Bonjour tout le monde (hey everyone)! So I am in love all things Paris/France so I decided that this time I would do the opening in French (just as a BTW). Anyway back to the actual stuff; so I went to watch Thor: The Dark World with ma famille and we all loved it!!! There were so many twist and turns and it was just so GORGEOUSLY AWESOMELY SASSY and FUN!!! Loki had honestly sooooo much sass, there's nothing you can use to measure it.....and the suspense is killing me about what happened at the end with Odin and then the metro scene hahahahaha sorry. I forgot to mention that this post is probably going to be half review post and half fangirling. Anyway the special effects were AWESOME, it looked so real (why cant it be real *sad face* ) My favorite parts were the scenes where Loki was in it because he twisted the story so many times within a span of five minutes. I think thats it....I could fangirl for longer but that consists of mostly disbelief, spoilers and some screaming. Tata for now!
Hola everyone! So I just went to see Catching Fire in movie theatres and loved it!!!! There were only few (minor) differences that didn't really change the movie or story; everything was still right and so not like the Percy Jackson movies. Another awesome thing I noticed was that there were no choppy scenes whilst people were fighting, everything looked real and my head didn't spin which is always good. I absolutely loved the romance, the action and the plot! All of the CGI'd stuff looked insanely real and all of the actors portrayed their characters brilliantly. My favorite part/thing was how different and real Effie looks. As most of you have seen on the internet through photos and trailers, Effie changes from a Capitol woman to someone who is starting to see how unfair and revolting the Hunger Games are...Elizabeth Banks (Effie) is such a good actor! Now she wasn't the only awesome actor; all of them were brilliant. Honestly, it was such a great movie, I felt as if I was (unfortunately) part of the movie and the action. I was shaking from excitement the entire movie and I freaked/shook from the actiony/scary parts alot; shows how great the people who worked on the movie were at their job. I am so excited for Mockingjay part 1 and 2! Now below the line is the minor difference I saw (aka SPOILERS!) so if you want to be surprised, don't look below the line! Tata for those who are leaving now! ;)
Hey everyone! So yesterday I went to see City of Bones with my friends B, H, IR and T. All of us LOVED the movie so much that I got B, T and H to promise to read all the books (IR already read the books, the rest haven't). I don't want to spoil it at all but I do want to say that it was BRILLIANTLY close to the book of course there were some differences but they made up for it with amazing action sequences and some added scenes which was great. This is definitely a job well done; the cast and crew portrayed their characters to perfection. Such a great movie....I haven't stopped raving about it. Everyone 14/15 and older should definitely watch it (I say 14/15 and older because there is mature content in it of course). You should still watch it though!
Rate: 1 gazillion/10
So a couple of days ago I watched the Sea of Monsters movie and also finished the rest of the Percy Jackson series. The books were very good as usual (I love rereading the Percy Jackson books) with the writing being very well detailed and the books being awesome. My favorite definitely has to be The Last Olympian (the last book in the series) or The Titan's Curse (the third book). The Percy Jackson series is a must-read for any age. Now it's time for the movie. I'll start by saying there are major spoilers below which is why, if you don't want the movie to be spoiled, you should not read past the "Read more" line.
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Hello everyone! My name is Fantasy Angel and I am currently writing a novel and reading my way through life. I usually read fantasy and crime/mystery, but I will read other books. I blog at least three times a week on Avid Reader's new home Wordpress.