Bringing something to life like Charlie’s Angels isn’t easy. You need the right cast, the right writers, and the right kind of person to nail the look of your vision. That’s where Melanie Hughes-Weaver comes in. We got a chance to speak with Hughes-Weaver, the brilliant makeup designer behind theRead More →

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After five years of restless waiting, Maleficent comes back, gracing the audience with her firm attitude and chilly manner. Robert Stromberg left the steer to Joachim Rønning, who created a beautiful yet intense tale about growing apart and family ties.  Maleficent: Mistress of Evil grasps the tone of its predecessor,Read More →

Look, I wanted the songs too. I wanted the Mulan from my childhood. And yet, when the trailer ends with Mulan woving that she’ll “bring honor to us all,” my eyes filled with tears. Perhaps I also want this. Perhaps, I can still keep the Mulan of “I’ll Make ARead More →

Welcome to another Sunday of talking about the shows & movies that made us laugh, cry, go awww and, of course, look around and wonder what in the world was happening. If it made us feel things, whether they were good, or bad, then this is where we talk about it. ThisRead More →

The world wide phenomenon of Frozen is back with a second installment that is better than the first one. The movie starring Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel takes you on a journey of self discovery while teaching young viewers valuable lessons about life. Every character was given time to shineRead More →

If you’re a fan of Will Smith, chances are he’s made you cry. Here at Fangirlish we love Will Smith, and are not afraid to admit he has given us some major waterworks over the years.  Whether it was on TV or the big screen, we have shed a lotRead More →

We’ve shared how much we enjoyed Terminator: Dark Fate on a few different levels but there is definitely more to unpack. We’re going to tell you what we loved about this movie but, beware, there will be spoilers! Sarah and Carl’s Complicated Relationship The biggest spoiler in the early partRead More →

With A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood coming out this week, I have been thinking a lot about Mister Rogers. I know that as a grown adult that kind of sounds ridiculous. Why? Because it was so long ago. But one thing I have learned getting older, is that theRead More →