I love how Stanley Tucci is in just about every film ever made. And on top of that, he’s bloody brilliant in everything. The Lovely Bones is no exception. On top of Stanley Tucci, The Lovely Bones stars Saoirse Ronan, Mark Wahlberg, Rachel Weisz, and Susan Sarandon. This film heavily touches on themes of grief…… Continue reading I’ll never look at Stanley Tucci the same: The Lovely Bones film review
In true fashion, I’m always asynchronous with everything going on around me. It’s not even October and I’ve been persistently getting myself spooked all month long. Firstly, if you are a fan of true crime, I’d recommend catching up on the Casefile podcast (which can be found on Spotify too). I have been listening to…… Continue reading Welcome to the dark side: August favourites
I go from 0 to 100 real quick in my obsession with things, the latest being washi tape. However, knowing me, of course I wouldn’t pick out just one item when I shop for stationary. Who needs just one pen when you can have it in 5 million different colours? Which brings us to why…… Continue reading Can washi tape hold my life together?: Stationary haul
I love going into movies not expecting anything at all, and then leave the theatres feeling excited and giggly over the film. And I think The Hitman’s Bodyguard did just that. The Hitman’s Bodyguard, which stars Ryan Reynolds, Samuel L. Jackson, Salma Hayek, and Gary Oldman, is basically self-explanatory in its title. There are many things to…… Continue reading Cockroaches can be funny too: The Hitman’s Bodyguard review
Indie music is not for everyone, I understand. I didn’t get into listening to indie music (and its subgenres) until about 3 years ago. But now it has such a dear place in my heart that if anyone ever dismisses it I will CUT THEM. I’m kidding. My inner psycho has not reached that extent.…… Continue reading My indie music starter pack, because why not?
I’m just kidding. The hills had our souls, though. Because boy, does Lisbon have hills. When you climbed almost four stories worth of steps, realised that you’re heading in the wrong direction, descended the aforementioned flight of stairs, find yet another hill to climb uphill for about 30-45 more minutes – all the while carrying…… Continue reading Lisbon: The hills have eyes
I finished watching The Defenders in a day. No shame in my game. I have to reiterate that I’m not a comics buff nor am I invested in the least bit in any of the Avengers, and yes, yes. I know that is a cardinal sin. But I have enjoyed every Netflix Marvel series leading up…… Continue reading Netflix and no chill: The Defenders review