciative of the fact that we get to see a lot of them early. So when we were invited to an early screening of Kingsman: The Golden…

Five Reasons We Enjoyed ‘Rebel in the Rye’

I love a good book and for me – JD Salinger has always been an author that I admire and love. He’s also been someone that I admire. So the excitement for Rebel in the Rye was real. This biopic…

‘Home Again’ Review: We Laughed, We Cried, We Embraced Our Future Inner Cougar

I’ve loved Reese Witherspoon movies forever – from Cruel Intentions to Legally Blonde to Sweet Home Alabama to Walk the Line and so many more, I have never missed one of her movies. She’s always been an actress that is…

Movie Review: ‘Dunkirk’ Is More Than We Ever Could Have Hoped For

We’ve all heard stories of the war. Whether it be the beaches of Normandy, the tales of heroism, or the stories from our grandparents about how life changed as the world fought against those which sought to destroy it, no…

4 Things That Stood Out In The Zookeeper’s Wife

World War II. No one can deny that was one of the greats atrocities of our time. It’s part of the reason that I love learning about history – so I can do my part to make sure that none…

Jackie Is A Glimpse Into History You Can’t Miss Seeing

History’s harsh. If there is one thing we have learned over time, it’s that. There is no way of controlling peoples thoughts, perceptions, and interpretations of history. That’s the beauty and the pain of it. For me, I love to…

Shailene Woodley Is “Not Going to be on the Television Show”

There are times where we would like to say that we are shocked over something, but we don’t want to lie to you. We want to be honest. So we won’t tell you that we are shocked that Shailene Woodley…

Movie Review: Why Him? More Like “Why Did We Watch That?”

You know when you go to a movie and you really want to like the movie, but you end up wondering how the hell you can get the hours of your life back that you just wasted? Yes – that’s…