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Stranger Things

Here’s a question for you: what was the last Tim Burton film that you really, really loved?

Alice in Wonderland? No… come on, let’s be serious. 552 more words

Film Review

And they lived disappointedly ever after

Last week I went to the cinema to watch “Inferno“, a film adaptation from one of Dan Brown’s books, and while I did enjoy the film I have to say I was disappointed with the ending.  168 more words


The Girl On The Train by Paula Hawkins Book vs Movie

The Girl On The Train was the biggest thriller release of last year, and this year saw the release of the movie version. To say i adored the book would be an understatement. 517 more words


On Second Thought: “Angels & Demons”

The sequel. Tough to craft and meet all expectations, but when it’s a follow up to a successful book adaptation, it’s even tougher. So many things are already stacked against a given creative team, why are they even bothering? 1,467 more words



After the execrable I’m So Excited, relieved to see writer/director Pedro Almodovar (Talk To Her, All About My Mother) return to his female-centric storytelling. 57 more words

European Film

The 8 struggles of every bookworm

As much as I enjoy my books, I sometimes struggle in different situations. Thumbs up if you can relate to any of them!

1.Finding a bookmark- The fear to dog-ear pages  381 more words


The Girl On The Train

With the extensive advertising appearing everywhere possible, you may be aware that the bestselling novel by Paula Hawkins has been transformed into a film which recently hit cinemas in the UK. 584 more words

Book Review