Summer is all about the biggest blockbusters and the hottest songs so let's break down the best of the best
The Live Action Version Of The Lion King
Obviously, this movie was highly anticipated as it has something above a stellar cast ( Beyonce, Seth Rogen, and James earl jones to name just a few) however it did also have a lot of people worried if it would live up to the movie that acts as a favorite for so many people young and old. I have a friend that cried 8 times in the film. I would say it lives up to the film that came before it.
Queer Eye Season 4
From the beginning of episode one, I was a puddle of tears. This show really messes with me ALMOST as much as it messes with Antoni. The heroes are all so incredible and it's the best to get to see how as they get further into the show each one of the fab five owns his craft more and more.
You Need To Calm Down
Ladies and gentleman this is the song of the summer. Never did I think that Taylor Swift would make a gay anthem yet here we are proven wrong screaming "shade never made anybody less gay" at the top of my lungs.
Stranger Things 3
Easily the thing that has clogged up both my twitter timeline and my local Baskin robbins the most this summer is season 3 of the Netflix original hit "Stranger Things". It's pure excellence with the best cast in Hollywood. Also a moment of silence for how much I love David Harbour.
2019 has been a whirlwind and I truly can't believe I'm writing about the new Jonas Brothers album. It's pop perfection and while this may be basic I will say "cool" is an album stand out for sure and is something I play way too often.
Hell Of A Time
I had to show some love to my favorite artist who only drops bangers much like "Hell of a Time" (also the rest of his album whatever usa). This song has danceability and replayability and could turn anyone into a Hoodie fan.
All I am going to say is rest in peace Cameron Boyce. Please go see what a stellar actor he was. Please take a minute to listen to the people that loved him talk about him and please take a minute to donate to the Cameron Boyce Foundation.
Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark
This movie is what nightmares are made of (specifically mine from 7th grade). They brought my least but somehow also most favorite books from my childhood alive in the most terrifying way and everyone could go see this film.