Knives Out Was An Entertaining Romp, So Why Didn’t I Like It?

SPOILER Review: A subverted plot from director Rian Johnson that is pretty good for what it is, just not what it was sold to be. The “Mystery” The movie centers around the Thrombey family who have gathered for Patriarch Harlan Thrombey’s (Christopher Plummer) 85th birthday. He’s found in the morning with a slit throat by […]

Tips for planning ahead or last minute trips to Disney World

Tl;Dr: First and foremost, practicing financial responsiblity is paramount as these tips require credit rewards to be successful. Don’t get yourself in debt just for a vacation (been there, done that.) Using credit rewards, being flexible and seeking out discounts are great ways to do a last minute trip. If you’re looking to plan ahead, […]

Disney World, with or without kids, from a Gen Xer mom

Tl;Dr: Got kids? Go. No kids? Go. Its more important to enjoy the moment than it is to worry about what others think. Conversely, we should all learn to empathize about what the other person is going through, instead of staying in our own bubbles. So, a viral story has been making the rounds over […]

Disney Parks thoughts: Star Wars, ticket price increase and stupid long wait times.

Tl;dr: If your looking to book a trip for the opening of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, understand its opening in phases with the Millenium Falcon attraction primarily and the Rise of the Resistance opening at a later date. Disney is already warning limited access to the entire land (meaning you might not even get in […]

Resident Evil 2: Remake

Too hard? Worth playing again and are the scenarios different enough? Tl;Dr: Is the totally remade Resident Evil 2 worth a second trip through Raccoon City? Absolutely. Rebuilt on the Resident Evil engine introduced for RE7, its still the same game you remember but enough surprises to keep you on your toes. Is it difficult? If […]