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I carried a watermelon... Dirty Dancing at the Leeds Castle Open Air Cinema

There is something magical about watching a movie under the stars. Particularly when there is a beautiful castle in the background, and an epic picnic to tuck into at the same time…  192 more words

MY TOP 10 ROMANTIC & DRAMATIC MOVIES

I decided to embark on a little adventure. Well, really it isn’t something that would be considerable “exceedingly exciting” for most, but for me, reposing on my backrest in a comfortable, ambient state while simultaneously sipping on Tazo Zen green tea with the additive of honey and watching a good movie is exciting for me. 654 more words

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Moone Boy (Season 2) TV Review

I review a whole season rather than individual episodes, so there is a chance of spoilers. If you haven’t watched the whole season yet, stop reading now! 704 more words

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Confetti

If you have read my blog previously you understand that there have been Alot of Emotional highs and lows (admittedly more lows than highs) and recently I have been a little Too focused on the doom and gloom side of things, I cant promise that future posts wont be full of misery and self pity but I thought I would give you all a laugh at my expense.. 864 more words

Opera on the harbour - Music Theatre in the shade

Opera is alive and kicking in Australia and well and truly so! Capable of seizing the cultural agenda in this country, our homegrown Opera companies have successfully taken a nation of sportsgoers into the Opera houses and meanwhile laughing all the way to the bank. 1,148 more words

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Tribute to Patrick Swayze.

Written: 14th September 2011.

Today marks the second anniversary of the death of the incredibly talented Patrick Swayze (18th August 1952-14th September 2009). He is one of my inspirations and role models therefore I thought it would be fitting to write a tribute on his life and his most famous film which is one of my all time favourites “Dirty Dancing” (1987). 553 more words

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day #80

So its a cliché.

So we’ve seen it so many times its lost all meaning.

When was the last time a film had this kind of impact? 21 more words

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