If you want to know a bit more about how the Paper Towns movie differs from the book, then I’ve got the details for you here. NOTE: This blog will most definitely contain many spoilers. You’ve been warned…
If you haven’t seen Big Hero 6 yet, you either are lazy or you need to read this review so you know why it’s worth seeing, because it really is a great movie. As always, I’ll try to keep this review as spoiler-free as possible, so that you can enjoy Big Hero 6 in all its magnificence for yourself.
If you’ve been reading my blog for a while now, you might be aware that my friends & I have seen each of The Hobbit movies as they’ve been released over the last few years. So it’s no surprise that we went and saw the last of the trilogy a few weeks ago, on release day. And although it was a welcome conclusion to the series, for me, it was the weakest of the set.
As a John Green fan, and someone who originally pre-ordered and read TFIOS, I felt it necessary to see the new movie adaptation. So, a few nights ago I went, on my own, to see it. And even though it’s been out for a while, and everyone and their dog has reviewed it (even if they haven’t seen it), here I present to you my opinion, just in case it matters.
As a Veronica Mars fan, I was uber-excited about seeing the long-awaited movie last Friday, especially since I was one of the lucky ones who managed to get a ticket to see it in an actual cinema. And seeing as many people may not have seen it still, here I provide you with a spoiler-free review. I’ll even try to keep it free of spoilers for those of you who are yet to finish (or even start) watching the original TV series.
As I have done the last two years, all my blogs this year will start with a particular word. This year, that word is “As”. I think it’s quite a flexible one, and should lead to some interesting results. Anyway…
As a geek/nerd, I have friends who are also geeks/nerds. Last year (2012, so actually the year before last) we went and saw The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey on Boxing Day. This year (2013, so actually last year) the second part, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, was released, and while we didn’t see it on release day like last time, we only saw it a few days later but I haven’t had the time to review it till now. Anyway, here’s a review of it… Continue Reading
Because I love The Little Stevies (or just Little Stevies, as they seem to be calling themselves these days), and received their new album a week and a day before it was suppose to be released, I thought I ought to give you a review of it. Continue Reading