What I Watched in February 2021

New to Me Movies

While You Were Sleeping. Eh.

Cheaper by the Dozen 1 and 2. Eh . . . except Tom Welling is so handsome (and I can say that, he was in his twenties), maybe I should watch Smallville . . .

Ramona and Beezus. Super cute, and I teared up. This is one of those movies that really gets kids, sees through their eyes and emotions rather than showing them as one dimensional little brats (although, honestly some of them are). Such a cute family story.

Rewatch

Miracle. 3rd watch, SUCH a good movie. The real story is fascinating (Mom and Dad remember this), the acting, the cinematographic, the dialogue, the emotions, the sport details. Oh, and lots of handsome guys. Let’s be real that is a huge reason I joined in the first time, and then got the real treat of the entire movie.

The Magic of Ordinary Days. Hallmark Hall of Fame (don’t confuse this with the fluff that is on nowadays). SO sweet, so interesting, touches on so many different details of the time period so compassionately. And her outfits, can I have them all?!!!

TV

WandaVision. I went into this blind which I highly recommend. I was a bit bewildered at the beginning, then fascinated, I loved the time period changes. Then with Agatha we took a turn into Wicked and then I guess the Blair Witch project. Okay, and I don’t like Wanda being in the wrong, but she wasn’t initially. I just wished that could be handled beter.

6 comments

    1. I really enjoyed the middle sections, didn’t care for much of the end until the very end. But now I’m conflicted, is she supposed to turn villain? I kept hoping that there was another explanation, I don’t think she realized at first what she was doing.

  1. I’ve been meaning to watch Cheaper By The Dozen at some point. I heard an audiobook of the book it was based on years ago but I never saw the movie.

    You watched WandaVision! I loved the different time periods too

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