Cruella Movie Review from @kleffnotes

When I saw trailers for Cruella I was definitely curious about this new Disney Villain origin movie. This curiosity increased so much more when people on my Instagram began saying how much they loved this movie. Even though we had just gone to see A Quiet Place Part II, Krista surprised me with another movie day the very next day. On Saturday we went back to the theater and bought our tickets early, we wanted to ensure better seats. Beyond that we also signed up for Regal Unlimited so we now had a reason to go to the movies so much more.

Continue reading “Cruella Movie Review from @kleffnotes”

A Quiet Place Part II Movie Review from @kleffnotes

New York State is slowly opening up and this means that the movie theater near our house has officially opened back up. We had been so excited when we moved about being so close to a theater, but we had no idea if it would be opening back up. To our surprise it did and we decided we needed to go. Krista is a huge fan of John Krasinski and while she typically isn’t a fan of horror movies she really wanted to see A Quiet Place Part II. After work on Friday we headed to the theater and let me tell you it was an experience.

Continue reading “A Quiet Place Part II Movie Review from @kleffnotes”

Julia Scotti: Funny That Way Review from @kleffnotes

Julia Scotti: Funny That Way is a documentary that has been officially selected for the Documentary Competition at the Geena Davis’ Bentonville Film Festival and is also an official selection at Austin’s AGLIFF 2020(All Genders, Lifestyles, and Identities Film Festival). This is the first documentary film by filmmaker Susan Sandler, who was 72 at the time she directed this feature. The focus is on Julia Scotti, who we learn performed decades ago under a different name, Rick Scotti. Continue reading “Julia Scotti: Funny That Way Review from @kleffnotes”

Dollhouse Movie Review from @kleffnotes

Dollhouse: The Eradication of Female Subjectivity From American Popular Culture releases in the U.S. this August after already having been launched for international sales after the 2020 online Cannes Festival. While the idea of stylized puppets may not lead you to think this is a piece that will be educational, it uses the humorous presentation to present viewers with the truth of fame and society’s views of women. Rock Salt recently acquired the rights and they very excited to be connected to this project. Continue reading “Dollhouse Movie Review from @kleffnotes”