My Take: Boo! A Madea Halloween (2016)


Ms Mabel “Madea” Simmons is back once again. In Boo! A Madea Halloween we watch the hilarious Madea as she tackles the horrors that occur during Halloween. This comedy horror is directed, written, produced and stars Tyler Perry. Continue reading


My Take: Sleeping With Other People (2015)


Sleeping With Other People is 2015 romantic comedy about two friend who lost their virginity to each other but now they help (through advise) each other through their different sexual relationships. It stars Jason Sudeikis and Alison Brie and it is directed and written by Leslye Headland. Continue reading

Throwback: The Borrowers (1997)


The Borrowers is a 1997 British–American fantasy comedy film based on the children’s novel of the same name by author Mary Norton. The film follows a family of four inch tall tiny people , called Borrowers, who live among normal sized human beings. Its directed by Peter Hewitt and it starring John Goodman, Jim Broadbent and Mark Williams. Continue reading

My Take: Gods of Egypt (2016)


Gods of Egypt is a film about a mortal who partners up with an Egyptian God, Horus, to save the Egyptian people from Set’s destructive rule. The film features Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Brenton Thwaites and Chadwick Boseman. It’s directed and produced by Alex Proyas. Continue reading

Throwback: In Good Company (2004)


In Good Company is a romantic comedy about a middle aged executive who gets demoted and is stuck with a man half his age as his new boss. To make things worse, his boss dates his eldest daughter. The film stars Dennis Quaid, Topher Grace and Scarlett Johansson. It is directed by Paul Weitz. Continue reading

Sequels Which I’m Looking Forward To See

Many say that the first movie is the best and that sequels ruin everything. I say that movies with a continuation just feel more real. These are the ones I’m looking forward to.

1.The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2

Coming Out (USA) : 16 November 2012

I’m not a big fan of the Twilight Saga.  One reason being that I don’t think that any 1 of the 3 main characters can act. But there’s still something that keeps me glued to the screen. This movie series certainly does have magic!

2.Scary Movie 5

Coming Out (USA) : 19 April 2013

There’s nothing I love more than a really funny parody and this film series takes the cake.  Confirmed actors include Charlie Sheen and Lindsay Lohan. This is definitely one movie I want to see!

3.The Hangover: Part 3

Coming Out (USA) : 24 May 2013

How can this group of friends possibly top the crazy and wild adventures they had in the past films? The answer is all in this movie.

4.The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

Coming Out (USA) : 22 November 2013

As I said in my ‘Review: Hunger Games (Movie)’ post, the book series is really captivating. I really think the film series has the potential to follow in the steps of the books.

5.How To Train Your Dragon 2

Coming Out (USA) : 20 June 2014

The first movie was really beautiful. I’m excited to see what the second one has in store!

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8 Animation Movies Which Blew My Mind

I’m turning 18 years old this year but I still watch animation. In fact im a big fan of animation. These 8 Animated movies are my favorite. From oldest to Newest:

1. The Jungle Book (1967)

Studio: Walt Disney Productions

I’ve only seen this movie once and I was really young but I still remember the ‘Bear Necessities’ song and that should say something. I remember every scene as if I watched the movie yesterday. Any movie which has this effect on you deserves to be praised.

2. Beauty And The Beast (1991)

Studio: Walt Disney Animation Studios

Ranked 16 in highest grossing animation movies worldwide

This movie is on the list because of the many lessons it teaches. One being that beauty isn’t all that.

3. Lion King (1994)

Studio: Walt Disney Animation Studios

Second Highest grossing animated film worldwide after Shrek 2 and followed by  Toy Story 3

This one of my favorite movies not only in animation but overall. This is a movie which all kids deserve to see but even if you’re not a child anymore you will enjoy this movie.

4. Toy Story (1995)

Studio: Pixar Animated Studios

Ranked 29 on highest animation films worldwide

Toys coming to life when humans are gone is a fantasy all children believe. Thank you Pixar for putting it on our screens.

5. The Prince of Egypt (1998)

Studio: DreamsWorks Animation

Ranked 60 in highest grossing animation films worldwide.

The amount of magic this film brought to my TV screen is amazing. And with the best author ever, God, who wouldn’t love it.

6. Shark Tale (2004)

Studio: DreamWorks Animation

Ranked 38 in highest grossing animation films worldwide.

One word to describe this movie is: SWAG. The amount of coolness Shark Tale has is incredible. This is a memorable movie.

6. Madagascar (2005)

Studio: DreamWorks Animation

Ranked 28 in highest grossing animation films worldwide.

With a catchy tune like ‘I like to move it, move it’ , who wouldn’t love Madagascar. Madagascar is one of the funniest animated films I’ve ever seen.

8. Kung Fu Panda (2008)

Studio: DreamWorks Animation

Ranked 20 in highest grossing animated films worldwide.

Alongside Madagascar, Kung Fu Panda is one of the funniest animations ever. The fighting scene’s are incredible and is why I love it so much. Some how the creators found a way to make the fighting scene’s cool and funny at the same time. This movie is legendary and will be spoken about years to come. The sequel (Kung Fu Panda 2) is just as amazing. Jack Black should be commended on the amazing work he done on Po (The Main Character). This is my second favorite movie in this list.

All rankings are provided by Box Office Mojo

Let me know if you agree or disagree

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