Quick Saturday Movie Review

Part of our streaming AT&T service is free access to the HBO app so when I want to watch a movie I tend to scroll through there until I find something. I’m in Knoxville today packing and wanted something to keep on in the background to kinda keep my spirits up since I tend to get down when I’m alone doing this job. As I scrolled through I saw Paddington 2 and I remembered hearing a critic – who didn’t even have kids – say it was one of his favorite movies.

So! I gave it a try. AND IT WAS SO GOOD. I’ve never seen the first one and really don’t know anything about the franchise but it was funny, suspenseful, charming, it had heart, and it made me cry about 50 times. IT WAS SO GOOD!

Anyway – that’s all I have time for today but I wanted to keep my writing streak going so here you go! A hot take movie review from a 2018 movie!

One thought on “Quick Saturday Movie Review”

  1. There is also job suitability. Not everyone can do every job. When its volunteer there is the factor that you need to like or be interested in whet the task is. Someone that only likes their teen isant going to be a good chaperone for that choral trip. Somebody that hates the outdoors isnt cut out for soccer team parent, etc. When I taught preK. There was one family where I taught all 4 kids. The had an excellent Mom, who would sew or cook for parties. But not once did she ever go on a field trip. She let others go on trips with 25 -30 little ones. When her kids got to high school she went to all drama competitions and was at all performances. She stayed back stage with needle and thread and sewed costumes when wings fell out or that dance move split out the rear.

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