April’s movies and $ for charity

I picked my first movie for my March Madness win 🙂

Add your 5 words (or less!) to mine in a comment and earn $1 for charity.  Once we get to $100 the person with the most reviews will choose the charity.  Click here to see the past winners, the charities they chose and the other reviews you can add to.  Anyone is welcome to join in at any time.

We’re at $79 right now.

The film poster shows a close-up of Emily Blunt in-character with her hand over her mouth.The Quiet Place, 2018 (Emily Blunt, John Krasinski, Noah Jupe, Millicent Simmonds)                                         Grade B+

Shhh. Silence when birthing babies.

Signs without Mel and better.  (Heather)


Nerve 2016 poster.pngNerve, 2016 (Emma Roberts, Dave Franco, Juliette Lewis, Michael Heizer)         Grade B

A social media cautionary tale.

Hunger Games for our day.  (Heather)


A series of boxes containing of monochrome photos of the cast, colored with an orange to yellow gradient.Logan Lucky,  2017 (Tatum Channing, Adam Driver, Daniel Craig, Katie Holmes, Seth MacFarlane, Hilary Swank)   Grade B-

Good old boys steal money.

Fun money caper, twists, turns.  (Heather)

Was a fun surprise. What an interesting cast!  (Care)


Ninth gate ver3.jpg The Ninth Gate, 1999 (Johnny Depp, Frank Langella, Lena Olin, Emmanuelle Seigner)                                       Grade   C

Books – yay!  Devil worship – yuck 😦


 

7 thoughts on “April’s movies and $ for charity

  1. Brendan says:

    I haven’t seen any of them either.

    Saw Miss Sloane tonight and it had some good elements, but I’m glad I didn’t pay to see it.

  2. hmsgofita says:

    A Quiet Place: Signs without Mel and better! (it’s a great movie. Loved the feel of the movie and seeing it in the theater was amazing).

    Nerve: Hunger Games for our day. C for me on this one.

    Logan Lucky: Fun money caper, twists, turns.

  3. stacybuckeye says:

    I loved the movie too, might have even shed a tear, but Jason complained about every little thing on the way home. He had so many ways they could have thrived, convinced he had it all figured out. Had to keep telling him it was a movie 😦

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