Movie Review: Hotel Transylvania 2

This post was written by correspondent Robert Sunshine and edited by me.~missemmamm

 
Warning: Spoilers Abound (for the first film, as well)

ht2 fam

Hello, children. Today, I have a special little story for you. Recently, missemmamm, my lovely temptress, and I decided to go see a movie. What movie did we go see, you ask? Well, keep reading and I might tell you. Man, you guys can be impatient sometimes, you know?

Anyway, we went to go see Hotel Transylvania 2. It’s that movie with Adam Sandler and Andy Samberg, whose names sound extremely close to each other. The fact that they both were musical talent on SNL also seems a little more of a coincidence. But, oh well, back on to my ravings of a mad man.

The story of the first Hotel Transylvania took place in the year whatever the fuck. Dracula builds a castle for the protection of all monsters, including his newborn baby girl, to save them from the horrors of the human race. As years pass, his child wishes to leave the castle and explore the world. Fearing for her safety, Adam Draculer builds a fake city using zombies as townsfolk to scare her from leaving. It works. Yada, Yada, Yada.

Andy Sandberg shows up and is like “dude”. The daughter, having never met another man her age, falls in love instantly. Now, the reason I’m talking about the story of the first movie isn’t really to give you a lot of backstory. It’s to show that this movie is already giving a bit of a racial undertone. Dracula is afraid of Andy Johnnystein because he is a human and humans are not to be trusted. Now, we don’t really see any hints of racism show up until his daughter starts to express her feelings. Dracula says that it’s unheard of, disgusting, and fearful. In the end, they fall in love. Dracula accepts Andy into his vampire heart and accepts his daughter is going to love him, regardless of his opinion.

Now, let’s turn to the second movie. I just want to point out that I know everything in this movie was in all good fun. I’m not trying to derail you from watching this movie, because I personally loved it. The message they were getting across isn’t the blatant racism, but how they react to it. It’s how in the end, it didn’t matter the race of species. Whether monster or human, mattered, but how they were able to accept each other, rather than just tolerate them. The story of the movie itself is incredible. The general racism in the movie is only there to show that in the end, none of it mattered. Then again, as I said, earlier, these are probably just the ramblings of a mad man who pays too much attention to these movies. Okay, now that that’s out of the way…

hotel transylvania 2 wedding

hotel transylvania 2 son

Now, fast forward a few years. The young couple are married. They have a half-breed baby, half vampire and half human. Now, I wont go into too much detail about this movie, except for a couple key parts. Mavis wants to move to Andy’s hometown. Dracula wants them to stay for two reasons: he wants to protect the baby from the outside world and he wants to try to get the child’s baby fangs to grow. Everyone believes the boy is human, but Dracula is determined to prove otherwise.

Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally in Hotel Transylvania 2

Okay, so there’s the general plot. Now, Andy’s parents are your typical suburban couple, who are now in the movie series to show their tolerance of monsters. Thinking they are abnormal and that their grandson shouldn’t be in that kind of environment, because they think that he is a human as well. Now to try to convince them to stay, they brought two “mixed couples” to show how “progressive there community is”. One of the couples was supposed to be a werewolf and a woman. The man who they thought was a werewolf just had a big beard. So, it was generally just typical monster profiling. There’s another scene, in which Dracula’s father made it very clear how disgusting he thought it was that humans and monsters were mingling together. There is actually a straight shot of his face saying that it’s wrong. That’s when it went from subtle to in your face.

ht2 granddad

Finally, at the end of the movie, the grandfather’s henchman, realizing that the baby was a half-breed, screamed his own personal disgust. After threatening his friend, the boys vampire blood awoke to kick some serious racist ass. Following, was an incredible fight scene of bats versus humans and monsters working together. The whole movie moving to a head, into a full blown race war, goddamn. Now, in the end of the movie, they won, kicking ass. Good triumphs over evil.

Like I said, I really, really liked this movie, including the art style and the story. Usually, whenever it comes to sequels, I’m very touch and go. However, this one really was an enjoyable ride. As I said earlier, I’m not discouraging anyone to see this movie. Racial undertones were definitely in it, but only to show a positive message that it is not okay to treat somebody differently. Whether they are human, monster, or unicorn.

