JUNE Viewing Recap + Movie of the Month

I was contemplating about taking a blogging break as I've mentioned here that I'm hoping to start writing my first script [so yes I've decided that's the format instead of a novel]. But I think I'd miss it too much so I'll probably just blog less and will also reduce my time visiting people's blogs. Needless …

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FlixChatter Review: Me and Earl and the Dying Girl (2015)

There's something so refreshingly frank about this movie right from the start. Though it deals with a difficult subject of terminal illness, the movie is both heartwarming and genuinely funny. The 'Me' in the title is Greg (Thomas Mann), who spends most of his free time making parodies of classic films with his friend, whom …

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Five Favorite Movie Quotes from Inspiring Female Characters

I'm taking a bit of a blogging break and throughout the Summer I'm actually going to blog a bit less as I'm working on my novel/script [still deciding which format it'll end up to be], plus I just need a break from review writing. But as I mull over the topic presented by guest blogger …

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Guest Post: Gender and Hollywood Scriptwriting – “Houston, we have a problem”

Happy Thursday everyone! Today we've got a special guest post from Yorkshire. Izzy is writing about a topic that's dear to my heart and an important discussion point. So without further ado, let's dive into Izzy's post... How many times in a day do you quote the lines of a TV program or movie? Personally I wouldn’t …

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Music Break: Top 10 Favorite Scores by James Horner

On Monday night I heard that Mr. James Horner was unaccounted for when a plane registered to him crashed in St. Barbara, CA, I prayed he'd turn out ok. I started listening to his music all night long and was amazed at how many of them I love. Before I went to bed, I already picked my top …

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FlixChatter Review: Pixar’s Inside Out (2015)

Ever since Pixar came out with Toy Story in the mid 90s, I've been a big fan of Pixar films. What I love about most of them is behind the imaginative concepts and inventive visuals, the stories aren't devoid of heart. Well, that principle is in full display with this latest movie. This time, the …

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Weekend Roundup: Quick Thoughts on Inside Out & Mini Reviews of ‘A Coffee in Berlin’ + Bollywood sci-fi comedy P.K.

How's your weekend everybody? To all you dads out there, hope you had a wonderful Father's Day and that your family spoiled you rotten 😀 Well I ended up seeing three new films and re-watched parts of Roman Holiday this weekend so it's quite a busy movie-watching weekend for me, though not much time for …

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Five Movies. Five Words – Vol. 4

Seems that I dropped the ball [again] on this series! Volume 3 was back in January, ahah. I got this Five Movies in Five Words from Josh @ The Cinematic Spectacle. So basically the idea is to come up with five movies from various genres and capture the essence of the film, or whatever that comes …

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Thursday Movie Picks #49: Animated Movies

Happy Thursday everyone! This is another entry to the weekly Thursday Movie Picks that's spearheaded by Wandering Through the Shelves Blog. Here's the gist: The rules are simple simple: Each week there is a topic for you to create a list of three movies. Your picks can either be favourites/best, worst, hidden gems, or if …

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Exclusive Deleted Scene of ‘Not Another Happy Ending’ featuring Stanley Weber via We Are Colony

You already know how much I adore this movie. If I had to do a list of top favorite cinematic discoveries by year's end, surely Not Another Happy Ending AND Stanley Weber would be at the top of the list. I've seen this charming Scottish rom-coms more than a dozen times and it still feels fresh …

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