I'm up super early to get this one in, as Saturday is generally a busy day for us in the Just So You Don't Have To house. I have been psyched to see this one since I found out about it, and without further ado, I present my first Netflix film for the season - The … Continue reading #76 – The Princess Switch
Christmas at the Palace. Two of my favorite words in one title? Yes, please! In all fairness, I was going to watch this live Thanksgiving night, but after a day of cooking and dish-washing, I just fell asleep during some other show, so I'm glad my DVR still has some room on it so I … Continue reading #75 – Christmas at the Palace
So, if you haven't noticed already, this is not a Hallmark movie. I hope you forgive me, but I have been overworked and over-stressed all week, and I just wanted something where I didn't have to think about anything, where I could just watch and be entertained while eating my (very small) portion of ice … Continue reading #73 – The Lady and the Highwayman
I couldn't bring this movie up without watching it. (See here.) I haven't seen The Prince and Me 2 or 3, but I'm assuming I can figure this one out. I did watch the original one with Julia Stiles and her very severe haircut. I wasn't a huge fan of it. But 4th sequels are always better, right? … Continue reading #58 – The Prince and Me 4 – The Elephant Adventure
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.