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Photos are from the official Hotel Transylvania Facebook

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missemmamm’s Top August 2015 Golden Tote Picks

What is Golden Tote?

Golden Tote is a monthly fashion service. Unlike most monthly bags, boxes or crates, you are only charged if you login and make a purchase. New styles are released (at least) monthly, though. You can purchase a $49 small tote, a $99 surprise tote or a $149 large tote. Shipping is free if you spend at least $149.

The cool thing about this service is that it’s curated. This means that if you choose the small tote, you can choose one tote item and then they pick a surprise item for you, based off of your style profile. For the $149 tote, you choose two items and then receive 3 or 4 more that are surprises. The $99 tote is 4 surprises.

Stylists also work off of your notes. So if you absolutely love maxis, let them know! You can even mention surprises by name and they will try to get you them, if they are available. You can also buy additional items from their boutique. If you buy them while getting a tote, then they may be offered at a great discount.

If you would like to join Golden Tote, click here. (Please note: This is a referral link. If you purchase through my link, then I get a $10 credit towards my purchase.) Now, these are just my personal favorites. There are many other styles available this month.

Totes go on sale on the first Monday of the month. So, August’s sale launches on Monday, August 3rd at 12PM EST. Hop on ASAP to get your size in your favorites.

in the TOTES and the BOUTIQUE

relaxed dr pink

midi dr pnk

midi dr pnk bk

Relaxed Midi Dress
Available:
In the $149 tote
Boutique price: $46
Add-on price: $35

in blue, green, or pink

I wasn’t even sure that I was going to include this dress, at first. It’s a bit boxy for my shape. However, I love this shade of pink. Plus the exposed zipper back is so Bridget Fonda being cool in the 90s. I really wish it came in black as well. That would be amazeballs. I do love the length, yes it’s a midi, great for us shorties out there. It is 100% polyester and is lined to mid thigh. This is listed as being true to size and the chest measurements seem to confirm that: small 34″, medium 36″, and large 37″.

puella dest dr pnk

puella dest dr pnk bk

puella dest dr gr

Puella Destination Dress
Available:
In the $149 tote
Boutique price: $78
Add-on price: $40

in green/white stripe, black, or mauve/olive stripe

I’m not usually in the OMG Puella crowd. However, the draping design in pink is fantabulous! It is 61% polyester, 33% rayon, and 6% spandex. It’s listed as running true to size. Measurements aren’t currently available, but going by the size that the model is wearing, I’d say that it runs a bit large.

island getaway dr blu

island getaway dr blu bk

island getaway dr red

Island Getaway Dress
Available:
In the $149 tote
Boutique price: $52
Add-on price: $40

in red or teal

This is super cute in teal. This really would be cool for a cruise or the beach. I think it would be nice for just a dinner out, as well, though. This dress even has pockets. It is 94% rayon and 6% spandex. It’s listed as running true to size, but going by the model’s sizing and chest measurements I’d say that it runs small: small 26″, medium 28″, and large 29″. It must stretch a lot though.

daydream b dress blk

daydream b dress blue

Daydream Believer Dress
Available:
In the $149 tote
Boutique price: $42
Add-on price: $35

in turquoise or black

Everything about this is awesome, from the style to the color selection to the Monkees’ inspired name! This lacy, sheer dress is 60% cotton and 40% polyester. It’s listed as true to size with a loose fit. Even considering that, it seems to run very large though. Chest measurements: small 41″, medium 44″, and large 46″.

work play bl pnk

work play blouse pink bk

work play bl taupe

Work or Play Blouse
Available:
In the $49 tote and $149 tote
Boutique price: $42
Add-on price: $35

in taupe or green

I’m just all about the color scheme of this green top. It is 97% polyester and 3% spandex. It’s listed as true to size and that sounds accurate with a slightly loose fit, going by the chest measurements: 37″ small, 39″ medium, and and 41″ large.

