movies

Oscars 2019: Recap

I stayed up last night, watching the Oscars. I was awake from 2:00 until 5:30, even though I had to go the school on Monday morning. The things I do for the Oscars, oh my god. Anyhow, I didn’t regret it for a bit. I watched people getting their deserved Oscar, but also the ones that I didn’t want to win to big (Ahum, Bohemian Rhapsody and Black Panther, sorry).… Read More »Oscars 2019: Recap

The Truman Show (and its shadow)

The Truman Show has been on my to-watch list for a fairly long time. Last Saturday, I finally got to tick it off my list. And boy, why didn’t I see this one before? The movie left a great impression behind and I will definitely watch this one again. Today, I want to talk about this movie and the truth in the moral of the story. Have fun reading this!… Read More »The Truman Show (and its shadow)

10 romantic movies to watch on Valentine’s day

Let’s start by wishing you all a happy Valentine’s day! I want to celebrate this day by sharing the best romantic movies with you. From rom-coms to drama’s: These are in my opinion the best movies to watch on Valentine’s day! 10. Call Me by Your Name It’s the 1980’s and seventeen-year-old Elio lives with his family in Italy, in a beautiful rural village. When his dad hires a research assistant, Oliver, Elio finds his world turned upside down. At first, he doesn’t seem to like Oliver at all, but things grow between the two of them and the guys… Read More »10 romantic movies to watch on Valentine’s day

January releases

I might be a bit late, January has started a few days ago. Nevertheless, I’ve still made a short list of the movie releases this month! What movies are you going to watch this month? Cinema A Dog’s Way Home (January 11, USA) A dog travels 400 miles in search of her owner. Starring Bryce Dallas Howard (voice), Ashley Judd en Alexandra Shipp Glass (January 17, NL) Security guard David… Read More »January releases

2018 recap

This year has been pretty huge for me. I finished my first year in higher education, I got my propedeuse (got all of my EC’s in the first year), went a few days to Paris, a few days to Bologna and a week to the Veluwe. And I started this – my blog. The year is almost over, which means I have to recap. Not only my personal year, but also… Read More »2018 recap

Movie ABC

Let’s try something new. I’m going to make a list with the alphabet and the first movies I can name with these letters. I’m not going to use Google or any other tools. I will film the typing of the list, a  video can be found below. (Not the video of the timing though, a much fancier video!) A few predictions: The Q will be hard, the X will be hard… Read More »Movie ABC

A Star is Born will dominate Awards Season

Last Thursday, I saw A Star is Born, the new movie directed by Bradley Cooper, starring himself and Lady Gaga. I was very much looking forward to this movie, so when two of my friends asked me if I wanted to come along with them to the cinema: YESYESYES!!! This movie is the fourth adaptation of the same story, the first one being in 1937. There’s been one version starring… Read More »A Star is Born will dominate Awards Season

Underrated: Hunt for the Wilderpeople

I have this watchlist full of movies I’ve never seen. On this list was Hunt for the Wilderpeople. Last week, I finally watched this movie from director Taiki Waititi and here’s what I thought of it. Short summaryRicky is a bit of a problem child and has been in an out of foster families a lot. He’s yet again been transferred to another foster family in the middle of the… Read More »Underrated: Hunt for the Wilderpeople

September movie releases

September has begun for a week now, but nevertheless a summarize of movies coming out this month! All descriptions are from IMDb. Which movies are you most looking forward to? CinemaPeppermint (6 sept)“Peppermint is a revenge story centering on a young mother who finds herself with nothing to lose, and is now going to take from her enemies the very life they stole from her.”– Starring Jennifer Garner, John Gallagher… Read More »September movie releases

Movies that made me cry – Part 1

I can’t help it, but I’m a pretty emotional girl. The smallest things can make me cry (Lately there have been a few tears when watching baby elephants, for instance). Movies obviously make me cry too sometimes. I think the first movie that made me cry, was actually Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Since then there have been lots and lots more movies where I shed a little tear.… Read More »Movies that made me cry – Part 1