Review: Nail in the Coffin

Movie Review: Nail in the Coffin by Julie Perez

Review: Netflix’s “Mucho Mucho Amor”

Review: Mucho Mucho Amor by Julie Perez A Magical Wave of Nostalgia  “Walter Mercado is a force of nature, without beginnings and endings. He used to be a star but now, Walter is a constellation.” – Walter Mercado Walter Mercado was a staple in my Mexican household. My pre-teen memories are full of moments where…

Movie Review: The Surrogate

Movie Review: The Surrogate by Julie Perez When Jess Harris (Jasmine Batchelor) decides to be the surrogate for her best friend Josh (Chris Perfetti) and his husband Aaron (Sullivan Jones), it’s a selfless act that is meant to enrich all of their lives. Amidst the happiness and the celebration though, a prenatal test shows that…

Review: Saint Frances

Review: Saint Frances by Julie Perez Kelly O’Sullivan has crafted a beautiful and inspiring story of resilience with her film Saint Frances and though often too real to face, this film serves as a wonderful reminder to survive amidst the chaos. Saint Frances follows thirty-four-year-old Bridget (Kelly O’Sullivan) just as her life is slowly starting…

Review: Go Back to China

Review: Go Back to China by Julie Perez It’s a tale as old as time; a spoiled-rich girl finds the meaning to hard work and becomes a better person. We’ve all seen it before and yet, Director/Writer Emily Ting has found a fresh new take on a familiar story. Go Back to China follows Sasha…

Movie Review: The Invisible Man

Movie Review: The Invisible Man by Julie Perez Maybe the best thing that The Invisible Man does is make the audience decide whether or not they’re going to believe the abuse that a woman has endured, even though they haven’t seen it. The thing about psychological thrillers is that you can’t help but wait for…

Review: To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You

Review: To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You by Julie Perez I didn’t love it. Hear me out. (Possible spoilers ahead, proceed with caution.) To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You is now streaming on Netflix and though Lara Jean and Peter Kavinsky are still as charming as ever, following up…