1) “Coming Out Colton”–Netflix–commentary–6 episodes–3 hours & 15 minutes–this really surprised me–I thought ‘just’ another coming out celebrity thing–he hits a lot of subjects but the most important/impressive segment to me is where he speaks to his old school coach about the adults at school, including him, disregarded and/or added to the suicide rates among young gays and making kids, young adults, hate themselves more by allowing the calling of names, using the q word, using gay as a negative, etc., which made life so tough for him–after he was on “The Bachelor” he did some despicable things and they are talked about—COLTON UNDERWOOD IS ON HIS JOURNEY DISCOVERING WHO HE IS–GAY OR STRAIGHT YOU WILL SEE YOURSELF–JOIN HIM NOW

2) “Father Christmas is Back”–Netflix–British Christmas movie–1 hour & 45 minutes–the Christmas family gets together every year for the fair–UNLIKABLE FAMILY BICKERING ALL THE TIME IN UNLIKABLE FILM

3)”Single All The Way”–Netflix–Christmas Movie–1 hour & 39 minutes–people falling in love, Christmas carols, snow, lights, fun, joy, tears, misunderstandings, romance–add great chemistry between the leads and you have a Christmas movie gem–with a difference–the romantic leads are two men and except for a few stereotypes–LOVE IS IN THE (CHRISTMAS) AIR

4) “Spoiled Brats”–Netflix–French movie filmed in Monaco–1 hour & 35 minutes–a silly, funny movie about what the title says and their father trying to ‘unspoil’ them–NOTHING NEW OR DIFFERENT BUT THAT’S WHAT MAKES IT A PLEASANT FILM TO WATCH

5) “Scenes of a Sexual Nature”–Netflix–British comedy–1 hour & 31 minutes–only the British can make a light,frothy comedy like this and make you care about all the various people–we are spending a day in the park with couples ranging from a pair who are divorced, an interracial couple, another couple who knew each other years ago, a man dumping his girlfriend, a gay couple talking about adoption, another couple whose relationship I can’t figure out and let’s not forget the couple on a blind date plus 1 single guy and a single woman who never couple–A COMEDY AS ONLY THE BRITISH CAN MAKE

6) “Power of the Dog”–Netflix–movie–2 hours & 7 minutes–the film is getting raves and though I agree as far as the acting is concerned I have no idea where the excitement is coming from–except for 1 brief scene that might explain everything who Cumberbatch is was left up in the air—THIS MOVIE IS TOO ENIGMATIC FOR ME

Posted December 5, 2021 by greatmartin in ENTERTAINMENT, Streaming

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