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Shorty186

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  1. I really liked the first one. Anything set in the early 90s always makes me nostalgic. So I was prepared to like the second one less because I thought it'd be too much of a Friday the 13th ripoff *and* because the trailers flat out told us Ziggy died. So I was surprised that I enjoyed it even more than 1994. I figured out Tommy was the Killer right away (although I'm pretty sure the first movie showed us his name on the rock), so I was real embarrassed I didn't figure out the sister twist till they were dying and it seemed real unlikely that Cindy would survive her multiple ax stabbings.
  2. I was disappointed she didn't have 1 of the 2 guys she's been seeing as her date. I was really worried something was going to happen to Wesley, especially since Lopez saw him before the ceremony and I also think Shawn Ashmore didn't really get much to do despite becoming a series regular this season. Then they mentioned Jackson was missing, and finally of course it was Lopez herself. I don't think La Fiera wants to kill her though. She wants to gut punch her back. So maybe she'll steal her baby ...
  3. I thought it was strange Jenny didn't mention the meth thing to Blake. "Your brother tried to kill me last night ... after I caught him cooking meth." I wanted to see if Blake already knew. And who was that weird girl sitting upside down? It wasn't the sister.
  4. What's cool is that's a shoutout to one of the original Nancy Drew books by Carolyn Keene called "The Secret of Redgate Farm." I never read it but I read the Nancy Drew Writer's Room twitter. It's nice to know they're aware of cannon. This ep did my shipper heart good. I was worried I was going to have to read into little glances and subtle shoulder bumps and instead we got hugs, angst and Nancy sacrifing her integrity for Ace. Next week's promo looks weird though. Like marketing didn't know how to set up the plot. But this has been a strong season so far so I'm not too worried.
  5. Well Nancy had an interesting pondering when she asked if the lust butterflies were, "intensifying feelings of attraction that I already had - but was repressing," while she nonchalantly looked at Ace. But Ace basically looking disgusted/petrified of her was a real bummer. And if anything, I feel like this ep set her and Tamura up. Like she basically went to Gil at the end to avoid acting on her feelings for Tamura. So maybe this Ace-Nancy thing is going to be a super slow/years long burn. 😕
  6. Can they just put Nancy and Ace together already? Either that or keep the actors in separate rooms because their chemistry is getting distracting.
  7. Wow, so first Hallmark used a crappy cover of Weezer's "Beverly Hills" for Beverly Hills Wedding and now they got the rights to TLC's "Waterfalls" for the new movie Chasing Waterfalls? Maybe they've decided to make movies based off the song rights they can get. There's also a new movie called Don't Go Breaking My Heart but the commercial surprisingly didn't use the Elton John song. Probably too expensive.
  8. The 12 Gifts of Christmas? I DVR'd My Christmas Love last week and watched it the other day, and although I've seen it a few times before, I realized it's probably one of my fave Hallmark Christmas movies. Especially compared to what they had on this year. It's very trope-y with the dead parent and the lead failing to realize "the one" has been right in front of her all along, but it seems to subvert those tropes somehow. And the cast is mostly really good, especially Megan Park and Gregory Harrison in supporting roles. Meredith Hagner initially grates with her voice, but you get use
  9. Wow, I really liked The Christmas House, so now I'm seriously questioning my taste. Although I would probably watch Robert Buckley watch paint dry. The only thing that seriously bugged was the apparent off-screen conversation between the parents about getting back together. I heard Jonathan Bennett on Home & Family last week and he said something like 'I have a feeling this family is going to be with Hallmark for a while' or something similar, but maybe that's just his wishful thinking for continued employment.
  10. I haven't seen the movie, so not sure what the character's storyline is but are you sure the character was written as having CMT and not that they auditioned the actor with CMT and liked them so much they decided to tailor the character to them? That would obviously also show their willingness for diversity. I just have a hard time believing a writer would decide to give a character a physically noticeable disease unless they had a personal connection to it. And I don't know, maybe they do. Different random question, has anyone seen if Trading Christmas has aired yet or will be airing soo
  11. Just watched "The Christmas Secret." I rewatch this one a lot. I don't know why Hallmark can't make more movies like this. Is it cheesy? Of course, but it's heartfelt cheesy and not formulaic with all the twists even though you know what almost all of them are from the beginning. The actors are all really good too. My only complaint would be the total lack of diversity.
  12. Regarding Rey Rivera and how where he landed could somehow make sense, my question is, why would someone who wants to kill themself do that? Wouldn't you just step off the building? To me, you wouldn't take a running start unless you were trying to jump over or onto something. It's not like I research suicides, but I would think it's about doing something physically "easy." And also something that would cause a quick death. Which is why I don't think Joanne was a suicide either. It seems like she would have injured herself a lot before even getting to the icy waters. Also, given how much
  13. His casting on PLL was almost 10 years ago, but Casting offices now are very strict when casting Native American roles. I used to work for an agent and one of her clients was up for a Native American role and when they seriously wanted to book her, they wanted to know her tribe and percentage of blood and my boss got super mad because it's apparently very offensive and intrusive to ask that (re: percentage of blood) but casting basically said they needed to have concrete proof. I think it's very odd that Tyler didn't know his own ancestry. And neither did his dad, that they needed to go
  14. How weird. If you look up Drew's property, it shows that it sold at the end of September for $6.7M. Apparently it has a double lot so I guess they subtracted $900K as the cost of the second lot?
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