Movies I Have Watched Recently.

Over the last couple of weeks have noticed that my movie viewing in general has suddenly become very Tom Hanks orientated.   As we are now nearing the end of January (already) I have moved on from the Tim Allen, The Santa Clause movies, which I did thoroughly enjoy by the way, and completely gone in the opposite direction of the ‘Christmas spirit’ by recently watching the movies The DaVinci Code and Angels and Demons.   Basically I couldn’t get any further away on how different The DaVinci Code/Angel and Demons actually are in comparison to The Santa Clause movies.   One set of those movies are fun, the others rather serious.  But there you have it.

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Anyway.  The DaVinci Code I had seen before, but it had been a couple of years since I last saw it and I couldn’t remember much about it, although I did remember parts of it were filmed in Lincoln City cathedral, which just so happens to be where I live…. So that is quite cool.   Angels and Demons I hadn’t seen before.  Tom Hanks as Robert Langdon was my favourite character, he is so cool in that film.   I also thought he transitioned the character well from the first movie into this one.  I found him really fascinating, I think it’s actually one of my favourite characters of his that he has played.   I was also pleasantly surprised to find Ewan McGregor was in that movie too, which I had absolutely no idea about.  He played such a good character too, as Camerlengo Patrick McKenna.  His deception in this movie was incredible, and I had suspected it was him as well, but he played his part so sincerely I was really hoping towards the end that it wasn’t him.  Even his heroic act and his fall from the sky didn’t save him in the end.  Robert Langdon figured him out so it’s fine!!  The helicopter scene was one of my favourite parts in the movie too.  I was most annoyed when I found out Patrick McKenna was bad!

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I loved the science aspect behind this movie too.  Got to admit, didn’t understand all of it, but it was still cool.  I loved the build up of suspense, the fact a bomb was going to flatten the whole of The Vatican, the murders that were played out in the movie were very elaborate, and I loved the imagery throughout the whole movie as well.  It was quite spectacular.  The acting for me was the best, from all the major players, Tom Hanks, Ewan McGregor and Ayelet Zurer who played Vittoria.  I loved the way they all drew me into the mystery.

So Angels and Demons was my favourite out of all the movies that I watched.  I did catch a bit of You’ve Got Mail the other day (Tom Hanks again) but I caught it mid way through so I need to watch that again from the beginning at some point.  I need to watch Sleepless In Seattle too.  I love that.  Haven’t seen that in years either.

 

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Is Getting Back On Top Of Film Again.

I haven’t posted on this blog for a little while, and I think the reason for this is I have been trying to make one of my other blogs more noticeable aka Sarah’s Dreamscapes.  As I have, sort of, got it to a level where I am quite happy with it, I have decided to once again turn my attention back to this blog, and try to make this one work too.

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Last year I was considering stopping my Total Film magazine.  I had a habit of building up a little pile over a period of about 3 or 4 months and not reading any of them, but so far I have been quite good, and I have been reading a fair bit of them, especially as there are quite a few movies I want to see this year, aka Sully, Beauty and the Beast, LaLa Land, Fences etc.  LaLa Land looks awesome, Emma Watson looks perfect to play Belle, and I have seen a few of the trailers recently for Sully and that looks really good.  Tom Hanks never makes a bad film anyway.   So I have decided to keep on with the Total Film for a bit longer, and see how I get on.

So besides Christmas movies, and Christmas to be fair wasn’t all that long ago, I haven’t watched many recently, which is really bad.   I would like this blog to be a bit more fun than it has been last year, by that I mean usually I can be quite serious with this blog and maybe go a bit over the top.  I need to relax it a bit.  Have more fun.  Having fun is good.

I have also decided to not write too many lists as well.  Over the last year I made a list of movies to watch.  If I recall, I succeeded in watching one movie from that list, which was actually Goosebumps, which was very good by the way.  But I didn’t watch anything else besides that.  I have decided, that it would be best just to randomly pick a movie, whether I have seen it or not, and watch it, then review it.  I reckon that could work better for me.  Provided I don’t watch the same movie five times in a row or something daft!   I could make that work.

 

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Watched The Holiday Last Night.

The Holiday was the only movie I have watched this week, well, technically last week as it is Sunday now already.  This last week has just flown over which is really strange.  I reckon it was because I didn’t do any late nights in work last week.  That made a change.

