‘Butlers in Love’ Review: A Sweet But Strange Hallmark Channel Movie

Hallmark Channel’s “Butlers in Love” is a cute, albeit predictable, love story . But the setting of a elevates it to a new level of weird.

Movie Review: Gabriel’s Rapture: Part One

Gabriel’s Rapture: Part One is out on Passionflix now. Fans of the film adaptation based on the popular Gabriel book series by Sylvain Reynard have been anticipating it since the teaser was dropped last November. After watching the film, myself,…

‘Spencer’ Review: A Haunting Artistic Portrayal of a Princess in Crisis

Those looking for a snapshot of Princess Diana’s final months as a member of the British Royal Family will not find it in Spencer.

Movie Review: ‘Really Love’ Is An Exploration Of Black Love

Netflix film Really Love, is a romance film that gives black people the representation we need to see onscreen. Time for review!

‘He’s All That’ Is a Remake for the Instagram Era

Netflix’s ‘He’s All That’ reimagines the 1999 film “She’s All That” for a modern audience shaped by social media.

#WayBackWednesday – ‘Jaws’ (1975)

Don’t go into the water this #WayBackWednesday–check out the penultimate review in our Summer Vacation Series, Jaws (1975) on Fangirlish!

A-Z Movie Reviews: ‘The Boy Next Door’

The Boy Next Door starring Jennifer Lopez and Ryan Guzman is a film about making mistakes and the consequences of those mistakes.

‘Resort To Love’ Movie Review: “Love, Music…and Destiny”

Resort To Love is on Netflix now and we love it! It’s a romantic comedy but we also feel like it’s so much more than that. Time to review!

#WayBackWednesday – Dirty Dancing (1987)

As iconic and ubiquitous as Dirty Dancing is, particularly its soundtrack, I never watched Dirty Dancing until a couple of summers ago. I was petsitting for a friend and took advantage of her big TV and very nice soundbar while…

A-Z Movie Reviews: ‘Takers’

First, let me preface this by saying my reason for buying Takers was strictly because of the handsome man candy. Welcome to A-Z Movie Reviews

#WayBackWednesday – The Fast and the Furious (2001)

I’ll admit it; I have always been a bit reluctant to watch The Fast and the Furious and its seemingly infinite number of sequels. Fast cars, drag racing, shootouts? Not really how I want to spend my summer vacation. I…

#WayBackWednesday – The Shadow (1994)

“Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men? The Shadow knows!” Those are words that thrilled me and filled me with delight as a kid. I’ve always been fascinated by old-time radio, especially mystery thrillers and superhero stories.…

A-Z Movie Reviews: ‘Stay Alive’

Over the years video game play has gotten more immersive. For this installment of A-Z Movie Reviews, we’ll talk about the film Stay Alive.

#WayBackWednesday – My Best Friend’s Wedding (1997)

The first time I watched My Best Friend’s Wedding, I was having a sleepover at my high school best friend’s house. I remember enjoying the movie, but I mostly remember laughing and having a blast with my best friend. Because…

#WayBackWednesday – Clueless (1995)

Clueless was one of the most ubiquitous movies of my middle school days. “As if!” and “Whatever!” echoed through the hallways at school and were shouted on the school bus. A Clueless spin-off series followed in 1996 and ran in…

‘Skater Girl’ Netflix Movie Review: “Hope”

Skater Girl is that kind of story that you can’t watch without smiling through your tears. it‘s female empowerment and hope history.

#WayBackWednesday – The Sandlot (1993)

The Sandlot is Fangirlish staff writer, Julie’s pick for her favorite summer movie. I’m so glad she picked The Sandlot because it’s one of my all-time favorite summer movies as well. Did you grow up watching The Sandlot every summer?…

A-Z Movie Reviews: ‘The Runaways’

Welcome to A-Z Movie Reviews.  Every Sunday, for the next several months, I will be posting a review of a film in my home movie collection.  How it works is, I will be reviewing movies in alphabetical order until I get to the…

‘Blue Miracle’ Movie Review: “Hope Never Dies”

Blue Miracle touches all the fibers to give you hope, to teach you that sometimes impossible things can happen. Hope never dies. We review.

#WayBackWednesday – Star Trek: Insurrection (1998)

I’ve had Star Trek: Insurrection, and frankly, just Star Trek on the brain lately, largely because I’m auditing a Star Trek class this summer at Signum University. I’ve also been thinking much about some of the conversations I’ve seen on…

#WayBackWednesday – Galaxy Quest (1999)

“Never give up! Never surrender!” to a boring life. Check out this week’s #WayBackWednesday–science fiction comedy Galaxy Quest (1999).