I Care A Lot is coming to Netflix

Scammers gonna scam especially in heels and sunglasses! Bad girls bad girls! Netflix is having a full slate of new films for 2021 and it includes I Care A Lot written and directed by J Blakeson after seeing the trailer at TIFF 2020. I wasn’t able to see a screening but added to my ‘must see’ list once it’s released. […]

Wonder Woman 1984 review – Cherry at the Movies

We need a hero with an invisible jet, lasso and cute boots this year! Wonder Woman 1984 is good rah-rah FUN that harkens back to the goofy superhero movies of yesteryear!!! Gal Gadot is filling the boots saving the world in Patty Jenkin’s sequel that is the right mix of action, girl power and making the choice to do the right thing […]


You had me at that tall drink of water Uli Latukefu! I saw the trailer for Kiel McNaughton’s debut film The Legend of Baron To’A and was delighted by the humor, fight scenes, and the heart of the film. To put it lightly I fell in love at first glance since it spoke to me as a woman drawn to […]

WONDER WOMAN 1984 is HBO Max & Theatre bound this December

Warner Bros. Pictures’ WONDER WOMAN 1984 jumps into theatre AND HBO Max in U.S. on Christmas Day. Ho ho ho to all of us!!! It’s a new world and HBO Max is thinking ahead with leveraging tent pole films and exclusive TV/Film that will be streaming exclusively on the new platform. Like so many of us in the USA and […]

Batman: Soul of the Dragon is my kind of movie!

Batman: Soul Of The Dragon is helmed by Bruce Timm and he is taking us back to the 1970s for a supernatural martial arts battle royale! Batman: Soul Of The Dragon is the new WB DC Universe Elseworlds action film with Bruce Wayne training under a master sensi in the 1970s.  He forms lifelong bonds with the other elite students in the martial arts […]

The Christmas Chronicles 2 – Cherry at the Movies Review

Teen elf rebellion takes a dark turn but will the Claus’ save the day with a little help from friends? It’s been two years and the Claus’s have been busy with the elves making sure Christmas is magical every year! But like many sometimes they feel a little twinge about what might have been. Chris Columbus (Home Alone, Harry Potter) […]

‘Jingle Jangle’ Review: Toys are dancing through my head

It’s the Netflix holiday movie with a lot of soul, lovely songs, and a cast that so many can see themselves.  ‘Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey’ is a delightful addition to the Netflix holiday offering that will be a classic for many a household. It’s a family-friendly film that will engage young, old, and kids at hearts with a cast that […]


We can’t quit Ip Man! Magnet will release IP MAN: KUNG FU MASTER in theaters and VOD on December 11th, 2020 IP MAN: KUNG FU MASTER embodies the word “confrontation.” The protagonist Ip Man struggles with himself and fights against evil forces, creating a person who stands up in times of national crisis, does not fear sacrifice, does what is right, and safeguards national […]

Summer isn’t over Miss Juneteenth is home

Nicole Beharie and Channing Godfrey Peoples should get all the awards Channing Godfrey Peoples’ MISS JUNETEENTH starring Nicole Beharie premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, won the Lone Star Award at SXSW, released by Vertical Entertainment to theatres this past June and was nominated for 2 Gotham Awards. It’s hard to believe people were able to enjoy this gem in the theatres with an […]


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