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So, I watched The Holiday last night and really love that movie because it’s just an easy to watch, kind of happy-go-lucky film with a great cast, Cameron Diaz and Kate Winslet as the leading ladies, Amanda and Iris, and Jude Law and Jack Black as the leading guys, Graham and Miles, and for me they are all just as good in it as each other.  I felt like it was a great movie to watch after a hard weeks work!!!  I love the fact they switch houses, and both houses they used in the movie were so idyllic.  Normally I would have said I personally would have preferred the house in L.A. but, the house Kate Winslet owned in the UK was actually quite pleasant as well.  I could have lived there too.

I’m even torn whether I preferred Jack Black or Jude Law.  Jude Law was gorgeous in this film….but Jack Black was so sweet and funny….but they were both very good.  The little story about Arthur who got the honorary Oscar was a nice touch I thought.  The music they did for him was so cute.   And I definitely thought that Iris made the right decision to get Jasper (Rufus Sewell) out of her life in the end because he was an absolute git of a player, who didn’t deserve her.   Miles was the more decent guy for her.  And Graham was just the perfect guy for Amanda because his character was just so real, and sweet and I loved him.  I knew Amanda would stay with him in the end.  I loved her little radio ‘life updates’ that she had during the movie too.  They were really good.   I found that it was one of those movies where I was actually rooting for all four of the main characters to, well, basically sort their lives out, and they did.

It was a great movie.  Sweet, funny and easy to watch.  The Holiday is definitely one of my favourites.

 

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It Has Been A Bit Quiet On The Movie Front.

So I haven’t actually written a post on here again for a little while, mainly because I haven’t been watching many movies, because I have been working so much.  I am not a big fan of working late nights in retail, but you have to do them!!!  I have just been a bit too wrecked when I come home at 9.45pm (when I have finished at 9pm) to write any posts.  I have been reading my Total Film magazine however, and I must say I am really looking forward to the new Star Wars: Rogue One movie, and am especially looking forward to Ben Affleck’s Live By Night, which looks absolutely amazing.  Really cannot wait for that.

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But I haven’t been watching many movies.  Mainly I have been watching TV shows, I have just got into a show called White Collar starring Matt Bomer and it is really good.   Totally different from the roles he has played in American Horror Story.  He even looks different.  I think White Collar is a very good show and I have only seen two episodes.

I have also been planning some blog posts for my other blog, my ‘lifestyle’ blog (this is obviously my movie blog really) and I have planned two posts already.  This post was actually not planned but I wanted to make sure everyone still knew I was still alive…you know…

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And it will soon be time to get the Christmas movie viewing well under way.  I know a lot of people think it’s still a bit too early to start watching Christmas movies, but I don’t!!!  I have already got that song from Muppet Christmas Carol in my head.   It goes….”It’s in the singing of the street corner choir, it’s going home and getting warm by the fire, it’s true wherever you find love, it feels like Christmas!!!’

I love that song!!!

And there are loads more Christmas movies I want to see too.  Loads!!!

 

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How My Week Has Gone.

I actually have not put a post up for a little while now so I thought I would touch base so to speak as I have been working at my day job so much lately, doing sales… and late nights!  Before you know it a week has gone by, and then ten days like it is today.  I don’t know what has happened in the last week.  It has just flown over.  The whole of November has just flown over actually.  We have even had Black Friday!!  That came and went!

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In truth, I have not watched any movies at all, and I haven’t even been watching any of my current favourite show, How to get away with murder, either.  Instead I have just been working and today I got back from visiting family for a couple of days, which was good.  Quite often in the past I have not been able to get to see family this time of year so I was pleased.

I have started my Christmas shopping.  I have done a little bit so far, though not an awful lot because I don’t get paid till tomorrow.  I am so very excited about getting paid tomorrow!   I have however been to my staff Christmas meal which was last Saturday night at Revolution Bar and that was lovely, I had a really nice night with everyone and the food was very nice as well especially the pudding which was a chocolate brownie, and I love chocolate brownies…with ice cream and cream of course.   I was working on Sunday this week too, and it was so busy.  I think Sunday’s are the new Saturdays now.  The day just started and ended.

And I have just finally managed to catch up with X Factor, which was a good show,  I actually think it is better than last years X Factor, and thankfully now, Honey G has gone.  I am so pleased because she was so annoying.

