What better way to celebrate International Women’s Day than a collage of my favourite actresses who have brought me so much joy and escapism from watching them in films or tv shows over the years!
Harvey and Gillian Fairchild are not having the best of times. With Harvey well and truly freaking out because of his 60th birthday becoming depressed and stressed. His wife Gillian is awaiting results of a throat biopsy, something he does not know anything about.
Mia Thermopolis is struggling through High School ready to turn 16 when she finds out some incredible news, she is the heir to the throne of Genovia.
This Monday in January is seen as being Blue Monday the most depressing day of the year, that is due to the festive period being more than over and struggling through January still waiting to be paid! Therefore I decided to put together a list of 7 feel good films which I totally love.
Isn’t escapism and being made to feel happy one of the main reasons we watch so many films? Well, it certainly is for me so I thought what better day than the most depressing of the year to think about the films that make me very happy!
The origin story of Arthur and his journey to Atlantis and the life he had been hiding from, being the heir to the throne. Having to come up against his half-brother and keeping both of his identities with the land and sea intact.
Mary Poppins is one of my all time favourite films, I still love everything about the film. Julie Andrews is practically perfect in every way as the title character Mary Poppins and while it has some tough messages, it also has some lovely feel good moments to go along with it. Not forgetting some amazing songs! So with the release of Mary Poppins Returns coming in the next few weeks, what better way to celebrate than putting together my 10 favourite quotes from the original film?
Last Monday evening I had a truly fantastic experience of seeing one of my all time favourite films on the big screen at the cinema for the very first time. I have easily seen this film over 100 times and I still cried and felt emotional seeing it on the big screen. The picture quality was truly outstanding and I really hope that more old films are screened at the cinema. Thanks Cineworld!
So this Monday I am sharing a couple of songs from the film, because they are just fantastic! I actually find it odd when people say they have never seen The Sound of Music.
Look at the way the nuns move around!
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Tonight The Sound of Music is back on at the cinema and I will be heading along to see it! Over the weekend I made this video as I couldn’t help but get involved in all of these It’s Coming Home videos, this popped in my head and I just had to make it!
England reaching the semi final of a World Cup, the last time that happened I was two turning three! Back in 1990!
Shrek rescued Princess Fiona and they got married, now he must meet her parents as they travel to Far Far Away in order to meet the King and Queen. Although not everything is what it seems, oh and they have no idea that Shrek (and now Fiona) are ogres.
Gru is about to be put to shame when he meets his twin brother who is more successful, cheerful and has a lot of hair. Dru wants to team up and have his brother train him to be a villain as that is something their father was.