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Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie
15 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

I'm gonna say it: AbFab is my all-time favourite comedy series. I can re-watch it all day, any day. These 2 have finally been given the gloss, glitz & glamour of the silver screen that frankly they bloody well deserve. Sure many might say; the magic's gone; it's far too late; or it's just recycled laughs from the show but Hollywood is bringing everything & anything it possibly can back so why not something actually worthy of it?! Since 1992 Eddy & Pasty have been destroying the taboo of women behaving badly & were the first to not only do it, but do it shamelessly & damn brilliantly. There's nothing else like it. These 2 will go down in television history & forever be icons to women, gay men & just overall comedy in general. Thanks for all the good times Pats & Eds.

The Equalizer
The Equalizer (2014)
15 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Your typical macho 'I'm-invincible-&-more-intelligent-than-anyone-else' movie. A bit ridiculous at times but these movies are a pretty fun guilty pleasure I will admit. Not the best criminal-underground revenge fuelled film but worth a boring night on the couch.

About Last Night
15 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Predictable & typical but in no way boring. Kevin Hart & Regina Hall saved this movie from being a total snooze-fest. Actually they were pretty hilarious & I had some pretty good laughs. It's been bashed for being too crude & sexual for a "romcom", but its 2016 people. Trust me this was nothing, if anything just made it more fun & relatable to people in the real world.

All the Boys Love Mandy Lane
15 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

It gets points for the twist at the end. That totally threw me, but as a whole it was kinda lame. Maybe this is proof I'm just getting too old & these young-teen flicks. Like, what was even the point?

The Shallows
The Shallows (2016)
15 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Can people stop relating/comparing every shark movie to JAWS?! It was 41 years ago, people let it go! That being said, this is probably the most entertaining shark movie I've seen since. From the moment Blake jumps into the water I was on edge & didn't unclench my fits till that damn thing was dead. I thought it was effective, scary & pretty darn clever - especially for such a tired/simple story we've seen over & over. At least this movies' shark didn't look laughable. Also, Blake Lively was perfect for this, kudos!