Okay, so the weekend is upon us and we have a few clips that will get us into the party mood! Oh yes, there is definitely going to be a party at the cinema or in your homes when these films are released!
Good Afternoon Lovelies,
How are you all today? I am off out tonight to celebrate a belated Mother’s Day but before I go I have some film goodies to share with you all! Starting with these new posters from Free Fire!
The film is out in cinemas today, but you are going to want to see these posters before you watch it...
Back in October last year, the BFI Film Festival invited
Snowden to come and share its glory on screen. Now as the film comes out on
DVD, I have finally sat down to watch the feature and I wanted to share my
Starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Zachary Quinton and Shailene
Woodley, the film tells the story of Edward Snowden, the man responsible for
the biggest security breach in recent US history. Gordon-Levitt takes on the
famous figure and gives a career changing performance in the role.
Going back to the start, the film shows every moment of
Snowden’s story and shows you what made him want to become one of the biggest
whistleblowers of all time. For audience members who are not aware of Snowden’s
story, there is something about the film that is eerie and hard-hitting as you
see the film’s adaptation of the truth.
Working together to provide it, the cast is the key success
to this film. Gordon-Levitt, Woodley and Quinton make a dream team of a cast and
they each play their parts with anger, strength and passion that makes it seem
like the story is really theirs and not the character’s they are playing.
There is however an element of the truth being hidden a
little bit too though. It appears director Oliver Stone is a little bit afraid
to tell the story to its full strength. At times the seems to be influenced by
the government and what they will allow to be told to much. If you are hoping
for everything, and I mean everything, then sadly Stone isn’t giving it.
But he is giving you a cast and a great story that whilst
not full is one that is continuously enjoyable and intriguing. It is a film
that you can learn from and take knowledge away from. Especially the fact that
Gordon-Levitt needs to play more of these roles.
On the 14th July, it is going to be one of the
best days of the year for three reasons. One it is my birthday, two I am going
to be on holiday at last and three, War For The Planet Of The Apes is going to be
out in cinemas!
And to celebrate I have a brand-new trailer for you all to
enjoy straight from CinemaCon in America. Enjoy…
This next post has brought so much joy to my Thursday! For days, weeks and months I have been waiting to hear, see and experience Kingsman: The Golden Circle and now WE HAVE OUR FIRST OFFICIAL LOOK!
Check out this new poster lovelies...
After introducing us to the most independent, international intelligence agency operating at the highest level of discretion in the world, who work to keep us all safe. The latest film in the franchise follows our heroes on a new job.
When their headquarters are destroyed and the world is taken hostage, the agency finds an allied spy organisation in America called Statesman, who have worked with them since the day they were both founded. Together, they must take down a common enemy, save the world and survive. All things that Eggsy is getting used to.
Directed by Matthew Vaughn, the film stars Colin Firth, Julianne Moore, Taron Egerton, Mark Strong, Halle Berry with Sir Elton John, and Channing Tatum, and Jeff Bridges. September can’t come soon enough!
Good Afternoon Lovelies,
How are you all today lovelies? Well, I hope! I am currently at work, but I have a quick moment to share with you all some very exciting new clips from the likes of MUBI and more!
Okay so be prepared to get scared! I am not lying lovelies, this next trailer will bring back memories and that clown phobia you had because the first teaser for Stephen King’s IT remake has arrived and it is terrifying!
I am taking cushions and asking for the lights to be kept on when I watch this at the cinema lovelies…
Do you ever dream of wearing the outfits that feature in some of your favourite films? I always do! So when Amazon Fashion asked if I would like to look through their collections and helped me come up with some amazing items that matched what the iconic characters in films wear and I was quick to snap up the opportunity.
Whilst I could have spent hours, days and months finding outfits that matched those on-screen I was helped to find the perfect top ten for you to enjoy. I am now worried about the money I am going to spend on these items aha...
Walk The Line:Inspired by one of my favourite films, I was instantly in love with this vintage looking piece that matched Reese Witherspoon’s characters in the film. Grace Karin Retro Dress, from £11.98.
The Royal Tenenbaums: Last season many designers used this film to impact their collections and the fashion in the film is still being shown on the catwalk. But nothing beats these original Lacoste dresses, which really were in the film. Lacoste Striped Dress, £140 and Lacoste Blue Dress, £105.
Breakfast At Tiffany’s: You cannot have a list of film costumes and not feature this film. Audrey Hepburn has inspired so many with her costume choices, but this costume is the real winner out of every film around. Nothing will ever go down in film history as much as the iconic black dress and pearls, which you can now recreate. Coast Women's Betsie Skirt, £66.50 and Kenneth Jay Lane Pearls Crystals, £135.
Almost Famous: If there is ever a character I would like to dress like, Kate Hudson’s amazing Penny Lane would be the one. From her incredible coat to the classic glasses, Penny Lane has made festival fashion stand out. Amazon Fashion will make sure Glastonbury or Coachella has never looked so good. ONLY Onlsally Crop Top Knit Vest, £9.61 and Sting Sunglasses, £57.15.