So today was a busy day. Lots of stuff at work, and I wanted to just relax a bit after dinner. Netflix had the Winona Ryder Little Women, and I decided to watch that. Big. Mistake. As a mom of two boys, there is no way in hell that one can watch Little Women without constant interruptions, wondering "Who's … Continue reading #56 – Marrying Mr. Darcy
This gem has been sitting in my DVR for over a month, so you can imagine how much I have been looking forward to it. It stars that girl who was in that police procedural with Simon Baker, The Mentalist, but I never bought for one second that she was a hardened California Bureau of Investigation … Continue reading #55 – Love at the Shore
We're not over the royal wedding yet, are we? Because Hallmark has re-run the new Duchess's other movie, and of course, we need to watch When Sparks Fly, with her as Amy Peterson (we've already established that that name sucks - I'm looking at you, Little Women - and still not forgiving my parents for saddling … Continue reading #54 – When Sparks Fly
It's almost June Weddings month on Hallmark Channel. Do you feel the excitement? My DVR sure can - I've got almost a baker's dozen movies lined up, waiting for me, and that's not counting next week's Marrying Mr. Darcy, which - I don't know, am I excited for it? Do I want it to be good … Continue reading #53 – Perfect Match
So, I'm just a little royal wedding-ed out, quite honestly, but not enough not to watch this gem, starring the only actor in Reign that I actually ever rooted for, and some girl. I'm hiding in the basement while the laundry is going, and the rest of the group is off somewhere, not here. So, good times. Here … Continue reading #52 – Royally Ever After
Apparently there are two different Will and Kate movies, and this is the one I could find on TV. Not quite sure how I missed this one back when it was on before the first "Royal Romance" but this does mark the first time I've seen this particular piece of cinema. In the spirit of … Continue reading #51 – William and Kate
A recap of the Lifetime movie, Harry and Meghan: A Royal Romance, with questions about etiquette, and many, many disparaging notes to the writers.