Movie Review – A Simple Favor

What a fabulous movie!! What I just watched surpassed many movies in my list of favorites. It’s probably hit the top three. I enjoyed this movie better than a day off from work with no bills to pay.

From the moment the movie started, I was hooked. The characters are so deep and odd that I fell in love with them all.

Let’s start with Anna Kendrick. Whaaaaaat? This is definitely a new type of role for her, and she was perfect. She nailed that part like a carpenter nails a board. Loved her! Her character arc in this film is drastic; she starts off as the perfect single mom and turns into someone I wouldn’t mess around with. She gets things done. You won’t be disappointed.

Next up, and hold your hats: Blake Lively. This one is going to get steamy. I watched her up there on that big screen, and just wanted to crawl right into it so I could be next to her. I’m a happily married grandmother, but I tell you what, I’d leave my husband in a hot second, kick old Ryan Reynolds to the curb, and live happily ever after with that perfect woman. Wow, she dominates the screen. I’m in love.

I didn’t know it was a book until it started, so I don’t know how it compares to that, but from how the crowd was reacting, they loved it. Numerous times, the entire theater was roaring with laughter. I’m going back tonight to see it again. This way I can enjoy the amazing Blake Lively without having to work at finding Peetimes. She shall have my undivided attention, just like I’m sure she’ll have your undivided attention.

Best movie this year. Grab your girlfriends and go have fun.

Grade: A+

About the Peetimes: I’m recommending you use either the 1st or 2nd Peetime. My 3rd Peetime contains a spoiler. Here’s the thing; the movie has a very big twist, and for those of you that haven’t read the book, it’ll be surprising — and I don’t want to ruin anyone’s good time. 

3 Replies to “Movie Review – A Simple Favor”

  1. I’m having a hard time finding who did the reviews on this new style app. Makes a difference to me when reading the review if it is Dan or sis, or whoever. Where did you move the movie reviewer name to? Please make it easier to find.
    Thanks

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