Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. See disclosure page for details. Movies move us. They empower, makes us think, fuel our conversations and allow us to escape, even if for just a brief while, to a place where everything is possible. I have compiled a list of 5 powerful and emotional movies, you should truly …Continue reading "5 Powerful Movies Every Woman Should Watch"
Coffee Quote by mangomoonstudio If you would sit here with me for a cup of coffee, I would first of all offer you some homemade German cake. There is no way to have a proper “Kaffeeklatsch” or a coffee get-together without proper cake. Of course, I baked that from scratch, and, of course, there will …Continue reading "Coffee, Cake and Movies – A Weekend Coffee Share Blog Post"
Today we were asked to write about this: When was the last time a movie, a book, or a television show left you cold despite all your friends (and/or all the critics) raving about it? What was it that made you go against the critical consensus? I wish, that compiling this list would not have …Continue reading "A List Of Don't – Or – It's A Matter Of Taste (A Daily Prompt Post)"
Title: Artifact Genre: Documentary Rating: 5/5 Stars I was introduced to Jared Leto via my daughters love for his band “30 Seconds To Mars”, and was hooked, even more so when I saw him in “Dallas Buyers Club” as the beautiful, transgender Rayon, marvelously brought to live by Jared. If you have not seen “Dallas …Continue reading ""Artifact" – My Obsession With A Significant Documentary (A Review)"
Do you remember Wil Wheaton? The young nerdy, and way too smart kid from Star Trek: Next Generation? Of course, you might remember him from Stand By Me, or more recently “The Big Bang Series”. SyFy has given Wil a new platform, “The Wil Wheaton Project”, a thirty minute show that highlights the current genre …Continue reading "The Wil Wheaton Project – A SyFy Channel Original"
In those rare occasions that both my husband and I have a Saturday afternoon off, we tend to watch a movie together, that we have not had a chance to see at the theater. This week we finally managed to see “Grudge Match”, a film starring Sylvester Stallone (Razor) and Robert De Niro (The Kid) …Continue reading "Grudge Match – A Film Review"
Movie: Alexander Release Year: 2004 Director: Oliver Stone Rating: 5/5 Stars I have always been fascinated by Ancient History. It was my favorite subject in school, and is my favorite subject to teach. Out of this reason, and many others, I decided to watch Alexander, directed by Oliver Stone, in its extended cut version, …Continue reading "Alexander (The Movie) – A Review"
If you are not familiar with the online television creator “Wigs”, then you have been missing out. Not only does the site produce great series, it also contains a variety of documentaries and short films, one of which I want to share with you today. “Jennifer” is a surreal, but funny, dark but comedic short …Continue reading ""Jennifer" – A Surreal, But Interesting Short Film"
First thought of the movie, and the most prevailing one throughout it for me: Why in the hell did they kill off Channing Tatum within the first 10 minutes of the film? Now that was one big disappointment, considering that another character (Flint) would not have been missed at all, while Channing’s character Duke was …Continue reading "G.I.Joe – Retaliation (Review)"
I love artfully done short films, may they be a documentary, a extended music video turned into a short film, or a story. Wigs has brought forth a few short films on their channel (available to stream on their channel as well as their YouTube Channel). “Serena” is one of these creations, masterfully done, staring …Continue reading "Serena – A Short Film (Review)"