Now it is back to late nights again.  It is Christmas market week so the shop stays open till 9pm on Thursday, Friday and Saturday this week.  The joys!

 

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Sarah x

 

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5 Interesting Movie Facts I Have Discovered Today.

Holmes and Watson Movie Adds To Cast.

I am already really looking forward to the new Holmes and Watson movie.   Sherlock Holmes is my favourite ever fictional detective.  I think Hollywood could actually make tons of movies based on him and Watson.  They are just so cool.  Playing Holmes and Watson in the new movie are Will Ferrell and John C Reilly.   I cannot wait to see them acting together again because the are both so funny together.

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Casting those two actors to start with is just incredible.  If you haven’t seen them working together before, do check out the movie Step Brothers.  It is one of the funniest movies I have ever seen.  Brilliant acting from both Ferrell and Reilly.  So anyway they have now added Rebecca Hall (The BFG) Kelly MacDonald (Swallows and Amazons) and Rob Brydon.  I love Rob Brydon, he is awesome.  I can’t tell you how excited I am for this film.  I think it is actually going to be very funny and very entertaining.

The Walking Dead Movie.

Of course they will want to make a Walking Dead movie!!!  I will actually be very surprised if they don’t.  The Walking Dead, as popular as it is, is one TV show I, unbelievably, haven’t got round to watching yet.   And I do want to watch it.  I love Andrew Lincoln from his ‘Teachers’ days!  If you haven’t watched that show I would definitely recommend it, it’s brilliant!  And it’s not that I think it will be really scary because I have seen scary TV shows before aka American Horror Story, so I will have to get to it if I want to see the movie which I have no doubt Hollywood will be making at some point.  I reckon the fans will vote for it to be made anyway.  Give it a couple of years, it will be out!

Patrick Stewart And Ian McKellan Had Never Played Chess Before X-Men.

Really??! I thought this one was a joke actually.  I have seen every single episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation, and I was certain I have seen Patrick Stewart play chess at least once in that show.  Mind you, even if he did it wouldn’t be for real anyway I guess.  For some reason as well, I thought Ian McKellan would be just the type to enjoy playing a bit of chess on the weekends, but obviously not.  How intriguing.  I will have to admit I am quite surprised by that.   I bet they both play chess now.

Picture: Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellan.  X-Men.

 

Catwoman Will Not Appear In The New Batman.

I can’t really remember how Anne Hathaway played Catwoman in the last Batman movie, which obviously was The Dark Knight Rises made in 2012, I cannot believe it’s been nearly five years since that was out!  Despite the fact I am not sure just whether or not Anne Hathaway had been approached to reprise her role for the new Batman movie, Catwoman will not be in it anyway.   Catwoman obviously isn’t the villain in the new movie then.  I know who I would like it to be.  I want it to be The Penguin!!!  I would love it to be The Penguin, he was weird.   Hopefully will shall find out soon enough.

Michael Caine Completely Forgot His Lines The First Time He Saw The Joker.

This has got to be one of the best movie facts I have actually discovered for a little while.  I never knew this.  Heath Ledger is my favourite Joker, I know Jack Nicholson was awesome too, but there are other movies out there that Jack Nicholson has starred in that I prefer him in.   Heath Ledger, I always thought was born to play that role, and he played it brilliantly.  So it turns out that Michael Caine was so spellbound by Ledger’s transformation, that he forgot his lines and just stood there obviously completely lost in his own world.   To be fair when I saw a picture of Heath Ledger in my Total Film magazine, I couldn’t believe it either.  I did genuinely believe that was one of Hollywood’s greatest pieces of casting ever.  Heath Ledger was an amazing Joker.   It is definitely not like Michael Caine to forget his lines either.

Picture: Michael Caine and Heath Ledger.  The Dark Knight.

 

Hope you have enjoyed my new found movie facts today.

 

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Goosebumps Movie 2016.

I thoroughly enjoyed the Goosebumps movie which I watched last night over dinner.   Every now and again, it’s nice to watch a light-hearted, very imaginative comedy movie, and particularly when it stars Jack Black because he is just such an incredibly funny actor to start with.   He is definitely one of my favourites.  The Goosebumps cast were all very good, because the kids played by Dylan Minnette (Zach), Odeya Rush (Hannah) and Ryan Lee (Champ) were all very believable and brought about a great sense of adventure to the movie, and some brilliant comedic quips particularly from Ryan Lee.   However, for me and as always, Jack Black completely stole the show with his rather abrupt and moody interpretation of R. L Stine.

