Every June it’s Pride Month. Lots of rainbows appear everywhere, people share their stories on social media and the LGBTQ community gets love from all over the world. I also chose to bring Pride Month to the attention and – of course – in the form of movies. In this blog post, I’ll write a
A few years ago, I watched Mr. Bean’s Holiday. Mr. Bean, winning a vacation to the south of France, goes on the road trip to reach the end destination: Cannes. He ends up actually going to the Cannes Film Festival, totally by accident. That was the first time I ever heard about the festival and
Every now I then, I watch a movie and have the urge to tell everybody about it. Last week, I saw Hugo and I immediately wanted to let everybody know it. This movie is a few years old but still of the best movies I’ve ever seen. I asked my friends at school if they’ve
Yesterday, I went to see Avengers: Endgame. I was really, really looking forward to seeing it. I ordered my tickets two weeks in advance and skipped a class at school to go see it. Was it worth it? AB-SO-LUTELY! Because I obviously don’t want to spoil anything, this will be a spoiler-free Endgame review. Marvel
Some of you might ship characters, some of you might have a (secret) crush on a character and some of you absolutely despite some characters. There’s a lot going on, characterwise. I too, of course, have some favorite characters. I have made a list (not in a particular order) of my favorite characters. Marius Pontmercy
Wes Anderson isn’t an uncommon name for most people. With movies like The Grand Budapest Hotel, Moonlight Kingdom and Fantastic Mr. Fox, he wrote and directed great movies. He stands out and exactly that makes him unique. Either you like his movies or you don’t. Read all about him, his style and my opinion below.
So yeah, I have to admit something to y‘all. I’m pretty emotional and this showed pretty recently, like fifteen minutes ago. I’m absolutely in love with The Lion King, and can’t wait for the remake coming out this July. The new movie must live up to it’s predecessor, and I was afraid that won’t happen.
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
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
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