March Wrap Up – Movies



The Fast and the Furious – I’ve been wanting to re-watch this franchise for a while, and when a friend and I were trying to decide what to watch one night we settled on this. This is one of my all time favourite no-brainer action movies, and I realised on re-watching this how much of an appreciation for Paul Walker I’ve developed over the years. What a babe.
2 Fast 2 Furious – I jumped straight into the second film after watching the first, and I think this might be my favourite in the series because Roman is my favourite character. There were lots of laugh out loud moments alongside the classic mindless action that I expect from a film in this franchise.
Captain America: The First Avenger – This is technically the first Marvel movie if you watch in chronological order, so we kicked off our chronological re-watch with this. I didn’t remember much about this film, so it was a lot of fun for me to experience it all over again. Chris Evans as Captain America is hot and all, but… Bucky Barnes though, amirite?
Captain Marvel – Another Marvel re-watch, and another fun viewing experience. It was interesting to watch this having recently finished the WandaVision television series, because there are some storylines that align between the two, and it all sort of fell into place for me after watching this again.
The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift – This is my least favourite film in the franchise, so I was not as excited to watch it, but happy to get it out of the way. This is probably the cheesiest film in the series, and not in a cute way. They really did Han dirty in this movie too. Not happy about that.
Fast & Furious – This is where the films start to shift from somewhat silly to legitimately ridiculous, but I still kinda love it. This was action packed and stupid and I enjoyed it immensely.
Fast Five – Another stupid but fun movie and I liked this one in particular because it brought a lot of the older characters from the early films back together (Roman!! My favourite).
Fast & Furious 6 – The ridiculousness continues with yet another fun and silly film. This one bumped it to the next level, with a literal tank fight on a major highway. Oh, and someone sort of came back from the dead. Completely unrealistic, but a bloody good time.
Furious 7 – This movie could be the result of giving a script writing bot it’s big break and asking it to write a blockbuster hit. But as always, this was a blast and we enjoyed watching it at home one rainy Saturday afternoon this month.
Buffy The Vampire Slayer – My sister made me watch this when I was a kid, and it is still one of the stupidest and cheesiest movies I’ve ever seen. But there were some laugh-out-loud moments, and the quotable lines are still epic all these years later.

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