Goosebumps Synopsis.

Goosebumps is about teenager Zach, who moves to the town of Delaware with his mother, Gale,  following the death of his father.  It turns out mysterious writer, R. L Stine who after reportedly doing vanishing act, suddenly reappears with his daughter Hannah and lives next door.   Having befriended lovably muppet Champ at school,  Zach calls him one night after hearing rather strange noises coming from Stine and Hannah’s house to help him investigate.   What they weren’t expecting, was finding locked books in Stine’s library that just so happen to come alive when you opened them.

What I loved about the movie was the whole unpredictability of it.  The kids would accidently leave a book unlocked and a Yeti type creature would jump out and start chasing them, or a plant would escape that was like they had stolen it from The War Of The Worlds and reek havoc in the neighbourhood.   And as the movie went on you found out that Stine’s imagination was so strong, any book he wrote (which was always on a particular typewriter that happened to be locked in the town school on display) happened to come alive before your very eyes.    I thought that in itself was a fantastic concept.

One of my favourite characters and probably the part I loved the most about the movie was the villain, which happened to be Slappy the talking ventriloquist doll.  His scene where he just appeared from nowhere and started talking about destroying Stine and taking over the world was just awesome.  The scene where he appeared and just said ‘hi dad’ to Stine was great because Stine’s reaction was one of complete and utter terror, because Slappy was the character he had created to express his dark side and I thought that was really good.   Slappy was so weird and spooky, but then again, so was Stine.  Slappy was a great character.

Despite the fact I loved all of the monsters in the movie, Slappy, the werewolf, the yeti, the ghouls in the graveyard were also designed very well and very believable and the gnomes were little buggers as well.  Loved them.   My favourite scene of the movie was when Zach and Hannah went to the deserted fairground and they climbed up the Ferris wheel and sat there talking for a while.  I really liked that scene because it was just quite random but really sweet at the same time.   Expanding from this, I really loved the whole mystery surrounding Hannah.  I thought that in general was a brilliant piece of creative writing.

I enjoyed the action in the movie and the story was very well thought out, very creative and spontaneous.   Jack Black was amazing as always, and I just loved the general idea of how the stories of R.L Stine were brought to life and how they had to burn the books to destroy them.    I found Goosebumps very imaginative, unpredictable and refreshing, with a great mixture of creepiness and fun.

 

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Scream: Case Study.

It has been so long since I have seen the movie Scream so I decided to watch it tonight.  Once regarded as the birth of the ‘teen slasher’ movie, I actually find that Scream hasn’t really dated all that much, I still find it scary now as I did back then.  What I most loved about it was the fact that it was such a simple idea and it reminded me of a classic murder mystery story, but made purely for the 21st century.  With spoilers.

I mean, I thought it was brilliant that at the time the movie’s biggest star, Drew Barrymore, literally dies within the first ten minutes.  She gets this call from this random guy who just starts asking her if she likes scary movies.   The call obviously freaks her out and she hangs up.   When he calls back he threatens to and I quote ‘gut her like a fish’ and then shows her her boyfriend taped to a chair in her garden before he kills him.  I like scary movies too, some of them, and after seeing ‘Scream’ for the first time I definitely found it to be something quite different.   It’s like, you get asked a question about a horror movie, if you get it right, you don’t die! Great.   But of course the rules in a horror movie always seem to change.   I thought, as truly awful and horrifying as it was, one of the things they did so well when Drew Barrymore’s character Casey dies, her parents literally get home and walk through the front door as Casey is taken out the back and strung up by a tree.   And then her parents find her.  First indication that Scream is one of the greatest horror movies ever.

Then we meet Sidney, played by Neve Campbell.  I always thought how pretty Neve Campbell was, and her boyfriend Billy, played by Skeet Ulrich was pretty hot too.  I knew something was a bit weird when Billy says he watched The Exorcist and thought of her, obvious reference to a scary movie, but it was also a random thing to say and quite unsettling too as it seems the two characters had been dating for two years, begging the question, do you really know someone?!   They seemed so happy together, but you could tell he was a bit of a lovesick puppy, and she was most definitely a tease.