joggers

floral joggers blue back

floral joggers pink

Fun Floral Joggers
Available:
In the $149 tote
Boutique price: $52
Add-on price: $35

in pink or navy

Okay, I definitely won’t be getting these because I haven’t found joggers to be flattering on me in the past and the placement of those pockets is not going to work for my awesome booty. However, I grew up wearing similar print leggings as a teen and still think they are cute, so if you can pull them off, get em! They are listed as 60% cotton, 35% polyester, and 5% spandex. It says that they are true to size, but going by the size that the models wore, I’d say they run on the smaller side.

paisley skirt

paisley skirt bl

Paisley Perfect Maxi Skirt
Available:
In the $149 tote
Boutique price: $52
Add-on price: $40

in black multi or ivory multi

I just adore the design of this 100% rayon skirt, especially in the ivory. BTW-Yes, rayon! I find it so much cooler than polyester! Waist measurements are currently unavailable, but it’s listed as true to size. Going by the size that the models wore, I’d say that’s probably accurate.

pencil skirt bl

pencil skirt olive back

Perfect Pencil Skirt
Available:
In the $49 tote and $149 tote
Boutique price: $42
Add-on price: $35

in black or olive

This is incredibly simple, but nice. Even though this is a staple, I’m sure that some ladies still need one to round out there wardrobe. Plus, if you don’t, pick up the twist on this classic in olive. So pretty and mod. It is 53% cotton, 44% nylon, and 3% spandex. It’s listed as being true to size, but going by the models’ sizing, I’d say that it runs on the smaller side.

in the BOUTIQUE

ACCESSORIES

take me away bag

take me away bag ins

Take Me Away Bag
$58

in beige

This would rock to take on trips. It’s classy and simple. The inside is just darling.

double twist waist belt

Double Twist Waist Belt
$12

in black, brown, or red

The texture and design of these makes them a must buy.

everyday skinny belt

Everyday Skinny Belt
$7

in black, brown, olive, or blue

At first glance, these are nothing special. However, these are some perfect fall shades!

mykonos headband

Mykonos Headband
$12

in blue multi

This sweet headband is almost enough to get me to try it out, even on my super unruly hair.

wide brim hat model

wide brim hat

Wide Brim Hat
$24

in navy

The model looks so bitchin in this. I need this for my more masculine days.

gladiator wedge on model

gladiator wedge br

gladiator wedge

Gladiator Wedge
$30

in black or brown

These are just fun and sexy. I may even like the brown more than the black.

triple strap sandal

Triple Strap Sandal
$20

in silver multi

These are so simple that I almost didn’t include them. However, if they are even slightly comfortable and don’t have something between the toes, then they are worth it.

glam rock necklace

Glam Rock Necklace
$20

in gold

This is fun, big and has a great name.

new age necklace

New Age Necklace
$14

in silver

This is sorta futuristic. It would be a fun addition to a lot of outfits.

arrow earrings

Arrow Earrings
$8

in gold

Yes, I want these simply because Arrow is one of my favorite shows.

bunny face earrings

Bunny Face Earrings
$8

in gold

These are just adorable.

dangle hoop earrings

Dangle Hoop Earrings
$12

in gold

These would go well with casual or dressy styles.

giraffe earrings gold

Giraffe Earrings
$8

in silver or gold

These are just adorable. They would also go well with GT’s recent giraffe dress.

horsheshoe stud earrings

Horseshoe Stud Earrings
$8

in gold

Yes, I mainly just want these because of a lingering Carrie Bradshaw addiction. Don’t judge me.

take flight earrings

Take Flight Earrings
$8

in silver

These would go well with so many styles, not just bird themed ones.

hanging disk arm cuff

Hanging Disk Arm Cuff
$11

in gold

This just seems fun and mystical.

wooden elephant bracelet green

wooden elephant bracelet

Wooden Elephant Bracelet
$8

in blue multi or green multi

This bracelet is a fun fusion of materials and topped of with an elephant!

If you would like to join Golden Tote, click here. (Please note: This is a referral link. If you purchase through my link, then I get a $10 credit towards my purchase. Now, these are just my personal favorites. There are many other styles available this month.

Photos are via Golden Tote’s tumblr and the Facebook trading group.

