For our Movie night, we watched the Murder Mystery movie on Netflix. It was amazing! From the cinematic shots to the epic storyline, it kept me glued to my screen.
The chemistry between Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler was perfect, and the plot twists kept me guessing until the end. I also loved how they managed to incorporate humour into a thriller without destroying its intensity.
So, when I heard that there’s a sequel coming up, I couldn’t be more excited. This due to be released on 31st March, not long to wait! One can only hope that it will be as gripping and exciting as its predecessor. In short, if you haven’t seen Murder Mystery yet, do yourself a favour and watch it before the new one comes out!
Hey guys, have you heard the news? The beloved TV personality and cooking enthusiast Alison Hammond is all set to join the Great British Bake Off as a host. Though she isn’t new to hosting shows after her stint on This Morning, this will be her first time joining forces with Strictly Come Dancing’s resident presenter, Matt Lucas, for the cooking competition series. Fans of the show are already looking forward to seeing her bubbly personality and witty remarks add a refreshing touch to the mix this season. Additionally, many speculate that she might even get in on some baking action herself! Suffice it to say; we’re excited to see what kind of energy and warmth she brings when GBBO returns later this year.
Well, my dear, I hate to break it to you but you are definitely not alone in the “collection of bags for life” club. In fact, some might argue that it’s practically a rite of passage nowadays. We’ve all been there- scouring the supermarket aisles for the sturdiest and most stylish bag-for-life to add to our ever-growing collection. And who can blame us? Not only are they durable and eco-friendly, but they also make carrying groceries a whole lot easier (trust me on this one). So fear not my friend, proudly tote your plethora of reusable shopping bags with pride- after all, nothing says “adulting” quite like having a designated bag for each day of the week.
Ah, He-Man and Dungeons and Dragons – the quintessential childhood cartoons that sent us on wild adventures and fuelled our imaginations! He-Man with his rippling muscles and Prince Adam alter ego, defending Eternia against Skeletor’s evil plans. Who didn’t want to be a hero like him? And then there was Dungeons and Dragons, a show that made us believe we too could journey into an alternate magical realm full of villains and heroic quests. It’s time travel multiplied by infinity!
These classics had themes all over the place – courage in battle, teamwork in the face of adversity; inspire us to stand up for what we believe is right, champion those weaker than ourselves. The art style managed to capture our attention so well as they juxtaposed well with each other. Both shows still entertain today proving their enduring legacy among old-school cartoon lovers like myself.
Books Behave As Performed By Lovedew Cardew At The George & Dragon, York, April 2016
I like books cause they don’t care If your knickers match your bra If you’ve washed your hair I like books cause they don’t invade your space They sit on your shelf They don’t get in your face I like books cause they don’t mind What your heart contains Who you’ve left behind I like a book cause it doesn’t give a shit When you get to the end what you think of it Books don’t care if you’ve got a degree What you watch on TV Books don’t judge if you’ve got tattoos If your friends are few I like books cause they don’t care.
I don’t know about you, but I have a few movies then I watch again and again if I want something relaxing and easy to watch.
These just feel like familiar friends, I know them well enough to enjoy, but don’t have to concentrate much on.
‘Home Alone’ has to be on list daft and funny and a child alone pitted against two rather stupid criminals. Add in the Christmas Factor, and you have a winner.
‘She’s The Man’ Teenage girl wants to play on the football team but they won’t allow girls on it so what can she do? The only thing you can do, pretend to be her twin brother. This is very funny they both are caught in all sorts of awkward predicaments along the way.
‘Mamma Mia’ This is quite emotional in places, but also funny. I love the Abba songs too. I prefer the original film to the sequel, but both are good.
‘Richie Rich’ The boy who has everything he could desire, except true friends. No friends, but he does have enemies.
‘Legally Blonde’ starring Reece Witherspoon. This is absolutely hilarious the first time you watch it, and continues to make me laugh even now. Teen who is all about popularity and fashion decides to fo study law, but no one believes this is ever going to happen – she just won’t get the grades required, or will she?