Most of you wouldn’t recognize me. Heck, I don’t recognize myself. I have watched nine Hallmark Christmas movies since Wednesday. Who am I? More importantly, should I be worried?! I might be turning into my dad. 😳🤪
I’m alone for a few hours today. On a scale of 1-10, it’s about a 6. I was at a 10 for the first thirty minutes, but now I’m missing the noise.
Thanksgiving day was low key. I got up around 7am to let the dogs out and feed them, etc. Once they were outside, I crawled back in bed until AFTER 10! Again, who am I?! It felt so good to lay in a warm, comfortable bed and sleep. I never get to do that.
I don’t think I’ve ever been to the movies on Thanksgiving Day. It wasn’t crowded at all. We saw the new Ghostbusters movie. 👻
What I liked:
1) Paul Rudd. He doesn’t have what I would call a leading role, but he’s easy on the eyes. 2) I don’t remember the young girl’s name, but she reminded me of JP. She didn’t “fit in” at school, but found a friend just as quirky. I liked how the story line highlighted her love of science. 3) I won’t give spoilers for those of you who may want to see it, but the end was pretty nostalgic. I might have even teared up for half a second.
What I didn’t like:
1) I’m NOT a science fiction person. Like all the other Ghostbuster movies, this one is so far fetched and not realistic at all. I hate “monsters” and goofy paranormal “characters.” 2) The mom’s character was boring. They could have done a better casting job with her. Paul Rudd deserves better than that! 3) The whole thing felt slow. 4) The “nostalgic” aspects could have easily played a bigger role.
If you liked the other Ghostbuster movies, I’m sure you’ll like this one. I give it ⭐️⭐️, but only because JP had fun + I love seeing him happy. It’s definitely not worth the extravagant amount of money you pay at the theater. Wait to watch it ~ the only thing you’ll miss is the $6.79 you’ll pay for a drink.