Have You Seen ‘Like a Boss’ Yet? #LikeABoss #giftedproduct

Best friends, Mia and Mel (Tiffany Haddish and Rose Byrne) are living their best lives, running their own cosmetics company.  Unfortunately, they’re in over their heads financially, and the prospect of a big buyout offer from a notorious titan of the cosmetics industry Claire Luna (Salma Hayek) proves too tempting to pass up, putting Mel and Mia’s lifelong friendship in jeopardy.

Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of this film for review. The opinions of this blog are my own. I’m not a professional in any way but I am a movie fan. 

The two besties learn that sticking together is the only way to turn the tables and take their company back. The beauty business is about to get ugly.

The film also stars Jennifer Coolidge and Billy Porter, Ari Graynor, Natasha Rothwell, Jessica St. Clair and Karan Soni.

BONUS FEATURES ON BLU-RAY COMBO & DIGITAL  [Availability of bonus content varies by digital retailer]

  • With Coworkers Like These, Who Needs Friends?
  • “Get Some” with Ron and Greg
  • Deleted Scenes

The LIKE A BOSS DVD includes the feature film in standard definition.

Street Date:              April 7, 2020 (Digital)

April 21, 2020 (Blu-ray, DVD, Video on Demand)

U.S. Rating:               R – Language, crude sexual material, and drug use

Canadian Rating:      14A – Coarse language, crude content


I looked forward to receiving this movie because I love the starring ladies; I have been in need of a good laugh as of late and with the current social distancing WHO doesn’t need a distraction?  Along with the movie, I also received some ‘Like a Boss’ themed goodies that included a compact mirror and a little take-along overnight kit! These goodies are very useful so I’m quite pleased.

For me, I found that the story was quite predictable; however, Tiffany Haddish and Rose Byrne have great chemistry and project a believable friendship that we can all relate to.  Personally, I didn’t find it “hilariously funny” as I had anticipated but there were several enjoyable and funny scenes.  Unfortunately the movie was a little boring; however, you will discover all of the ‘feel-good movie’ feels have been cram-packed into the ending. It’s at this point that the movie’s message is revealed. True friendship will prevail; even at the worst of times.

Have you seen ‘Like A Boss‘ yet?

For more information about this movie (and others) head over to Paramount Pictures!

The Affair: The Final Season #TheAffair #GiftedProduct

Have you seen the series The Affair?  I haven’t seen ‘The Affair’ so reviewing ‘The Final Season’ was a little difficult for me. Although you can watch it on its own, without a background of the story it felt like I had jumped into the middle of a book.
Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of this film for review. The opinions of this blog are my own. I’m not a professional in any way but I am a movie fan.
I would’ve enjoyed how the characters had evolved and how they arrived at ‘The Affair: The Final Season’.  Having explained this, I can say that I did enjoy ‘The Final Season’ and plan on seeing ‘The Complete Series’ as soon as I possibly can.
The acting was overall fine enough; however, in some instances it seemed a little over-dramatic?  Although I was left wanting more knowledge of the events that led up to ‘The Final Season’, it was fully apparent that this intriguing drama series explores the emotional effects of an extramarital affair.  Point taken: don’t lose control.
Creators:  Hegai Levi and Sarah Treem
Included:  Special Feature – Where Does It End?
I chose not to fully dive into a full on review because I believe it wouldn’t be fair.  Suffice it to say the this series has earned its 3 Golden Globe Awards, and many others!
Available on DVD
Street Date: March 10, 2020
In the aftermath of horrific events, Noah (Golden Globe nominated Dominic West) and Helen (Golden Globe winner Maura Tierney) try to come to terms with the consequences of their choices. Just when things seem to have stabilized, a chance encounter with someone from the distant past sets in motion a sequence of events that brings them both to their knees. They realize they must face their past in order to truly move on. And some years in the future, Alison and Cole’s now adult daughter Joanie (Academy Award winner Anna Paquin) attempts to piece together the truth about what happened to her mother, bringing the final season of the critically acclaimed series full circle.
Available on DVD
Street Date: March 10, 2020
Broken hearts. Broken lives. Life leads us into temptation as The Affair invites us into the worlds of two families brought together and torn apart by betrayal. The Golden Globe winner for Best Television Series – Drama examines both sides of an illicit romance begun by happily married father Noah Solloway (Golden Globe Nominee Dominic West) and married waitress Alison Lockhart (Golden Globe Winner Ruth Wilson). The effects of their liaison reverberate through every corner of their lives, beginning with their respective spouses, Helen (Golden Globe Winner Maura Tierney) and Cole (Joshua Jackson). But betrayal is not the darkest secret that emerges as an ongoing murder investigation raises more questions and overturns more relationships. No one escapes the consequences as lust, love, grief and guilt continue to clash over five provocative.
Have you been watching the series?  What did you think of the storytelling?


The Corrupted was Convoluted #TheCorrupted #GiftedProduct

My movie review of ‘The Corrupted’ proved to be more challenging than I had anticipated.

Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of this film for review. The opinions of this blog are my own. I’m not a professional in any way but I am a movie fan.

2630343E-AA8D-4A42-904C-798615875FE7Synopsis:  Ex-con Liam McDonagh (Sam Claflin) wants nothing more than to live a peaceful life and to re-connect with his young son. After being released from prison, he learns his brother is caught up in a dark and dangerous web of corruption with property developer Clifford Cullen (Timothy Spall). In a drive for redemption, Liam must risk everything to save his brother and win back the trust of his family in this action-packed crime thriller.


Rating: R (violence, language, drugs)
Genre: Action & Adventure, Drama, Mystery & Suspense
Directed By: Ron Scalpello
Written By:  Nick Moorcroft
Available on DVD
Street Date: February 25, 2020

The film is set in the early 2000s when Britain was bidding to host the Olympic Games in East London and provides strong mafia crime-drama filled scenes along with captivating performances.  Certainly if Britain’s bid would be accepted it would mean that the Olympic regeneration of Britain’s low valued East-end land would provide much profit.  At the same time; however, it would also stir up the reactions of mobsters and crooks!

5CF2845D-2EA3-4034-9D80-F4A72086E0FFUnfortunately, while some of the action explodes on screen, the dialogue pales in comparison due to over-used clichés and typical/tiring dialogue.  Truth be told, I was expecting a suspenseful conspiracy thriller. Instead, I feel like the plot was convoluted.  This is not to say that there’s anything specifically wrong with the film; however, there isn’t really anything that makes it memorable either.

Tell me, what did you think?