Why Is This Meh-to-Bad Christmas Movie I’m Watching Reminding Me of ABC News’ T.J. Holmes And Amy Robach? LMAO!!!!

Like another mediocre rom-com I’m obsessed with (I’ve seen it at least 30 times in the last 20 years), the message resonates that the difference between Almost-The-One and The One can be vast.

Post-viewing Comments: Whenever this movie is in trouble, it homages better films, which is not a good sign. If this was a BET Original Movie I assume it would end with the montage at the 01:02:00 mark 🙂

106-Word Review of “Being The Ricardos”

Pre-feminist positioning

Yes, the impersonations are far from perfect. No, regardless of what you’ve heard or read, the acting is great–particularly J.K. Simmons as William Frawley/Fred Mertz. Yes, it’s amazing to see that two of the smartest people in Hollywood in the early 1950s were a has-been movie-star white woman and a Latin signer, actor and bandleader. Although it takes the now-standard liberties with the truth, this whole flick is about how innately intelligent and savvy they were–how both were five steps ahead of everyone else. In the end, this docudrama shows, if not argues, that they were too smart and too powerful for each other.