Monday, June 22, 2020

Low Entry Giveaways Ending Tonight, Monday 6/22

"Flying in Love," by Chalon Linton - book - U.S. - Life is What It's Called *RC

Grilling Basket from Melissa's Produce - Main 48 U.S. States - Horsing Around in LA *RC

National Geographic Kids Books: Summer Fun, Facts and Fantastic Adventures - Children's Books - U.S. - Susie's Reviews *RC

PAW PATROL: Mighty Pups Charged Up DVD (ARV $10.99) - U.S. - Jinxy Kids *RC

Impact Battle of Elements Game - U.S. - Long Wait For Isabella *RC

Wednesday, June 17, 2020

Looks That Kill - Movie, Releasing On Demand, Tomorrow, Friday, June 19, 2020!

Looks That Kill releasing on demand, Friday, June 19, 2020. The film stars Brandon Flynn (13 Reasons Why, True Detective and John Kander’s Kid Victory), Julia Goldani Telles (The Affair, Bunheads), Ki Hong Lee (Maze Runner, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt), and Annie Mumolo (Barb & Star Go to Vista Del Mar, Bad Moms, This is 40, Bridesmaids). The film is the directorial debut from Kellen Moore.

My Review and Thoughts:
I love this movie! It's one I'd love to own and share with my children. What a great movie to teach children that it's whats on the inside of a person that matters more than their looks. I love the friendship between Max and Alex. So adorable and well done! This movie deserves an Oscar! I loved it from start to finish! This is a great family movie for both children and adults. I'd say rated PG at least. There's no adult content, nudity, bad language, or anything bad. It was perfect!

SYNOPSIS: Looks That Kill is a dark comedy about Max Richards (Brandon Flynn), a teenage boy born with a medical condition of being lethally attractive, who is changed forever when he meets Alex, a girl with her own bizarre ailment, who aids him on his quest of self-discovery... without accidentally killing someone.


DIRECTED BY: Kellen Moore

WRITTEN BY: Kellen Moore

PRODUCED BY: Jeremy Garelick, Will Phelps, Mickey Liddell, Pete Shilaimon, Glen Trotiner, and Austin Sepulveda; executive produced by Ryan Bennett and Michael Glassman

CAST: Brandon Flynn, Julia Goldani Telles, Ki Hong Lee, Annie Mumolo

GENRE: Drama, Independent, Comedy

DISTRIBUTOR: Gravitas Ventures

aTypical Wednesday - Movie, On Demand on June 26th!

My Review and Thoughts:
This is a great movie for most everyone, ages 16 and up. This story proves that no matter your color, we can all get along and be friends. There is also some racial profiling going on in this movie, which is great for tweens and adults to see what happens when white people assume that a black person has stolen something from a store. You also see the fear in the clerk's eyes as he tries to frisk the black gentleman. I liked the way that the black gentleman handled himself, except when he slaps the clerk. But, he did warn him. There's a few N words in this movie, but it's taught that it's a word that only black people use with one another, and it's taught that it's not okay for white people to use it. This is not a movie for children unless your child understands that setting people on fire, isn't okay. And if they understand adult content. There's sexual content, cuss words, some inappropriate stuff about a three-some. But, it's a great Adult movie!

aTypical Wednesday (fka Wednesdays) releasing on demand, Friday, June 26, 2020. Previously the film was set for a theatrical release on June 26 as well. The film stars J. Lee (The Orville), Seth Green (Robot Chicken, Changeland, Austin Powers in Goldmember), Emmy Raver-Lampman (The Umbrella Academy), Sujata Day (Insecure, Larry & Lucy), and Michael Ealy (Barbershop, Think Like A Man, Stumptown). The film was written and directed by J. Lee.

SYNOPSIS: Gabe (J. Lee) sees his therapist (Michael Ealy) every Wednesday. Therapy takes a turn when another patient is “left behind” at the therapist’s office and they go on a misadventure to get him home, all while running into odd ball characters in Gabe’s life who are helping him get over his last break up.



PRODUCED BY: J. Lee, Stephen “Dr” Love Jr, Jacquin DeLeon

CAST: J. Lee, Cooper J. Friedman, Emmy Raver-Lampman, Seth Green, Michael Ealy, Sujata Day, Kelen Coleman

GENRE: Comedy, Independent, Drama

DISTRIBUTOR: Gravitas Ventures

FREE Family UNO Game! #UNO

Created by a 12-Year-Old, Fun Apart Connects Family and Friends Over Nostalgic Card Games Now Available FREE on iOS and Android

Fun Apart, the video-enabled mobile card games app bringing generations together, today announced the launch of its UNO!™ inspired video chat card game NUO available on iOS and Android.

Fun Apart launched its first game NUO, a similar card game to UNO!™ but with more popular gameplay features such as +2 and +4 stacking which UNO!™ recently deemed illegal. Additionally, Fun Apart allows users to safely and securely invite family and friends by sharing a unique 8-digit private room game code through a variety of sharing capabilities including text, email and social media. The user-intuitive interface offers a safe, fun and easy way to connect with anyone during this unprecedented time of isolation. Fun Apart creates a greater connection between family, friends and the elderly who are unable to see each other by providing more face-to-face interaction through video chat while playing fun, nostalgic card games.

“My mother and mother-in-law have had their share of ups and downs and to see them online playing this game with my five-year-old son – laughing and having a great time – has been the biggest joy to me and my family!” said Kornelia Sneider, Fun Apart beta-tester. “Who knew all it would take would be a fun game during quarantine to bring everyone together!”

The card games app idea is the brainchild of a 12-year-old child, who created the Fun Apart during the COVID-19 stay-at-home mandate to keep in touch with friends and family. Enzo worked with his father to develop and create the video-enabled card games app after becoming frustrated with the lengthy Zoom conference setup time required by other mobile game apps.

Enzo said, “It was a great learning experience to build Fun Apart. My parents were hesitant at first to spend the money because of the uncertain economy, but I’m glad they believed in the idea to build it. I hope this game will make the money back to repay my parents. I also hope to create many more apps in the future.”

Additional Fun Apart Features:

  • Quick and easy controls to start and play games from anywhere
  • HD video calling app offers crystal clear view of game participants
  • Play with one friend or up to five players at a time
  • Easily drag and drop cards to make your move when it’s your turn
  • Get points for winning and keep your spot on the leaderboard
  • Watch other’s reactions as you play live

Additional card games such as Go Fish and Spoons will be released in the upcoming weeks. 

To download Fun Apart, visit the Apple App Store or Google Play Store. If you enjoy the app, please leave a positive review in the app store and share the app with family and friends.

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