Rachel and Anthony live an ideal life. They live comfortably, have personal success (Rachel with her culinary expertise and Anthony with his art), and have three devoted sons. Family members love and are committed to each other, and family ties become stronger with each passing year. Rachel’s dedication to her family defines who she is, and her support and guidance to her sons has also defined who they are.
In our house, we are big Winnie the Pooh fans. The new trailer and poster that just dropped for the new Disney film, Christopher Robin, garnered as many squeals and as much excitement as any Marvel or Star Wars film.
One of the most intriguing inhabitants of the universe created by George Lucas finally gets top billing in the new sci-fi epic Solo: A Star Wars Story. Hyper-driving in to the backstory of Han Solo, popularized by Harrison Ford in the original trilogy, the new film stars Alden Ehrenreich (Hail Caesar!), Woody Harrelson, Emilia Clarke, Donald Glover, Thandie Newton, and Paul Bettany, and was directed by Ron Howard.
This review is a good bit different from what Fiction Addict normally posts. I found this book around Halloween 2017 while browsing the horror and paranormal section at my local bookstore. I picked up The Exorcist for a good classic I hadn’t read before, but another book caught my eye: The Demon of Brownsville Road. Honestly, the house on the cover of the book reminded me of another horror story that is about a famous house which has multiple movies.
Most Hollywood movies can be easily sorted into one of three different categories; Escape, Showcase, or Messages. Very seldom does one movie come along that dabbles in all three of these categories and leaves you wanting more. Wonder is THAT film.