As news begins to surface of Casey’s death we are introduced to Dewey the deputy sheriff played by David Arquette who comes in to the school to ask the kids questions as part of the investigation, and a comment is made about Sidney’s father, but it is unclear as to how it is connected at the time, but as the movie goes on we learn how Sydney’s mother was also murdered in the town.  We  also get to meet Sidney’s friends too.  And apart from joking about putting someone’s liver in a mailbox….there was nothing unusual about them either.

I love how Sydney, and Casey lived in ridiculously big houses where they were constantly there on their own with a killer on the loose who had plenty of places to hide and wait for the perfect opportunity to pounce.  I think this movie is why I don’t ever want a really big house.  I would be checking all the rooms all the time.  And of course she is on her own when the killer calls her the first time.   One of my favourite lines in the movie is when Sydney says, in regards to scary movies, “They always star some big-breasted girl, who can’t act who’s always running up the stairs when she should be running out the front door, it’s insulting.”  It’s brilliant.  And what was so great was, when the killer popped out from the closet she fought him off, but because she had put the chain on the door, she had to run up the bloody stairs anyway because it was the quickest escape route she had.  Fantastic scene!

It seemed as the movie went on the killer was always one step ahead, phoning Sydney at her friends house and the only way they could have known she was there was if the killer or someone close to them was actually with her, or just simply following her wherever she went.  There were two parts to the movie I generally found were most terrifying.   One was the obvious fact you immediately got the feeling the killer was always there, but you didn’t know who it was because you couldn’t see them.   And the second part was the general weight of horror and pain that was already rested on Sydney’s shoulders knowing her mother was murdered, but also the fact that she herself was also considered a suspect because she is considered disturbed and delusion following her mother’s death.  It’s so cruel.  And then of course, whilst she is trying to get over that, Ghostface jumps out of nowhere to chase her again.

You have to watch the movie very carefully.  As I am writing this now, I have seen Scream before in the past but there are things I had forgotten, but I do remember who the killer was… and I must say knowing that now makes me see how brilliantly this character and all the others surrounding them acted, and how well they actually disguised the fact that it was them.  It was like they were using a ‘mis-direction’ technique, in my opinion, which was so well executed throughout the entire movie.   That, tied in with the ‘dreaded music’ cue every time a character simply popped up at any time in the movie and made another character jump, made me slightly freak out too.  It happened so much throughout the film too.  It was awesome.

The one death that really was a bit sad, from Sydney’s point of view was when her friend Tatum, played by Rose McGowan was killed.  By getting squashed at the top of an electric garage door because she tried to get through the cat flap (might have been a dog flap actually) to get away from Ghostface and he turned the electric garage on and killed her.  Really felt sorry for both of them.

Parts of it were quite comical.  Another one of my favourite scenes was when they explain the three rules of surviving a horror movie 1) You can never have sex.  Sex equals death  2) You can never do drugs and number 3) Never, ever say you will be right back….because you won’t be back.  It’s brilliant.   And when poor Billy…..gets stabbed…Ghostface just casually stands there for a few moments, wipes his knife clean with his hand and then goes after Sydney.  Loved the chasing in the movie.  The chasing was the best.   The way people just disappeared as well, the three lads and the girls who were watching the scary movie just vanished when Dewey runs in to inspect the house when he hears screaming.  Where the hell did every one go?!  And also, Dewey gets stabbed in the back, by all accounts he should have died but he doesn’t.     The other thing was…how the hell do you not notice the boot door is opening when Sydney is in the car?!!! How do you not notice!!

I love asking myself all these questions.  Scream is such an amazing slasher horror film.  Like I said, you have to watch it carefully so you don’t miss anything thing.  I missed loads the first time around.  I was really intrigued and a little bit annoyed to find out that Billy was one of the killers along with Stuart (Matthew Lillard).  Billy seemed so sweet to Sidney, but I guess the killer is always the one you least expect.

What else did I love about this movie.  It was suspenseful, it was a mystery and at times it was a little bit crazy too.  Was it scary?  Well….  I have seen scarier movies, Scream will not be giving me nightmares, but I thought the characters in it were very believable,  especially Neve Campbell’s Sydney, the storyline was incredible and played out in a realistic fashion, and Ghostface was just amazing.  Definitely one to watch if you love scary movies.

 

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Witness, My One Movie.

