Eloise, finds herself seated with five fellow unwanted guests at the dreaded Table 19 after she is no longer maid of honour after breaking up with the brides brother who just happens to be the best man. He finished it all via text message, so let’s just say everything isn’t going to go to plan.
Each month I have now decided to do a preview/up and coming post of the films that are going to be coming to the cinema. So here we go for April in 2017 and which films we can look to go and see, or avoid I guess. *Note this is for UK releases*
Probably not going to be the best month of the year at the cinema but I certainly have two films that I am really looking forward to. Yes, I know that does not sound like many at all but when you take a look at the better films this month has on offer then I am sure you will fully understand.
So take a look at what is coming to a cinema near you this month . . .
Rachel is still struggling to get over her divorce and while riding the train into New York everyday has created stories for the people she can see from the window. The only problem is she also passes her old house, battling with her demons along the way. She is about to become even more involved than she could have ever imagined.
I still can’t help but think of Paul Rudd as Mike from Friends, but he certainly has come a very long way over the past twenty years. He certainly seems to be one of the most popular actors to take on the comedy genre and even taken that across to become a Superhero as well, a tiny little ant. Each role he makes his own and I am finding myself becoming more of a fan with each film I watch him in!
An emotional drama about a woman Emilia (Portman) who after having an affair marries the man after he gets a divorce and has a hostile relationship with her stepson due to his mother’s influence.
Fresh off her Oscar win this film which has two titles going around originally ‘Love and Other Impossible Pursuits’ and the most recently used ‘The Other Woman’. Fresh off her Oscar win on Sunday seems to have given this film fresh hope, looks pretty good performance wise to me with an interesting storyline to go along with it. Portman certainly is woman of the moment and that is fine by me!
I thought it would be good to have a post about my favorite TV Shows, which I have loved for years now and still watch over and over again. Yes they still make me happy and make me smile (and probably the odd episode makes me cry). There is not many shows that I really love and watch over and over. I can only think of 4 which fit into this category.
Sex and the City
It has been my ultimate favorite for so long now, I used to watch it every night as it was on paramount comedy over and over. From series 1 to 6 and when it was done, it used to start over again. With the addition of the movie and then the second movie which is due to start filming soon, this is just an obsession of mine that will never get old and go away. I appreciate SATC so much, I adore Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda a lot. I see different parts of each of them in myself and I am sure most other women do too. It it obviously is about one of my favorite things . . . sex, haha. But the friendships that is in the movie are just so fantastic as well I love it. I hope the friends I have now are my Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda . . . as believe it or not they are quite similar to them and myself with Carrie, I even have my own version of Mr Big. Yes it is all going to be heartache in that department.
The Golden Girls
“Thank you for being a friend” is the theme song to this show and its just such a nice theme song to have. I think when everyone reaches the stage of there lives which the Golden Girls are in, they will be saying thank you for being a friend to the people who are still around them, as I am assuming that it will more than likely be your friends. A group of retired women living together, who would really have thought it would have been a massive hit? But it really was in the 80’s. Yes I am too young to know it from the first time around, but I love it a lot and used to watch it when ever it was on and even set it to record. I adore how funny it is, and possibly SATC girls when they are older?
The ultimate favorite of the 90’s and it will always be one of my favorites. I still watch it when ever it is on to this day (which is like every day, on some channel, haha). I just do not find myself getting bored of “Friends” like ever. Its still funny no matter how many times you have seen the one where . . . I grew up with the friends guys and it was very sad when they decided to call it a day and the series was over. I think it could have still lasted a few more seasons. I wouldn’t say no to a movie version even if it does not sound the best idea in the world, but who cares it would still be amazing its friends.
Will & Grace
A guy gay and a straight girl who pretty much go on like a married couple, throw in another gay guy who is very camp and a woman with a high pitched squeaky voice and your onto a winner! Karen and Jack are probably the real stars of Will and Grace. They are so hilarious together and just make you laugh so much with the stupid things they say and do throughout the series. They defiantly provide my favorite moments in the show. The guest appearances on this were fantastic as well, Michael Douglas episode is my all time favorite.
This just looks funny from the poster . . .
So I have no idea what this movie is about, but I can take a pretty good guess by the title. The only reason this caught my attention is because Lisa Kudrow is in it !!! and I just love Friends Cast 🙂
I first saw this movie at the cinema, not long after it came out and I went with my mam. I always remember that I saw the trailer over and over and told my mam that it is the type of film that she would love too (and yes I was right). Lets start off by saying that before I went to see this in the cinema, I had never actually cried watching a film in the cinema before.