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missemmamm’s Top July 2015 Golden Tote Picks

Golden Tote is a monthly fashion service. Unlike most monthly bags, boxes or crates, you are only charged if you login and make a purchase. New styles are released (at least) monthly, though. You can purchase a $49 small tote, a $99 surprise tote or a $149 large tote. Shipping is free if you spend at least $149.

The cool thing about this service is that it’s curated. This means that if you choose the small tote, you can choose one tote item and then they pick a surprise item for you, based off of your style profile. For the $149 tote, you choose two items and then receive 3 or 4 more that are surprises. The $99 tote is 4 surprises.

Stylists also work off of your notes. So if you absolutely love maxis, let them know! You can even mention surprises by name and they will try to get you them, if they are available. You can also buy additional items from their boutique. If you buy them while getting a tote, then they may be offered at a great discount. This is the first month that GT has started offering swimwear and shoes!

If you would like to join Golden Tote, click here. (Please note: This is a referral link. If you purchase through my link, then I get a $10 credit towards my purchase.) Now, these are just my personal favorites. There are many other styles available this month.

Totes go on sale on the first Monday of the month. So, July’s sale launches on Monday, July 6 at 12PM EST. Hop on ASAP to make sure you can get your size in your favorites.

in the TOTES and the BOUTIQUE

leopard Collage
Ladylike Leopard Maxi Dress
Available:
In the $149 tote
Boutique price: $52
Add-on price: $40

in peach or aqua (I want both!)

I love this. It’s the item that I want the most this month. It features a cute back, tie waist and slit. It’s made of 100% polyester. This is supposed to run true to size. I guess that is with a relaxed fit though, as these are the measurements for the chest: 36″ small, 38″ medium and 40″ large.

tie dye Collage
Step Bright Up Dress
Available:
In the $149 tote
Boutique price: $62
Add-on price: $40

in magenta or yellow

This maxi is just super fun. It is also 100% polyester. It’s listed as true to size, but seems to run smaller than the last dress. Chest measurements are: 30″ small, 32″ medium and 34″ large.

denim skirt collage
Classic Denim Skirt
Available:
In the $49 tote and $149 tote
Boutique price: $35
Add-on price: $30

This is really a simple, classic skirt, but that’s what’s so great about it. It’s made of 98% cotton and 2% spandex. It’s listed as being true to size, but I think that it runs large, based on the waist measurements: 29″ small, 31″ medium and 33″ large.

crossover Collage
Draped Crossover Blouse
Available:
In the $49 tote and $149 tote
Boutique: $35
Add-on: $30

in ivory or navy

This 100% rayon, draped top just catches my eye. It features a faux wrap front. It is listed as being true to size, but sounds a bit large. The small has a chest measurement of 40″.

coverup Collage
Lounging Poolside Swim Cover
Available:
In the $149 tote
Boutique price: $48
Add-on price: $35

in pink multi, mint or navy

This is super sweet. All of the colors rock, but I’d go with the pink. This is 100% rayon. It’s said to run true to size, with a loose fit. The chest on the small measures 52″.

in the BOUTIQUE

SWIMWEAR

Feather Print Bikini
Feather Print Bikini
$14 per piece
sizes s-l

This is a cool cut and a super fun print. I’m not sure about this fitting anyone who doesn’t have a small chest though. It runs true to size.

Garden Floral One-Piece
Garden Floral One-Piece
$35
sizes s-xl

I really dig the cut and classic print of this suit. It runs true to size.

Paisley Print Tankini
Paisley Print Tankini
$14 per piece
sizes s-l

I would definitely wear this. I actually have a set that is similar, so it wouldn’t be out of my comfort zone at all. The ruching on the bottoms is adorable. It runs true to size.

SHOES

butterfly bobos
Butterfly Slip-Ons
$20
sizes 5.5-10

Bobos are always comfy and easy to wear. This is definitely a fun print for the summer. They run true to size.

floral flats
Floral d’Orsay Flats
$24
sizes 5.5-10

These look comfortable, but just dressy enough to be worn for special occasions as well. They run true to size.

woven sandal
Goldilicious Woven Sandal
$22
sizes 5.5-10

Sexay! They run true to size.

glad
Everyday Gladiator Sandals
$20
sizes 5.5-10

These seem a bit plain at first glance. However, I’ve had a similar style in black and I reached for them until they wore out. So these would definitely be awesome to get. They run true to size.

