I'm in the go-between time of the Golden Globes and the Oscars
where I'm realizing all the movies and tv shows I never bothered to watch are up for awards. I've decided to watch one movie/show per day (that might be too much, right?) and review each one. There are two reasons I'm doing this.
The first reason is there are so many important things to watch. Shows with a great message, maybe some lessons on how to improve how we live our lives. Or many just how we view the world outside our own little bubble. So few of us actually live outside of a bubble, but I don't think we really take the time to reflect on it. Reflection brings guilt. Guilt for things we just can't change........and guilt for things we could change but are just too uninclined to be bothered with.
The second reason is that there will likely be more Google searches going on over the next month or two and maybe one or two new readers would come across this page and feel that what I say might not be important, but at least it'll (hopefully) be entertaining.
Here's my list. I took a peek at the Golden Globes
website for these picks. My goal is to watch everything that was nominated including those shows/movies that weren't nominated but had a participant (actor, writer, production, etc) nominated for working on that project. (HOLY SHIT THIS LIST IS LONG!!!!)
Movies & TV Shows
*Mary Poppins Returns (seen it - review coming soon)
*Crazy, Rich Asians (seen it - review coming soon)
If Beale Street Could Talk
A Star is Born
A Private War
Can You Forgive Me?
At Eternity's Gate
The Old Man and The Gun
Stan & Ollie
Spiderman: Into The Spider-Verse
Incredibles 2 (might be a good time to watch the first one, huh?)
Isle of Dogs
Ralph Breaks the Internet (here we have the one entry I don't want to watch since I hated the first one)
Never Look Away
A Quiet Place (my husband talks of this movie often)
*Dumplin (FUCKING LOVED IT!!!!!)
The Kominsky Method
The Good Place
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace
Escape at Dannemora
A Very English Scandal
*The Handmaids Tale
Will & Grace (nope, not happening. I just never liked the show......ok, I'll try)
Who Is America?
Ok, a few of these I have actually seen. Not many though. I'll add an * in front of the ones I've seen. I just need to do a review of them. This might not go well.....I tend to dislike a lot of stuff. Cross your fingers. All total, this will take me over 100 hours to do this. LOL - we'll see how it goes. I've got the Women's March of NJ coming up in 11 days.........I'll just do the best I can and keep plugging away at it. Up first? Green Book.