I, Tonya (2017) : WWWIA

Tonya Harding and Nancy Kerrigan, a duo that I’ve known my entire life, but never really understood why. Growing up, if there were two people who were really competitive someone would say “Be careful! She might pull a Tonya!” I knew them as rivals, I knew that Tonya Harding was a super competitive person who […]

Lady Bird (2017) : WWWIA

Lady Bird was a movie that I had heard nothing about. I saw a trailer on Facebook and immediately sent it to my mom. Indie-esque movies about being a misunderstood teen with parents who just ‘don’t get it’ are my mom’s jam. We went and saw it the next weekend… Surprisingly, like super surprisingly, my […]

Baby Driver : WWWIA

Would we watch it again? Would we watch Baby Driver again? Yeah, actually we’ve now seen it in theaters three times and I definitely recommend you go see it if you still have the chance to see it on the big screen! First, there are no overrated actors in the movie. I don’t think that […]

Beauty and the Beast (2017) : WWWIA

Beauty and the Beast. Live action. The second I saw that this was actually going to happen I was so excited. As a child, Cinderella was my favorite. Growing up I realized that Cinderella wasn’t realistic for me because I would have to have blonde hair… And while The Little Mermaid was my favorite story, […]

A Cure for Wellness : WWWIA

Photo : 20th Century Fox Two weekends ago we went to the theater and saw Fifty Shades Darker (I will not be writing a “Would we watch it again?” on FSD because that movie was sh*t). Outside the theater I saw the poster for A Cure for Wellness and vaguely remembered seeing the trailer and […]

A Dog’s Purpose : WWWIA

A Dog’s Purpose is a movie based on a book by W. Bruce Cameron. Neither of us have read the book but a few weeks ago we were provided the opportunity to get passes to a free screening. We watched the trailer and fell in love. The concept is that the dog reincarnates multiple times, […]

Why Him? : WWWIA

Why Him? is a movie starring James Franco and Bryan Cranston. The movie was advertised as a comedy that follows Ned (Cranston) as he meets his daughter’s boyfriend, Laird (Franco), for the first time! We saw this movie on Christmas day with my parents and sister. While I can see this movie causing problems in […]