Anne, Movie Review

Did This Crush Anyone Else’s Heart Besides Mine?!

You’ve gotta be kidding me! He finally proposes and then he leaves for a dangerous assignment, probably never to return? If he gets himself killed, I’ll never forgive Hallmark!

~Heartie 4 Ever 😍💖

Brooke, Movie Review

Movie Review: Marvel

Agent Carter

This is a TV show that comes after the first Captain America movie. I really enjoyed the two seasons that were aired, and they give a glimpse into Peggy Carter’s life after the supposed “death” of Steve Rogers.

There is a bit more violence in this show, but it is always easy to tell when it is coming if you don’t appreciate violence, and there is a hint of romance, but nothing too excessive.


As always, I would review this yourself before watching, because everyone has a difference of opinion.


Brooke, Movie Review

Movie Review: Marvel

Captain America

The First Avenger

I am a fan of Marvel movies. Not the freak out and drool type of fan, but I just really enjoy these movies, so I will be posting a series of Movie Reviews on the Marvel movies that I have seen (there are a few that I am not allowed to watch).

Today we start with Captain America, The First Avenger. Captain America is one of the best Avengers on the team (I have a few other favorites, but you will have to wait for that). He is a godly man who sticks up for his morals.

At the beginning of this movie, an organization called Hydra is introduced. They are the evil people throughout each movie.

Steve Rogers (a.k.a. Captain America) is a wimpy kid during World War II, and all he wants to do is fight for his country… but his stature holds him back from getting in. Finally, a doctor allows him for some odd reason, and Steve gets his wish.

A man named Stark then performs a test on Steve to buff him up, and he becomes a super soldier, chasing after Hydra until the end of the movie.

There is slight violence in this movie, as there are wars, but it is a clean movie.

One of the reasons I enjoy this movie is because it focuses a lot on friendships, and sticking together as a team. If you plan to watch this movie, I hope you enjoy it!


Make sure to come back for the next Marvel Movie Review, coming on February 10th! But before that, check out Anne’s Movie Review on the 27th of this month!


Anne, Movie Review

Movie Review: The Chronicles of Narnia

I’ve always seen this movie around, and my friends and cousins all were watching it. I thought, “It’s just another one of those weird fantasy movies.” But a couple of weeks ago at a movie night, a friend brought it over and we watched it.

I absolutely loved it! I saw The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, and I’m getting the next two soon.

It wasn’t like your average fantasy movie.

Taken from the famous books by C.S. Lewis, it all has a meaning. Being a Christian, I found it very intriguing, and I can’t wait to watch the next one.

If you haven’t seen it, then watch it. Tell me what your thoughts are!

Lucy and a new friend.
Jadis-the witch or queen of Narnia?


Brooke, Movie Review

Movie Review: Hachi: A Dog’s Tale

Guys… this is the saddest movie I have ever seen in my grand 15 years of living.

I am not kidding when I say I was sobbing over this movie. All of my tears pooled up in my tea.

This movie is based on true events in Japan… now, I don’t want to ruin the movie for you, so I won’t give the storyline, but it is an amazing movie.

It was very well done, very touching and emotional, and easy to connect with, especially for me. That’s probably why I cried so much… I feel like I am being very vague, but I really don’t want to ruin the movie for those of you who haven’t seen it!!!

Even the movie soundtrack makes me cry… I was just listening to it, and that’s what made me think of writing this post.


If you watch the movie, please comment your thoughts on it, and if you have any ideas for another movie review, please share!


Brooke, Movie Review

Movie Review: PRICELESS

Oh my gosh, guys! This movie… it is so amazing!

I got to see it on Thursday, October 13, at the premier night.

The movie speaks for the worth of women, and it has some very deep subjects… it is definitely a movie that is only right for certain audiences.

But it was approached very well, and I loved every minute of it!

And, Joel Smallbone of for KING & COUNTRY acted in it, even using an American accent, when he is Australian!