[dropcap]A[/dropcap] couple of days ago I thought I would skip this week’s theme because I…
La Notte, 1961 [pipdig_stars rating=”4.5″ align=”center”] directed by Michelangelo Antonioni starring Jeanne Moreau, Marcello Mastroianni…
[dropcap]F[/dropcap]or this week’s instalment of Thursday Movie Picks we are celebrating the Oscars, which are…
The following three break into song movie moments made our hearts sing, swoon, smile, dance, ache, break. Watch the videos to relieve what were undoubtedly the best moments of your teenage life.
For the Top Ten Tuesday of Valentine’s Day, I give ten Romance Novels ranging from classic to contemporary, from tragic to hilarious, that I thoroughly love and recommend.
In this first Top Ten Tuesday of February, we look at ten books that have been on my TBR pile for way too long. Sorted by publication date, they range from russian classics to modern YA.
This week we look at movies that tell a story within a story – a traditionally literary device that filmmakers have adapted to the screen from time to time. This post is part of Thursday Movie Picks, a web event hosted by Wandering Through the Shelves.
It’s no secret: I have the absolute worst memory for remembering books and movies. In this post I try to describe to you the basic plots of 10 books loved but can’t remember much (or anything!) about, as part of my contribution to this week’s Top Ten Tuesday feature.
Here we go again: another year, another twelve classics every film fan should watch. The Blind Spot Series is a web event created by The Matinee, where the goal is to watch one classic/cult film every month for year. Read on for my own picks, and join us in this challenge!
The year’s first Top Ten Tuesday is here! Since this new year has just begun a couple of weeks ago, it’s only fitting that we look back at our reading habits in 2017, and reflect on what we would like to improve or continue to do in 2018. Join me and share your own reading goals of the year.
Three mystery novels that would make amazing movies, and are perfect for these rainy nights. This week’s Thursday Movie Picks brings us back to literary adaptations, sharing the ones that never happened but we wish they did. Read more for three great books that should be adapted to the big screen!