I am so nosy when it comes to seeing what other people are currently watching, reading and listening to. So, to help with my own intrigue, I've been writing a monthly post for a while now in which I share what I am reading, listening to and watching. Here is this month's currently I'm...
If you'd have told me at the beginning of the year that one of my favourite things would be to visit the cinema on my own, I'd have looked at you bemused. Why would I, a person who hates doing things alone, being left alone and sitting alone in a big room, go to the cinema on my own? Over the past 6 months though this has changed completely.
Would I really be me if I did not post a film review for Always and Forever? I've posted reviews for both To All the Boys and P.S I Still Love You before, so it only seems fitting to commemorate the ending of the series with a final film review. As I am writing this I am just starting my 4th watch through of the film (it has only been 2 days, HELP ME!), so as you can tell I'm quite obsessed with this series and movie. Here is my review!
Between 25th October and 8th November the wonderful Sarah and Sophie from The Little Contemporary Corner and I will be hosting the Crime Readathon. In those two weeks I won't be limiting myself to just reading crime books though, I am going to be watching some crime TV shows, documentaries and films! So, I thought I would share a list of some crime TV shows, documentaries and films that I would recommend if you'd like to join in! I am going to split this list into two parts, so, here is part one!
This film is adapted from the YA novel of the same name by Beth Reekles. It is certainly aimed at the younger end of teenagers and feels as though it would be loved by 14 to 15-year olds. I will say straight away that for that reason amongst others I was quite disappointed in both films in the series. Although the first one seems more thought out in my opinion and the second film felt rushed and unorganised. I have to say though I did enjoy putting them both on the TV and being able to zone out with a film for a while without having to concentrate much.
It has been 10 whole days since Hamilton the Musical was released on Disney+ and I can't count how many times I've watched it since then. I have loved Hamilton since way back in 2016, I listened to the soundtrack none stop until I was lucky enough to see it in the West End in 2018 and then again in 2019. My dream was always to see the orignal cast on Broadway but there was never any way for this to happen until now! I have so many thoughts on this so I wanted to share them! Here is my review of Hamilton the Musical!
It doesn't feel that long ago since I read The Sun Is Also a Star by Nicola Yoon but it was over 3 years ago. I loved the book a lot and as soon as I found out there was going to be a film adaptation, I was excited. I have literally just finished watching… Continue reading The Sun Is Also a Star – Film Review
At the start of 2020 I was in a little bit of a reading slump and didn't know what to pick up to get out of this slump. So, I went back to something I know that I love and something that I could very easily get into reading. Here is a little post all… Continue reading Re-Reading Harry Potter!
I am back once again with another film review, my first of 2020. If you didn’t know I have recently been watching a YA film adaptation each month and then reviewing it. This month I watched Let it Snow, which was actually adapted from a film into a YA novel of the same name by… Continue reading Let it Snow – Film Review
I am back once again with another film review. If you didn't know already I have recently been watching a YA film adaptation each month and then reviewing it. This month I watched Midnight Sun, which was actually adapted from a film into a YA novel of the same name by Trisha Cook. I have… Continue reading Midnight Sun – Film Review