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Absolutely brilliant! Now I need to finish the book!
Very good until they borrowed something from Friday the 13th.
3D really worked here – tell me you didn’t close your eyes when the water-walking ball popped! Bought the ticket last week, but caught a stomach bug, bought another one over the weekend, but was asked to work an extra shift tomorrow. Bought the third ticket at the cinema today and finally got to see it. It was worth it, even with the extra 6 quid. About to watch something similar, yet so much worse… Sharknado 6.
Swimming with Men
I have never realized how much Rob Brydon reminds me of Christopher Waltz till watching this film. I am so happy I was able to swap my overtime shift and got to see this charming and uplifting story about an unexpected friendship at the Silver Screen today!
‘The first rule of swim club, don’t talk about swim club.’
It’s sad that I’m always the only person under 60 that goes to senior screenings, when that’s the only time they show quality cinema and not some mainstream bullshit.
‘Understanding makes the mind lazy.’
‘How right she was when she said that no one ever feels alone in a bookshop.’
Many seem to be complaining about the way one of the characters gets woken up, but honestly, ruining someone’s life not to feel lonely is what most adulterous relationships are all about.
Garage Sale Mysteries: The Mask Murder
The 14th installment of the Garage Sale Mystery series is quite entertaining. It’s been a while since Jen actually went to a garage sale. I checked the death masks online, and the replicas truly are worth 250 dollars each. Do some art connoisseurs really buy replicas of dead people’s faces?
‘This mask, it looks like the girl I found today.’
Garage Sale Mysteries: The Pandora’s Box Murders
Lochlyn Munro joins Lori Loughlin (get it?) in the 13th installment of one of two Hallmark series I really enjoy.
Good, but the dog in ‘Max’ wore a tiny bullet-proof vest, so this could be better.
‘You don’t leave because you have somewhere to go, you leave because nothing is keeping you there.’
You need basic knowledge of the Bosnian War to understand and appreciate this film.
I remember how obsessed I was with Blair Witch back in the day, I did this presentation for English and everything. I didn’t like the sequel though. I tried to watch the second sequel in 2016, but the minute I heard the main character was supposed to be the original main character’s brother, I rolled my eyes and turned it off. I expected the film to be much worse, but the footage is so shaky, it will give you a headache.
Hugely disappointed with this one.
Middle School was a long time ago, but I don’t remember it being that boring.
The Last Sharknado
Certainly happy it’s ‘the last’ sharknado. The only thing I liked about this franchise was the theme song, but guess what, they changed it.
‘There it is, the first Sharknado. I’m gonna need a bigger chainsaw.’