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  1. OK - thanks! I might have to check that out. I remember liking him when he appeared on The Chase 😊
  2. YES!! I loved no-nonsense Jane! She kicked ass! Too bad she didn't take her help guy's answer for the time zone question - it would've been interesting to see if she could've made it to the million $ question. I recognized her help guy (sorry, I forgot his name) from The Chase (loved that show)! I can't remember how he did on it, but his face and personality were memorable enough for me to recognize him from it. (On a tangential note, I also remember James Holzhauer from when he appeared on The Chase and being very impressed by him 🙂 )
  3. I'm really enjoying this season too! I wasn't sure what to expect with Nick Jonas since I've never really paid much attention to the Jonas Brothers, but like someone posted earlier, he's an unexpected delight! The taking notes thing is cute, and I like how quickly he's taken to mixing it up with the other coaches and having fun. He also seems like he's genuinely being sweet, like when he gave a drawing to the sketch artist girl and when he hugged the NickJLover email girl. So far he's a great addition to the show! I also think I'm enjoying this season more than I have in a while because it feels like we're getting a more musically diverse group of singers and styles this time. (And I have to admit I'm not a country fan, so I'm glad we haven't been inundated with a bunch of country singers.....yet). I hope this trend continues, and maybe, just maybe, I'll make it to the end of the season which I haven't done for at least the last 3 seasons!
  4. I *loved* it when Lim told Morgan to "shut up" during the surgery! I know this show is not all about the surgeries, but that's something that's been bugging me more and more about this show lately - how these doctors keep yacking about their personal lives in the middle of procedures - if I were a patient under the knife I'd want to know that my doctors are concentrating on my procedure, not their love lives! I also liked the revelation that it was Morgan, not Park, who filed the complaint and how Lim called out Morgan on her preemptive strike - no one's pulling the wool over Lim's eyes! And I agreed with the people who posted last week that Park would be above filing a complaint like that, so I was surprised when he admitted to it earlier in the episode and glad when we found out it was really Morgan.
  5. Really enjoyed the French Pioneer Sword episode! Nice to see the chef knives complete all of the testing intact, especially after the cringe-worthy Pira episode that preceded it. And the two rooster swords both did beautifully in the final testing too. Cade was really impressive and only 18 years old! Cock-a-doodle-doo!
  6. And his little hand turns just slayed me, heehee! (Sidenote: He has really nice looking skin! I wish my hands looked that good, heh!) I don't know which made me laugh harder, "Tinga Nadies" or "Aneese Nameena!" I just love Buckwheat and Eddie Murphy looked like he had a blast bringing him and his other old characters back!
  7. I saw it twice in the theater (and I might have seen it a 3rd time if I didn't get strep throat! 🤒), and I loved it just as much the 2nd time! I try not to buy many DVDs these days (don't have the space for them!), but this is one I definitely want to get! I hope there are a lot of fun extras on it!
  8. I agree with everything you said. As soon as the movie was over, I wanted to see it again! Loved the music choices too, particularly the opening and closing song choices. And like you said, all of the characters were perfectly cast. Roman Griffin Davis who played Jojo was amazing - so much expression in his face and body language without pushing it. It's so hard to believe that was his first professional acting gig! I can understand how this movie won't be for everyone given the sensitive subject matter, but I thought Waititi did a great job of finding the right balance between comedy & tragedy and fantasy & reality. One of my favorites movies of the year!
  9. Yay! This is great news - I can't wait to see the new episodes! Anyone know when they'll start airing?
  10. I actually like some of Hester's kooky designs and I'm interested to see her final runway collection, but yeah, I wish she had at least acknowledged that Christian gave her a (strong) nudge in the right direction to create her red outfit.
  11. That was probably the most gracious exit I've seen on Project Runway. *sniffle* what a sweetheart! I hope his future is bright. I love how the final four were so supportive of each other and really seemed to have respect and affection for each other!
  12. Agree! I just really didn't care much about the new human characters in this one, and I love Vera Farmiga too, but even she couldn't make me really care about her character and her mission. I also found some of the human drama to be a little too drawn out and overly dramatic, especially when they resorted to slo-mo, ugh. Yes, this bugged me so much! Every monster fight scene was in a torrential downpour bathed in that dim blue lighting that made it hard for me to really see the monsters! And it also annoyed me that they had a lot of close up shots and quick cuts during the fight scenes just like a lot of movies do with human fight scenes when they want to disguise poor execution. I just wanted to clearly see the monsters in action. Heehee, this made me laugh - I had forgotten about his near-death scene in the first movie! Speaking of death (or fake out death) scenes, I thought the scene with Rodan when he was fighting Mothra was just cringe-worthy. I'm talking about when Mothra impales Rodan and Rodan freezes for a second before falling back like a human actor doing a big death scene in acting class 101. I think the filmmakers must have been going for laughs with that, but it was just too cheesy for me! I did get a chuckle out of the headlines shown during the end credits :). As someone who really liked the 2014 Godzilla movie, I had high hopes and expectations for this one and I was just kind of disappointed because I thought this movie, as a whole, could've been so much better. That said, I did think there were a couple of memorable fight scenes and the monsters, when I could see them in full, really looked great. I especially thought the fight scene near the end when Godzilla was radiating heat and fire was really spectacular. And I will continue to look forward to new Godzilla movies - I really hope they come up with a more compelling story and characters in "Godzilla vs. Kong."
  13. Mega-dittos! Mega-mega dittos! 🙂 As a long time PR viewer, Christian has always been one of my all-time favorites and most memorable contestants. I love the way he has created a successful career for himself and seeing him doing such a great job as mentor on PR makes me happy! I would love to visit his boutique in NY someday... I'm really enjoying PR's return to Bravo!
  14. I liked the 2014 Godzilla movie a lot, so I'm really looking forward to this one and I can't wait to see the other Titans! I went to WonderCon in Anaheim, CA over the weekend and they had a Warner Bros. preview panel - one of the movies they featured was "Godzilla: King of the Monsters" with director/writer Michael Dougherty and producer Zach Shields. They showed an extended trailer for the movie and the scenes featuring Godzilla and King Ghidorah looked spectacular! During the audience Q&A portion of the panel someone asked Dougherty if Godzilla is a "good" guy or a "bad" guy. I liked Dougherty's answer - he said that people really shouldn't think of Godzilla in those terms. He said that "Godzilla is a force of Nature" and that the real question is, "are we [humans] good or bad?" and that the answer to that question determines how Godzilla reacts to us. Earlier in the day there was another Godzilla panel for "Godzilla: Aftershock" that's supposed to be a graphic novel tie-in prequel to "Godzilla: King of the Monsters." The graphics in it looked beautiful. I've never really been a comic/graphic novel reader, but I may have to pick up a copy of this one when it comes out next month!
  15. Nice red carpet photo! Those kids have some red carpet style - I like it! This picture from that same article is adorable too: I went to WonderCon in Anaheim, CA over the weekend and they had a "Shazam" preview panel. Zachary Levi, Mark Strong, Asher Angel, and Jack Dylan Grazer were all in attendance. It was a really fun energetic panel that had the audience laughing several times. I with I could bottle Zachary Levi's enthusiasm and sense of fun - I hope he never grows up! Attending the panel made me want to run out and see the movie again. I do plan to see it again when it opens this weekend!
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