Female Film Critics Speak Out – Volume 8

I was invited by the incredible Rachel from Rachel’s Reviews to take part in the latest volume of Female Film Critics Speak out and it was truly fantastic to talk to her and Orla Smith of Seventh Row.

I have always felt a little bit nervous doing video chats or podcasts but after taking part in my first podcast last year this has given me more confidence to take part in discussions like this, especially given the current lockdown restrictions was nice to be able to chat films with people!

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Cobra Kai (Season 1) Review

Decades after the 1984 All Valley Karate Tournament final between Daniel LaRusso and Johnny Lawrence are now middle aged and through students they find that they are rivals again, although this time more personal issues are thrown in.


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Brilliant Movie Scenes 1

Every now and then I am going to post a movie scene which I think is brilliant, and you can say if you agree or disagree with my choice.

The first in the series is from “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button” when we see how much little decisions and things that happen can have a major impact on events which unfold.

Grammy Awards 2010 – Lady GaGa

The 2010 Grammy Awards took place last night so I have spent some time this morning searching YouTube to see clips of some of the performances. Lady GaGa really blew everyone away with a compilation of some of her songs from the previous year. “Poker Face” “Bad Romance” and my favorite “Speechless” which involved Sir Elton John in a duet and they changed to “Your Song” in the middle then went back to singing Speechless. It really was just incredible she seems to get better each time you see her perform.

Other performances which I loved were my favorites Bon Jovi 🙂 who sung three songs including classic hit “Livin’ On A Prayer” which was voted for by the public for them to sing. Pink was brilliant singing “Glitter in the Air” and Taylor Swift done an incredible performance of Love Story and You Belong With Me.

I could not yet find the Michael Jackson tribute but hopefully will be able to watch that very soon.