ACCESSORIES

silver shell cuff
Silver Shell Cuff
$12

This would look hot with sleeveless dresses and tops.

Aurora Headband
Aurora Headband
$12

in gold or green (teal)

I’m not really a headband person, but I’d make an exception for this cutie.

classic floppy hat $20
Classic Floppy Hat
$20

I just adore hats, even though I don’t wear them as often these days. This is a perfect summer hat.

canvas foldover clutch in birds or elepants
Canvas Foldover Clutch
$14

in birds or elephants

This is just fun. GT has offered this before and it sells out fast.

watermelon slice purse
Watermelon Slice Purse
$18

So adorable and summery.

Feather Party Belt
Feather Party Belt
$14

This would work well with flowy dresses and tops.

intricate waist belt
Intricate Waist Belt
$12

in black or ivory

This is a bit thick, but looks like something that I’d reach for often.

Pineapple Clasp Belt
Pineapple Clasp Belt
$10

in pink or turquoise

super cute

Stone Disk Necklace
Stone Disk Necklace
$18

in black, purple or gray

I don’t wear much jewelry, but this is just awesome! It’s totally reminiscent of those geode bookends that all of us had back in junior high.

SURPRISES
july surprises

surp butterfly kimono

bicycle dress

There seem to be some really great surprise items coming to us this month. I’m interested in the butterfly kimono, bicycle dress and the orange tropical print dress.

If you would like to join Golden Tote, click here. (Please note: This is a referral link. If you purchase through my link, then I get a $10 credit towards my purchase. Now, these are just my personal favorites. There are many other styles available this month.

Photos are via Golden Tote’s tumblr and the Facebook trading group.

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2015 Philly Wizard World: Meeting Matthew Mercer

This post was written by correspondent Robert Sunshine and edited by me.~missemmamm

photo is by Steve Cranston

photo is by Steve Cranston

Matthew Miller, also known as Mathew Motherfucking Mercer, is a voice acting icon and legend, lending his voice to many television shows and video games, Oh god, so many video games. He’s worthy of gushing over as one of my personal favorite voice actors, right up there with Tara Strong, the sexy vixen of a thousand voices.

Now, personally I’m a rather big fan of animated television shows. One is a show called Attack on Titan, a post-apocalyptic anime about the life of an emotionally unstable teenager, bent on vengeance against an army of naked, man-eating giants. Sound fun? Well it should be, especially when introducing the most bad-ass, titan killing motherfucker this side of the wall.

Now, this time around, I’m not really going to talk about every show he’s been in. I’ll save you the list, believe me. Instead I’m going to tell you about my personal experience with meeting this man.

My lovely partner missemmamm and I were in Philadelphia, enjoying the delights of Wizard World Comic Con. It was day two and dear god, I was tired as hell. I had just been walking around in a jester costume, posing for pictures, and running from panel to panel-to see all of the famous actors, answering scripted questions asked by the panel’s moderator. The only reason why I’m so perturbed is mainly, because I didn’t get to ask my obviously important question involving a drinking game for Arrow.

Any who, I was a little more than tired. We were in a line to meet Cary Elwes for a picture. Now, I kinda knew who he was at the time and she was super excited to meet him. I was half in and out before she had mentioned there was going to be a meet and greet for a man who plays on Attack on Titan. So, we parted ways, and I started my little adventure of maneuvering through all of the Doctor Who posters and tattoo artists.

The room he was in was in the building, but so far from the actual convention that there was no music playing. Only a few people actually knew he was there, so the conversations were actually a lot more personal. After a small chat with everyone, a a fitness/combat training instructor walked into the room, and it turned from a meet and greet into a self defense class.

