Alice is about to return to Wonderland but things have changed and not for the better. As she must attempt to save the Mad Hatter who is going through a very difficult time.
A man and woman begin flirting with each other at a wedding, but is everything as it seems with the sexual tension that is so obvious between them?
Probably the best feeling is when your not really sure about going to see a film and you end up enjoying it. You find it to be a lot more insightful than you first thought and leave the cinema feeling glad that you decided to see that film that maybe didn’t have the best trailer going, or the story you thought would be predictable. I think it’s important to log which films leave you feeling like this, as when you see one you hate you can remember the element of surprise to keep you going!
A live action retelling of the story of Cinderella who loses everything when her beloved father dies, leaving her to have to live in her home with her Stepmother and awful step sisters. They keep her looked in the attic and make her do all of the cleaning and cooking. We know her has Ella this time though, and they give her the name Cinderella.
Here we go again.
I mean that in two different ways. The first being a second blog post more about life and love but using the films I love. Tonight’s post comes with a rather heartbreaking quote from The Sound of Music. Well I find it that way, considering it is the Baroness who says it to Maria about the Captain. You know the man she is actually engaged to! But the more you think about that quote the more you realise that it is true, if he knows how you feel then it seems to work against you. If he isn’t sure then he’s all for you. Seriously men you really are the complicated ones!
This may seem a rather controversial post considering Draco is Harry Potter’s enemy, but is it really as extreme as that was the years pass and things change at Hogwarts? I am not really sure how this post will go down with people in all honesty as at times it probably does seem crazy to feel sorry for Draco.
I must obviously state that this post does contain SPOILERS
The story of Maud Watts and how she becomes a foot solider for the Suffragette’s fighting for women’s right to vote. In the process though is it going to cost her everything she had?
Due to having a holiday in Houston, Texas I managed to see this film out in the US a good month before it’s release in the UK! Well it has had quite a lot of build up with the different trailers being around for quite a while now.
The massive worldwide musical hit takes to the big screen in a massive production with a fantastic cast. I have been looking forward to this film for so long now, and to start it certainly did not disappoint. It’s amazing and one of the best films I’ve seen, emotional from start to finish with incredible performances.