Here we are again one week after my last post, I really do not know where all the these days are going.  We are approaching the middle of November already, and soon it will be Christmas.   So I watched the movie Witness at the start of this week, on Monday.  It was one of those movies I have always been meaning to watch and it did get a really good write up from movie critics.  I also found it quite intriguing to see actor Harrison Ford in one of his earlier movie roles….that wasn’t connected in any way to Star Wars.  I loved his character John Book because he was a very ‘matter of fact’ guy, who is suddenly thrown into a world he doesn’t understand.

I did enjoy the movie.  I thought the plot was very believable, a young Amish boy Samuel, played by Lucas Haas, witnesses a murder and Harrison Ford’s John Book has to protect him and his mother Rachel, played by Kelly McGillis.  I loved how the movie was set as well, you caught a glimpse of what an Amish community was like and I found it to be really realistic, and actually quite charming too.

 

Throughout the movie you could feel how tense John Book was as he tried to learn the Amish way whilst undercover protecting his witness, but I really loved the way how the movie progressed how he adapted to his new way of life and even how he helped them build a house for a couple, I thought that was just lovely.

The one thing I would have liked to have seen a bit more of is ‘conflict’.  There obviously was the initial witness of the murder, and the corrupt cops who tried to shut Book down, but I would have loved to have seen a bit more.  The last couple of scenes at the end when Samuel and Book were hiding from cops McFee and Schaffer (Danny Glover and Josef Sommer) was quite tense and acted brilliantly and they were really my favourite parts of the whole movie.   I could actually feel the tension and I loved that about it.   Would have just liked a tiny bit more conflict in the middle of the movie.

I really loved Harrison Ford in this, he was very watchable and for me I actually prefer it when he plays ‘serious’ characters because I find his screen presence is so much more….on fire!   I found he was on a similar level to when he played Richard Kimble in The Fugitive. He gave me a captivating performance in both movies.

It is a little dated made in 1985, but I enjoyed it.   I think it was one of the movies that certainly made Harrison Ford as great as he is today.

 

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Where Did This Week Go?

Normally I am a bit more on top of my blogging game, but not this week.  This week has been taken over by my day job and I have been really, really busy in the shop where I work.   And every time I have come home this week I have been a bit knackered to tell you the truth.  So for the most part of my evenings when I have got home, I have spent them on the couch watching Hollyoaks, although I did watch Graham Norton’s show this week as well.   Eddie Redmayne was on it talking about the new ‘Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them’ movie, and Bryan Cranston was on it too,  I like him as well.   It was such a funny show I loved it.  I quite like Eddie Redmayne, he in particular was really funny on the show.  He is actually a really great character in real life too, he seemed very genuine.   And he can do magic! Which is also really cool.

I did manage to watch one movie this week.  Only one.  Which is very unlike me.   I can sometimes manage to sneak in about three or four in a week.  Mind you technically I still have today if you think of your seven day week as Sunday to Saturday, which actually I do.  Anyway, one movie.  That was Back To The Future 3!   So in about two weeks I have managed to watch all three of those.  They are all very good.  I find that the third movie is always the one I forget.   I love the train at the end when it comes crashing back to the future to Marty, the futuristic train replacing the car that got smashed to pieces by said train.  It looked very impressive.  I think the second movie is actually my favourite out of all three.  But only just, because the first was just a classic.  The thing I like about the second one was the characters of Marty and Biff Tannen’s interaction, and the characters moving just backwards and forwards in time in general.  It was very clever.   Also a big shout out to Christopher Lloyd who is still going strong still.  I believe he has a new movie out (I Am Not A Serial Killer) at the moment.  So good for him.

So here we are and I have another weekend off work, which is nice.  I keep getting weekends off lately, but I am not complaining.  I shall probably start to scour Netflix shortly to see what movies I can watch.  I have noticed how a lot of bloggers tend to plan their weeks and their posts out quite often, but I don’t usually do that all that much.  I think it is because it takes me quite a while to choose a movie to watch because I am not the most decisive of people.  I am sure I can find a few to watch anyway there are quite a few new ones being released so plenty to choose from.   Moving slightly away from movies, I also need to get caught up with How To Get Away With Murder too.  I love that show at the moment, it’s my favourite.  Viola Davis is a legend!  I haven’t watched that for about four days either.  Best get caught up.

 

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