Tag: The 90’s

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Party Girl

I’ve really been hankering after the 90’s lately, particularly after Captain Marvel and its outstanding soundtrack. If I could go back for a weekend with no consequence or effect on my present day life, I so would. So, with this in mind, this week’s film is perfectly placed and I might be *am* #obsessed with the fashion, the whole aesthetic and our leading lady. … Read More Party Girl

Cool Things on the Internet #1

Welcome to my new series of cool things I have recently found/seen/read on the internet. I don’t suppose we need anymore introduction than that, do we?

My Funny Valentine

I’ve never made a secret of the fact that I despise this holiday. Valentine’s is the suckiest of all the special occasions, without a doubt. It tricks you into thinking that the things that really don’t matter matter – the red foil covered chocolates, the roses and the dinners, and I’m mad at it for that. But Cupid already knows my views so I’ll … Read More My Funny Valentine

Down to You (Film) Review

Jillian and I have sort of lost track of what theme we’re on, though we both think it’s still Romance. So this week’s pick is all about first love and stars a bevy of late 90’s/early noughties rom-com alumni. What’s not to like about that, right? We’ll see. As always *spoilers*! Down to You (2000) Director: Kris Isacsson Stars: Freddie Prinze. Jr, Julia Stiles, … Read More Down to You (Film) Review

We Could Be Heroes #2: Alabama Worley (Fictional)

It’s hard to pick favourites when it comes to film, books and songs. I mean, there are so many amazing works out there, to pick just one as your champion is nigh on impossible. Plus, these things tend to undulate with your moods. I have two* favourite movies that always stick and they have something in common, that old chestnut: the strong female lead. I … Read More We Could Be Heroes #2: Alabama Worley (Fictional)

Ravenous (Film) Review

I actually managed to get Mr Bass to watch this week’s pick with me, which is virtually unheard of. Usually I wake up early on a Sunday morning and watch by myself. But we’d both heard good things about this movie and never got round to sitting down to watch it, so Saturday night was a go. All I knew about it was that … Read More Ravenous (Film) Review