Can’t believe I forgot to mention Deadpool 2 in last week’s post – do I really need to say how funny and hilariously offensive it is? Hubby isn’t a big Marvel fan unless Iron Man is involved, but he’s been a Ryan Reynolds fan for years, so any movie involving Deadpool is an automatic must see. It’s as good as, or even better than the first.
My oldest son and I went into Solo: A Star Wars Story very skeptical – this actor had to prove himself worthy of filling Harrison Ford’s shoes. The first twenty minutes or so, I had my doubts, but then the movie just took off. We give Alden Ehrenreich, as well as Donald Glover, two enthusiastic thumbs up. Judging by the other movie goers in our theater, we aren’t the only ones. Such a fun, adventurous movie with a lot of laughs.
My oldest son and I were doused with crushing disappointment when our ghost hunting expedition was canceled Saturday. We were scheduled to ghost hunt with SyFy’s Ghost Hunters Dave Tango and Steve Gonsalves at Octagon Hall, which is allegedly haunted by Civil War soldiers and children. The event is being rescheduled, but we were ready for some supernatural excitement! *heavy sigh* Maybe next time.
Thanks to all our veterans and servicemen and women who have served and sacrificed for our country – Happy Memorial Day!