Awhile back, I read Crazy Rich Asians in anticipation of the movie coming out. I wanted to know if it was something that I may be interested in. I definitely was, as you can tell if you read my review. Two of my bookish friends were also working on reading it (one already had, the other had heard only positives), so we decided to go see it together. It was neat to experience the movie after the book (which is always a nail biting situation). We finally saw it this past weekend!
I was hearing tons of hype about this book for awhile before I started it, and I’m so grateful for that. I think everyone needs to read this; it belongs with The Pearl and Animal Farm as required reading. People need to read this book.
This past weekend we had two Asian focused films come out. Crazy Rich Asians (which I have yet to see), and To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before. Luckily, the latter was a Netflix movie, so I watched it Saturday morning.
I know that Teen Titans GO! is a pretty divisive subject, but I’m someone who loves it. I have no beef with the cartoon from when I was younger, but this dumb, fun show is directly up my alley. So when they came to the big screen this summer, you can bet your butt I got tickets!
I did not expect to enjoy this. I picked it up because I saw tons of bookstagrammers with it, and knew there was a Netflix movie coming out, and I wanted to compare the two. But about 100 pages into the book I realized that I had underestimated it, and I needed to finish it.
I know Hotel Transylvania movies re for kids. I know I’m 25 years old and still living for animated movies. And I know everyone is watching Infinity War. But I loved Hotel Transylvania 3.
It’s been a long time coming, Fangirls. We’ve waited years for more Incredibles; I’ve been waiting since 2004 to see what’s going on with the Underminer, and how the Parrs deal with juggling super-life and the normal stuff. So to beat the heat last weekend, we went to the movies and fell in love with the Parrs all over again.