Movie Review: BEFORE WE GO | #chrisevans

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I’ve been wanting to check this film out for a while now, so I was stoked to see it out on Netflix!! ‘Before We Go’ is the directorial debut of the ever-so-charming Chris Evans.

SYNOPSIS:  Two strangers stuck in Manhattan for the night grow into each other’s most trusted confidants when an evening of unexpected adventure forces them to confront their fears and take control of their lives. 

This indie movie follows Nick (Chris Evans) and Brooke (Alice Eve) on a journey through New York City after Brooke’s purse was stolen from a bar.  I have to say that I was pleasantly surprised by this movie!  Where it lacked in action, it made up in thoughtfulness and charm.  It almost felt like a documentary, and had a raw feel to it, which I liked.  If you’re anything like me, you go into movies like this with a preconceived notion of what will happen.  Don’t.  It’s refreshing to have something a bit different than what you expect.  The acting was great, and the dialogue was entertaining.

If you’re looking for a good indie movie…definitely check this one out!

The Walking Dead: “Not Tomorrow Yet” Review

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Hey #TWD fans!!  Mike and I got together to talk about Episode 12 | Season 6 of The Walking Dead, titled “Not Tomorrow Yet.”

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SYNOPSIS:  As the joint forces of Alexandria and the Hilltop attack the Saviors’ compound, Carol and Maggie fall into a trap.

The Walking Dead: “Not Tomorrow Yet” Review

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GIRLS: “Japan” Review

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Hey everyone!!  Brancey and I got together to talk about the latest episode of GIRLS!  It was the 3rd episode of the 5th season, and it was titled “Japan.”

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SYNOPSIS:  Thriving at her new job in Japan, Shoshanna finds herself flirting with her boss, but reminds her work friends that she has a ‘kind of’ boyfriend back in America.  Hannah makes a shocking discovery on Fran’s phone and struggles with how to react.  After viewing Adam’s performance on a TV police procedural, Jessa shares her insights into his character.

GIRLS: “Japan” Review

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