The 5 Cheesiest Rom-Com Movies To Watch On Netflix During Your Winter Holiday Break

The 5 Cheesiest Rom-Com Movies To Watch On Netflix During Your Winter Holiday Break

The sappier the better.


OK so I don't know about y'all but school breaks are where I kick it into gear with my Netflix binge-watching.

This year Netflix has some extra cheesy movies that you can queue up and get way too invested in. From holiday movies to rom-coms Netflix has really outdone themselves. I've become quite the movie watcher lately and I know this break I'm going to rewatch all of these corny classics that made it to the small screen.

Here are 5 of the cheesiest movies to waste way too much time watching during the break.

1. "A Christmas Prince"

I had to start with this. A young New York City journalist gets to report the story of a lifetime when she goes undercover in the beautiful and fictional Aldovia castle. Our journalist, Amber, pretends to be a tutor for the princess to spy on the soon-to-be dashing King, Prince Richard. She gets into some trouble, including getting called out on pretending to be the princess' school tutor and having her horse run away from her. But don't worry, it all ends happy and merry.

2. "The Kissing Booth"

Girl has a crush on her best friends off-limits brother, under a misunderstanding kisses him in a kissing booth - and here we are. Predictable and cheesy yet I couldn't look away.

3. "The Holiday Calendar"

Kat Graham is in this so I had to watch because of Bonnie Bennett, WYA Vampire Diaries fans?? Anyways, this movie is about a girl named Abby who doesn't know exactly what she's doing, she's working as a Christmas photographer taking photos of kids with Santa but this is not where she wants her career to go. When her grandpa gifts her an Advent calendar that her grandma once said was magical, Abby starts to think she's going crazy and it actually has magical powers.

4. "To All The Boys I've Loved Before"

Everyone needs a Peter Kavinsky. I don't know if I would classify this movie as cheesy but it's my favorite sappy Netflix movie so there's that. There's more than 1 book, so @ Netflix where's that sequel?

5. "Another Cinderella Story"

A 2008 Disney classic. A dancey twist on "A Cinderella Story," but this will never compare to that. Mary has dreams of becoming a dancer and somehow meets Joey a celeb returning to school for his senior year, the glass slipper is changed to a Zune.

There's are all streaming on Netflix, so get to binging!

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13 Meaningful 'Supernatural' Quotes

This show is about more than just monster-hunting.

Supernatural has proven its greatness once again by being renewed for a 13th season. Anyone who’s watched the show, and has most likely fallen in love with it, knows why it is immortal. The show that involves killing in each episode, yet can’t be killed, survives because of the messages underlying it. Messages of hope, of perseverance, of love, of family, and more broadly speaking, of life, are the fiber of Supernatural. The words of beloved characters like Sam, Dean, and Castiel can change people’s lives. Countless fans post on social media about how the show inspired them to tenaciously push through hardships and to keep fighting no matter what. How incredible is that?

So thank you Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, Misha Collins, and the rest of the wonderful cast for continuing to bring such powerful, imperfectly perfect characters to life. Characters that make mistakes. Characters that fall, but always get back up. Characters that will live on long past the show’s eventual ending. Until then, we will continue tuning in to the journey of our two favorite brothers and the angel they consider family, learning from impactful quotes, such as the following, along the way.

1. "If you’re going to have faith, you can’t just have it when miracles happen, you have to have it when they don’t.” (Layla, 1x12)

2. "Now I realize that there is no righteous path, it’s just people trying to do their best in a world where it is far too easy to do your worst." (Castiel, 10x09)

3. "We make our own future." (Dean, 5x04)

4. "You're wrong about humanity. They are your greatest creation because they're better than you are. Sure, they're weak, and they cheat and steal and destroy and disappoint, but they also give and create, and they sing and dance and love. Above all, they never give up." (Metatron, 11x20)

5. "Who cares where happiness comes from? Look, we're all a little weird, we're all a little wacky—some more than others—but...if it works, it works." (Dean, 9x12)

6. “It doesn’t matter what you are, it only matters what you do. It’s your choice.” (Sam, 4x04)

7. "They say you can’t protect your loved ones forever. Well, I say screw that. What else is family for?” (Ellen, 2x10)

8. “A wise man once told me, 'family don't end in blood.' But it doesn't start there either. Family cares about you, not what you can do for them. Family is there, for the good, bad, all of it. They got your back, even when it hurts. That's family.” (Dean quoting Bobby, 10x17)

9. “You don’t have to be ruled by fate. You can choose freedom.” (Castiel, 6x17)

10. "I will keep fighting. I'll keep swinging until I got nothing left." (Dean, 10x20)

11. "The human soul is not a rubber ball. It's vulnerable, impermanent, but stronger than you know. And more valuable than you can imagine." (Death, 6.11)

12. "We're far from perfect, but we are good." (Sam, 10x23)

13. "No matter how much it hurts, no matter how hard it gets, you gotta keep grinding." (Dean, 11x15)

~Carry On~

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My Rotten Tomato Review Of The Recent 'Captian Marvel' Movie

I'll give you more than just a percentage


This new movie was released March 8th of 2019.

The story follows Carol Danvers as she becomes one of the universe's most powerful heroes when Earth is caught in the middle of a galactic war between two alien races. Set in the 1990s, Captain Marvel is an all-new adventure from a previously unseen period in the history of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Now I don't claim to be a movie critic and I'll be honest, I haven't seen all the movies in the Marvel series but I've seen a majority of them. By far Captain Marvel was one of the most confusing movies to follow and it couldn't keep my attention for the whole time. Captain Marvel has received an 80% on rotten tomatoes and a 7.1/10 from IMDb. But I have learned that normally movies that get a good rate on rotten tomatoes tend to not be the best. 60% of the audience that reviewed it actually enjoyed the movie.

"Lacking the wit and graphic oomph that sometimes rescues the Marvel franchise from terminal fatigue, "Captian Marvel" is yet another origin story for yet another superhero"

But in the standings of origin stories, Captain Marvel doesn't even stand on the same level as the origin stories of say-the OG Captain America or even Spiderman. While the movie does embrace female empowerment and breaking out of their shackles, the lead actress feels kept in check for much of the movie. She is reminded to keep her strength under control and minimized. The actor, herself, doesn't really start acting until 30 minutes into the movie and maintains a robot act.

The uncertainty of cuts between what would be reality and flashbacks had my mind in a boggle. There is an insight into Captain Marvels mind and it makes the audience just as confused as she appears to be. Overall the movie feels a little gimmicky and dragged out.

But, on the bright side, it did score the biggest worldwide launch of all time for a female-led movie, scoring the sixth best worldwide start of all time with $455 million.

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