It was fucking incredible, but I was sore from the day, so I only made it about halfway through the class. I decided to call it quits and stepped out. Matt was actually just right outside of the room texting on his phone. I thought it was probably the closest thing to an interview I was going to get, except it wasn’t an interview. Plus, I had absolutely no questions whatsoever, as I was distracted by the fact that I was talking to Levi from Attack on Titan. We stood there for a good part of 10-15 minutes just bullshitting. The guy is seriously down to earth. Most voice actors are. They are a severely underrated class of actor, but what are you gonna do, right?

mercer

Robert Sunshine with Matthew Mercer

In the end, I got a good couple of pictures with him, none of which had my face. I gotta say, I kinda regret not getting one. However, before the picture was taken, he made the suggestion that I wear the mask, because it was both creepy and awesome. I obliged. When an actor tells you to do something, you do it. Especially, when it is followed after a compliment.

After I went back to the main part of the convention, I told my story to missemmamm, like an excited 10 year old who just saw his favorite cartoon character live!!! Except, I was a 23 year old man, who saw his favorite cartoon character live. So, all in all it was a pretty good day.

Thanks to Wizard World for providing missemmamm and I with a complimentary weekend press pass to the 2015 Wizard World Philadelphia Comic Con. For info on Wizard World’s upcoming cons, please go here.

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Movie Review: Project Almanac

2 out of 5

project almanac cast

When I first started seeing trailers for Project Almanac, I was definitely curious. This time travel flick about selfish high schoolers looked pretty darn good. The trailer sucked you in with a group of friends using time travel for their own gain. Then it turns kind of creepy, when you see that time travel can, oops, screw things up.

Unfortunately, the movie definitely didn’t live up to the trailer for me. I thought maybe it was one of those instances with two many writers and/or directors, nope. One director and two writers. I’m currently exhausted and didn’t even feel like writing this review. I thought, I’ll find a review by someone with similar views and share that. I CAN’T FIND ONE! What? So, basically, others have issues with the science behind the film, but embraced what disappointed me. My views are a bit different.

Yes, there are definitely times that I thought, no, just no, that doesn’t make any science. Keep in mind, that I’m not scientifically minded. I’m pretty likely to not know if someone is using the correct piece when they are building something. I also don’t mind shutting off my mind to enjoy something fun, to an extent.

project almanac time machine

However, unlike others, I don’t believe that you need to see this JUST because it’s a time travel movie. As if, a dearth of movies means that poor ones should just exist to fill the void.

Have you seen the trailer? No?

Okay, now you have. You don’t even need to watch the movie. That is everything that you need to know and it doesn’t have to work, because it’s a trailer. You are supposed to want more.

What happens? Okay, a guy, his sister (a pretty, thin blonde who’s being bullied, *rolls eyes*), and his likeable friends build a time travel machine based on his late father’s plans. Later, a “hot”, popular girl joins their group and decides that she’s an integral part of it. IMHO, she is not.

At first, everything seems fine, the kids get money, popularity and sex. I’m not gonna lie, some of those scenes are amusing. They even get to see Imagine Dragons live. That’s super fun.



(from the same show this movie would have been filmed at)

Then the lead decides to start jumping around through time solo and disasters happen. If I were one of the kids, I would have rationalized the hell out of being at fault for huge disasters though, as one does. This is when the illogical time travel starts really bothering me. Now, it’s not just for fun. He has to fix things, but with the way that things have been going, I can’t buy what follows. Plus, even if I tried, it’s like he intentionally mucks things up.

I did enjoy his friends, but they didn’t get enough screen time. His love interest is annoying and the sister wasn’t onscreen long enough for me to form an opinion.

Yes, I’m impressed that this movie was filmed for around $3 million and earned about 10 times that much, but going into it, I didn’t know that. As a casual viewer that shouldn’t concern me. (Although, I’m sure producer Michael Bay is thrilled.) Another plus is that the film wasn’t overly long. Some found the fact that it’s set up as a found footage film to be a detractor. It slightly enhanced it for me, making the creepy scenes a bit creepier. Maybe, my biggest issue is that the lead becomes unlikable, but not annoying enough to completely hate. I like to have some strong feeling one way or another, when I’m watching someone’s story. I’m really only giving it 2 out of 5 stars for the initial premise and fun section of them just goofing around for personal gain.

SKIP IT

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