‘The Rise of Skywalker’ Review: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

I have so many mixed feelings about this movie. I’ve taken some time to digest it, I’ve discussed my thoughts with several people, and yet …I’m still struggling with how to put into words how I feel. Did I love…

‘The Irishman’ Is The Perfect Swan Song To The Mafia Movie Genre

The Irishman has been on our radar for the past four years (from the moment it was added to Al Pacino’s IMDB profile) and Netflix has fully delivered on all of our expectations. We have so many things we want…

‘Knives Out’ Spoiler-Free Review: A Comedy that Cuts Deep

When I first saw the trailer for Knives Out, I was hooked by several things. First, it’s an original film in an age of reboots, sequels, and adaptations. Quite a novel concept these days! Second, what a cast! I loved…

‘Terminator: Dark Fate’ Puts The Franchise Back On Track

Terminator: Dark Fate is the true sequel to Terminator 2: Judgement Day. The Terminator franchise has launched three films prior to Dark Fate that all failed for one reason or another: Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, Terminator: Salvation, and…

A Tale of Two Suspirias

The writing staff at Fangirlish can get into some deep discussions when it comes to film and television. Jasmine and Ashley started talking about their love and hate for Dario Argento’s 1977 Suspiria and its 2018 Luca Guadagnino reboot a…

‘John Wick: Parabellum’ Review: The Keanu Reeves We Deserve in Our Lives

If there’s one thing that we all need in our lives it’s more John Wick and Keanu Reeves. The latest installment of the action packed Wick movies, titled John Wick: Parabellum, delivers on all the fronts it covered in it’s…

Movie Review: ‘Tolkien’

I was fortunate enough to catch a late night screening of Tolkien this past Thursday, technically a day earlier than its release. I’d not done much research on the film prior to entering the theater, aside from seeing the trailers.…

‘Detective Pikachu’ Review: I’d Die for You, Pikachu

I don’t think it’s an exaggeration to say I’d die for Pikachu. After watching Detective Pikachu I felt like Rosa Diaz from Brooklyn Nine-Nine when she got to spend a day with her new dog Arlo. She recognized the significance…

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…

'Wonder Woman' Review: A Kickass Movie With An Inspiring Message

Warning: Spoilers from Wonder Woman within this review. There are superhero movies about superheroes. Then there are superhero movies that are so much more. Wonder Woman was the first film in the DC Extended Universe that was able to encapsulate…

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…

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…

Rogue One Review: A New (New) Beginning

How does it feel, someone was asking their companion as I left the movie theater, to know that the entire galaxy was saved because of a woman? I didn’t hear the answer, but I have mine – pretty damn good.…

Movie Review: Who Gets The Dog?

I have to admit that I have never understood animal people. Simply put, because I am not one. Romance – yes, I am all about it. So the whole breaking up with someone – yes, I get it. Divorcing? That…