Category Archives: Movies and TV Shows

Rom Com of the Week: A Snow White Christmas

This holiday season, I’m featuring a seasonal romantic comedy every week. I tried to pick movies that were light and amusing.

Follow the link to watch this week’s movie for free on Tubi tv: A Snow White Christmas (2018). It’s a hoot. It’s produced by MarVista and you know how I love those MarVista movies! It has over-the-top characters, fun wardrobes, and tongue-in-cheek dialogue. Plus, a totally glam villain, her styling sidekick and a wicked hypnotist!

Besides, who needs another goody two-shoes Christmas movie?

Here’s the trailer, but like I told you before, watch the whole trailer at your own risk, because they tend to give away the whole movie…

Enjoy A Snow White Christmas!

Rom Com of the Week: Furry Little Christmas

One more day until December! This holiday season, I’m featuring a seasonal romantic comedy every week. I tried to pick movies that were light and amusing. All the movies are free to watch on TubiTV. I selected movies I haven’t seen before; maybe you haven’t, either!

Okay, I watched some of it. Not all of it. It’s good! I hope you like it.

Today’s movie is A Furry Little Christmas (2021). It’s produced by MarVista, and they always deliver a fun holiday movie with hardworking but goodhearted heroines, quirky supporting characters, gentle humor and high production values. And who doesn’t love pups and kitty cats?

Here is the preview. Now, I only recommend watching a little bit of the preview. MarVista tends to tell the whole movie in the preview and who needs spoilers? Not me! I hope you like the movie!

Synopsis: A big-city veterinarian falls for a small-town doctor when he sets out to recreate a New York City Christmas in her New England hometown.

RomCom of the Week: A Family Thanksgiving

This holiday season, I’m featuring a seasonal romantic comedy every week. I selected movies I haven’t seen before; maybe you haven’t, either! This one is free to view on YouTube.

Today’s seasonal selection is the Thanksgiving movie, A Family Thanksgiving. It features Daphne Zuniga, who some of you may remember her from Melrose Place and One Tree Hill. And there’s a cameo with Faye Dunaway. It’s not easy to find a good Thanksgiving movie. I haven’t seen this one, so I hope it’s a winner.

Rom Com of the Week: 🍇 Farm to Fork to Love 🍇

This holiday season, I’m featuring a seasonal romantic comedy each week. All the movies are free to watch on TubiTV. I selected movies I haven’t seen before; maybe you haven’t, either!

Today’s seasonal selection features a main character who is a New York City sous chef, Farm to Fork to Love (2021). She’s invited to judge a cooking competition in Kansas City, but the real competition is between two men who both want her as their main course…er…squeeze. There are gorgeous autumn scenes in sunlit vineyards, amazing and luxurious interiors and scenes of Kansas City, someplace I’ve never been. Maybe this will inspire you as you get ready for Thanksgiving meal preparation! Check out the trailer.

So, pour yourself a glass of wine or pomegranate juice, put your feet up and enjoy the movie of the week!

Rom Com of the Week: 🍎 The Clue to Love 🍎

This holiday season, I’m featuring a seasonal romantic comedy every Monday. All the movies are free to watch on TubiTV. I selected movies I haven’t seen before; maybe you haven’t, either!

The movie of the week is The Clue to Love (2021) and one of the settings is an apple festival, so autumnal! In this movie, Audrey Harper, an ambitious journalist, sets out on an assignment to a small town and meets an editor-in-chief with whom she has instant sparks. Will they FALL in love? Fall in love, get it? 🙂 Here is the preview…

May I suggest you warm up a cup of hot apple cider and put your feet up tonight while you watch this movie? You deserve it. Enjoy!

Rom Com of the Week: 🎃 Home for Harvest 🎃

Ah, the last day of October.

(Also known as Halloween, and if you’d rather be spooky tonight, please visit my Halloween blog!)

But some of us like to enjoy our pumpkins in pie, am I right?

This holiday season, I’m featuring a seasonal romantic comedy every Monday. All the movies are free to watch on TubiTV. I selected movies I haven’t seen before; maybe you haven’t, either!

Today’s seasonal selection is Home for Harvest (2020). And one of the settings is — you guessed it! — a pumpkin field. A special plus is this produced by MarVista. If you’ve read this blog before, you know I love those MarVista movies! In this movie, a travel writer is given the assignment to cover festivities in her hometown of Greeneville, NC, where she reconnects with an ex. But there is another guy…how will she choose? Check out the preview.

Hey. I think there is a piece of pumpkin pie with your name on it! Why don’t you put up your feet and you and your slice watch this romantic movie tonight? Enjoy!

🎄 Cool Yule Watch Party: Bridget Jones’ Diary 🎄

Merry Fourth Day of Christmas and Happy Almost New Year! Today is Still Need to Do Day — so, it’s a perfect day to wrap up your New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day celebration plans (even if you are remaining safer at home). What are you going to wear on New Year’s Eve?

But first, a break for a classic holiday movie! Break out those Christmas jammies! Let’s get comfy with Bridget Jones!

We’re watching the 2001 movie, Bridget Jones’ Diary, starring Renee Zellweger, Hugh Grant and Colin Firth. If you haven’t seen it, I know you will enjoy it and if you have seen it, you’ll probably appreciate reliving her unforgettable Christmas and New Year’s Eve cinematic moments. If you want to watch it with me, I’ll be watching this at 8 p.m. As of this writing, it is free to watch on YouTube.

🎄Cool Yule Watch Party: Last Holiday🎄

The movie today is a comedy featuring Queen Latifah, LL Cool J and the initimable Gerard Depardieu. It’s a warm, funny movie that explores what we would do if we knew our time on this earth was limited. You can rent this movie on YouTube. I hope it inspires you to live fully and joyfully in the New Year! Enjoy!

 

🎄Cool Watch Party: About a Boy 🎄

In another installment of Christmas movies that aren’t Christmas movie, I bring you About a Boy (2002), the Nick Hornby adaptation starring Hugh Grant and Toni Collette. Trigger alert: themes about human flaws, bullying, depression and suicide appear in this movie. Because the holidays for most us just aren’t like the ones in Hallmark movies. It’s free to watch on Peacock TV. 

 

🎄Cool Yule Watch Party: Serendipity🎄

What if you were Christmas shopping in New York and you met the love of your life? It could happen. Let’s watch this 2001 movie starring Jon Cusack and Kate Beckinsale. If you haven’t seen it, I know you will enjoy it. If you want to watch it with me, I’ll be watching this at 8 p.m. Free to watch on YouTube for a limited time. You can also watch it on Amazon Prime Video.