Welcome to my first discussion board. The Hunger Games is one of my favorite films (among Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter). I love epics and films that have stories and/or characters that make me stop and think or inspire me. The Hunger Games is one those films. I’ve read the books and seeing
Charmed was a show from the 90s about three sister witches. It was a classic to some and others just another 90s flick, like Buffy or Angel. I feel the show had a lot more distinction then that. It did take a while for it to REALLY come into its own, but the story was
Find it on: Netflix Year: 2018 I keep leaning towards teen romances lately, I don’t know why. It may be because of the innocence and naivety. So many romcoms are just so unreal that it’s hard to take any stock into it; it’s all so modern fairy tale. But, teen romances are more believable. Hormones
So, I just finished watching the 13th season of this still-going-strong show. I have to say, by far, one of the most amazing and consistent shows out there. While many shows waver, if not completely die off, and lose their charm after so many seasons this show has really hit the top shelf with consistent
Ah, man. All the feels for this show. I really thought that I was going to hate the show, but it really became this great continuation of the Boy Meets World phenomenon. The first few episodes were really hard, then it aged like a fine wine and really struck a chord with my heart. It
So just watched this film and I was pleasantly surprised. I’d watched it before years ago, but I found myself finding new realizations. The first time I thought it had such a basic plot, but it’s really not so. A lot, I feel, was kept for in-between-the-lines, but honestly I was surprised once I found
So, I finally finished this show. Seven seasons of hijinks, laughter and life lessons through the eyes of Cory Matthews and his friends. This classic 90s series was what I grew up with. A phenomenal series that literally grew up with me. Before Harry Potter and growing up a wizard, it was Cory, Shawn and
A classic 90’s romance. But really more then that. I recently read Buzzfeed post that had some completely unfounded and biased opinions about it that I finally had to rewatch the movie and, I’m happy to say, the post was completely and utterly wrong. This movie has more depth and insight into the human soul
Hey, everyone. I’ve been trying out a new format for my blog. I’m still working out the kinks but I’d love to know your opinion. You can find the new format on the Librarians post and the Rizzoli and Isles post. Let me know in the comments.
What do you think of this format? Please leave a comment if you like this or just plain text or should I try a special variation of the two?