Monday, February 19, 2024

Rhonda Reviews: The Re-Education of Molly Singer


We recently watched The Re-Education of Molly Singer, which is available on Netflix. 

It has a recognizable cast, and is a super cute movie. There is a faked friendship, going back to college, an irresponsible adult who finds herself, and tons of funny moments that will leave you laughing. 

The movie makes subtle nods to current events which you could either find hilarious or offensive, depending upon your leanings. There are drinking games that those over a certain age might not understand (we certainly didn't recognize a few of them). It's not overly raunchy, but there are innuendos that made me laugh. 

Overall, it's an easy fun movie. 

There are definitely worse ways to entertain yourself. 

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Monday, February 5, 2024



About a week or so ago, this character popped into my head and he was so vivid and lifelike that I was certain we'd met before. 

We haven't. 

But I have begun bringing his story to life. The untold tale of the real reason the devil was cast out of heaven. A tale of betrayal and love and family and human history. 

I am so so excited to bring this story out and about. I hope that you'll consider signing up to be a beta or ARC reader when the time comes. This is the first time I've felt that a story is clawing its way out of me. And I hope y'all love it as much as I do. 

Monday, January 22, 2024

Rhonda Reviews: Suits


A review of Suits which has been off for a bit, but I typically watch everything on a streaming service and miss the hype by a few years. Well M and I recently watched this one. 

And it was good. 

But the ending? It felt like it just sort of ended. Although we do get the Donna and Harvey thing out of the way which let's be honest we had all been hoping for. But Jessica? Definitely got the raw end of the deal. 

When we first started watching I hated the character of Louis Litt. Partially because that actor played in Hostel and that movie severely fucked with my head. So in the beginning I couldn't stop picturing that and almost stopped watching because of it. But the character development on Louis was by far the best. He had the most growth of anyone. Plus the scenes with Louis always ended up being the funniest! 

Overall, I would recommend this IF you like legal shows that use A LOT of legal jargon without really explaining it. Although the plot line does get a little repetitious at times which is why I think they could have ended it when Mike and Rachel left then wrapped the whole Harvey and Donna thing up.