Hey! Look at me! I managed to make it back for a second month of B4UC1T. Last month, you may have gone to see Paddington 2 or The Death Cure. If you did, I hope they were all you hoped they would be.
First up, on February 9, is Peter Rabbit. It’s based on the characters by Beatrix Potter. Another one from my childhood that I love. I actually think it has to do with the fact that my grandpa loved animal movies. That must be why I look on children’s movies with such nostalgia.
I’ve been looking forward to Black Panther since I found out he was going to have his own movie. I’ve read some of the comic books, but I tend to find Marvel’s rhetorical style a little disjointed, and only read the first bind up. Doesn’t mean I’m not going to be in the theatre basking in the beautiful blackness on the screen.
And finally, this month, we have Every Day, adapted from the book of the same name by David Levithan. I didn’t even know this was going to be a movie until well after the trailer dropped. A friend of mine, who knows I read a lot of YA, tagged me in the comments of the trailer on Facebook and asked if I was familiar with it. Every Day was one I read well after it had been released, but I remember waking up early on my birthday one year just so I could finish it before I went to work.