Saturday, March 30, 2024

The Mismatched Couples Blogathon – Day 2 Recap


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We’re back for Day Two of the Mismatched Couples Blogathon, hosted by Yours Truly and the sensational Gill from Realweegiemidget Reviews. If you think you’ve seen it all, well, hold your horses, because we have much more in store for you today, with nine more posts! 

King Kong

Quick reminder: Since Gill and I reside several time zones apart, one of us is usually online. To ensure that your post receives the most coverage, please be sure to send your link(s) to both of us. If you’ve signed up, but your post isn’t quite ready, we’ll feature it on Day Day Three. Latecomers are also welcome (just drop us a line). Post a comment below, email me at, or DM me on Twitter (@barry_cinematic). You may also contact Gill by commenting on her post), or through her blog’s Contact Me page.

Steamboat Bill, Jr.

In addition to today’s links, be sure to visit the Day 1 Recap, and watch out for Day 3!


Here we go with Day Two’s submissions…


The Out-of-Towners Poster

Chris at Angelman’s Place journeys to The Big Apple for The Out-of-Towners (1970). 

The Banshees of Inisherin Poster

What happens when best friends Padraic and Colm drift apart? David from Movie Reviews in the Dark looks at The Banshees of Inisherin (2022).  


Grumpy Old Men Poster

Grumpier Old Men Poster

Kayla from Whimsically Classic takes a deep dive into the Grumpy Old Men series (1993/1995).  


The More the Merrier Poster

Carol from The Old Hollywood Garden invites you to join her for her review of TheMore the Merrier (1943).  

What a Carve-Up Poster

Virginie at The Wonderful World of Cinema reviews What a Carve-Up! (1963). 


High School Musical

Emily at The Flapper Dame has a reunion with High School Musical (2006). 


Rampage Poster

Toni Ruberto from Watching Forever tells us if Dwayne Johnson has met his match in Rampage (2018). 


Lillies of the Field Poster

Rebecca from Taking Up Room takes a moment to admire Lillies of the Field (1961).  


Pink Flamingos Poster

And finally, let me be your guide as I discuss a budding romance between Edie the Egg Lady and The Egg Man in John Waters’ notorious Pink Flamingos (1972). 




  1. Hi, my post is now live:

    1. Hi, Debbie! Thanks for joining. I'll add a link to your post for tonight's Day 3 recap!

  2. Hello! I apologize for the late submission of my blogathon entry, but here's my review of 'Easter Parade'!

    1. Hi there! I added a link to your post for the Day 3 recap. Thanks for joining!