Saw this over the weekend with my brother and my friend. Boy was it amazing, now if you liked the first 'new' Star Trek movie then you're bound to like this one, I can't think of a single bad word to say against it so I won't because it's just the best. If I wasn't before, then I'm definitely a Trekkie now.
I saw this yesterday with Fran and my brother and oh my gosh, it is by far the funniest and best Iron Man movie so far. If I could afford to go to the cinema and watch it again then I wouldn't hesitate or think twice about doing so. I love how it helps to bring you closer to Tony in this movie and that it brings up the Avengers a few times too, obviously connecting the movies together rather than it just being another Iron Man movie and having Avengers Assemble as some spin off. Definitely a must see!
This has got to be one of the best films I've ever watched, not to mention the best one I've seen so far this year (this is subject to change of course, no doubt). I love my films action packed and this certainly brings that to the screen. Literally from start to finish, it's gripping and Gerard Butler is fabulous, no kidding, he's fantastic in it. I would sit through another 2 hours to watch this again and again.
Today I finally got around to seeing Perks Of Being A Wallflower and it was so perfect, plus it was so close to the book. Not many films can get as close as this one did, I also don't think they could have found anyone else to play Patrick's role anymore perfect than Ezra Miller did. I must also mention that my mother and I were the only two in the screening of this movie haha, had the whole place to ourselves!
I'll be the first to admit that I'm not really into these reality shows from MTV, such as Jersey Shore... Geordie Shore was okay but tonight, The Valleys started and it's based in south Wales. It's similar to Geordie Shore. A bunch of people from the Valleys of Wales are plucked from their homes and given the chance to live together in the capitol; Cardiff, where they are to try and get where they want to be in life. Tonight was the first episode and it was great, I'm already hooked!
This... I have no words to describe how amazing this is. I love Queen and I love Jessie J, it reminds me how lucky I was to see them live last year with Adam Lambert as front man at the MTV EMAs in Belfast. For any of you that did or didn't watch the the closing ceremony of the Olympics in London on Sunday evening, here are my two favourite parts of the event for you to check out. Watching the Spice Girls perform again made me feel 8 years of age once again...
I went to see the movie TED last night with Luce and Mark, I've never seen such a funny movie, the humour is totally on my wavelength and for those of you that enjoy Family Guy or find that funny then this is a movie for you to definitely go and see. We were close to crying with laughter from start to finish.
Saw the new Batman movie this afternoon with Anja, it was so good, better than I was expecting but then again I didn't know what to expect because I still haven't managed to watch The Dark Knight all the way though... Definitely worth a watch though!
This evening, I went to the movies with my brother and my mother to see the new Avengers Assemble movie (it's called that in the UK rather than The Avengers because there is already a movie with that title and I guess people would get mixed up? They did explain it on Graham Norton). It's so good, Marvel never really fail to make a good movie though ;) Definitely a must see!
I don't have enough words to describe how amazing this movie was, I've literally just got home from seeing it and it's the best movie I've seen in a long time - I'm not just saying that because I'm a crazy fangirl either!
There's only a handful of people that will understand my excitement to see this movie. It opens on Friday worldwide (March 23) but I've just booked tickets to see the early showing on Thursday (March 22). I AM SO EXCITED!