Quotes And Leadership Lessons From Bad Boys For Life

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Will Smith and Martin Lawrence return to their roles as Detective Mike Lowrey and Detective Marcus Burnett (respectively). Their dangerous, brash style of police work is back again after an almost 17-year absence.

Lowrey and Burnett are Miami police officers who have to deal with new problems than they’re used to. Burnett wants to retire and take care of his family. Lowrey is still caught up in the flash and style of Miami. An old flame of Lowrey’s reappears and may be the death of him. And then there’s something Lowrey did 24 years ago that changed his life forever.

Will Smith and Martin Lawrence in Bad Boys For Life

Whether you’re a fan of the original Bad Boys or haven’t seen the previous two movies (you can purchase them on Amazon), there’s something in Bad Boys For Life for every viewer. You might enjoy the flashy cars, the fashion statements, or the way Burnett loves his family.

Quotes And Leadership Lessons From 1917

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It seems I am wanting to say this more and more but quite a few recent movie releases have been absolutely fantastic. 1917 stands above so many movies I’ve seen I may claim it is the best movie I have seen in my lifetime. That’s saying a lot as Pam and I have seen a lot of movies.

1917 tells the story of Lance Corporal Tom Blake (Dean-Charles Chapman) and Lance Corporal Will Schofield (George MacKay). Blake has been given a mission to get a message to Colonel MacKenzie (Benedict Cumberbatch) regarding an impending German ambush. Not only does Blake need to get this message to Colonel MacKenzie to save 1,600 men. Blake needs to deliver this message to save his brother, Lieutenant Joseph Blake (Richard Madden).

George MacKay as Lance Corporal Schofield in 1917

Quotes And Leadership Lessons From Charlie’s Angels 2019

They’ve returned after a sixteen-year absence. The Angels have returned. To be honest, I’m not sure their return was a good thing but it has happened.

Critics have panned the latest Charlie’s Angels movie. Moviegoers are avoiding the new movie. And the movie has failed to live up to the hype.

Does this make the latest Charlie’s Angels movie a bad movie? No, not really. I actually enjoyed the newest film in the series.

Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott, and Ella Balinska in Charlie's Angels 2019

While cheesy, it is what you expect from a Charlie’s Angel movie. Three women, fighting crime, and a plot twist. You get what you pay for with this movie.

But you can get more out of Charlie’s Angels than a few cheap thrills. You can pull leadership lessons from Charlie’s Angels. I hope you’ll give the movie a shot. I think you might be surprised despite the hate the movie has received.

Quotes And Leadership Lessons From Spies In Disguise

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Spies In Disguise is a cute, fun animated movie. Lance Sterling (Will Smith) is a super spy for H.T.U.V. (Honor, Trust, Unity, and Valor). Everyone loves him. He’s the star of the agency. Walter Beckett couldn’t be more different than Lance. Walter (Tom Holland from the latest Spider-Man movies) is a super-nerd and weird. He creates non-lethal weapons under the radar at the spy agency.

When the two meet and Lance accidentally drinks Walter’s “biodynamic concealment” concoction that was supposed to make him invisible. The concoction did, in a sense, make Lance invisible. By drinking the concoction, Lance is turned into a pigeon.

Will Smith and Tom Holland's characters in Spies In Disguise giving one another fist bumps

Pigeons are largely overlooked in society. No one questions why a pigeon may be in the area. It’s there to get food and annoy people, right?!?

Quotes And Leadership Lessons From Star Wars Episode 9: The Rise Of Skywalker

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This weekend saw the ninth main entry in the original Star Wars movie series. Having spanned more than 40 years, The Rise Of Skywalker closed the book (supposedly) on the story of the Skywalkers.

We’ve seen the good (A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back, Return Of The Jedi, and The Force Awakens), the bad (The Phantom Menace, Attack Of The Clones, and Revenge Of The Sith), and the mediocre (The Last Jedi). Sprinkled between the main entries in the Star Wars saga were Solo and Rogue One. And now we have The Rise Of Skywalker.

Rey and Kylo Ren From Star Wars Episode 9

The Rise Of Skywalker is a fitting end to the Star Wars Skywalker saga. It ties up the previous 8 movies with a touching end and a great new start.

There will be haters of The Rise Of Skywalker. There were for the other movies. It’s certain for this one as well.