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New Film Resolutions

With a new year come new years resolutions - Something I actually don't believe in, so I decided to give it my own personal twist. This year, I'm starting my own tradition of New Film Resolutions. The list below is a list of films I have heard great things about. Some are older, some are newer, but I hope to watch all of these in 2017. With every film I watch, I will post a small review on this blog. 

Mr. Nobody
The Fountain
The Man from Earth
The Butterfly Effect
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Love Me If you Dare
Jacob's Ladder 
Vanilla Sky 
Donnie Darko 
I Origins 
The One I love 
The Machinist

Grimm: Dark Legacy game trailer

In honour of Grimm Season 6 premiering a few days ago, I decided to give all of you Grimm fans a little update on the Grimm: Dark Legacy game that already launched. This little "trailer" gives you a little look into the graphics and functions of the game. If this is the first time you've heard of the Grimm PC game, I posted a little info on it a while back explaining what it's all about. Click here to read some general information about the game!

I haven't played it yet, but I'm eager to try; if anyone reading this post has played, please do tell me if you like it! I think it's a wonderful opportunity for the Grimm community to feel connected to the show, even though Season 6 is the final one. 

With the show coming to an end, it's hard to believe I have watched it (and stayed totally committed to it) for so long! CRAZY! With that being said, I do hope that the show writers ended it on a happy note, aka NADALIND ENDGAME. I'm also so excited for the R…

Nocturnal Animals (Interpretation and Review)

Tom Ford's new film, Nocturnal Animals, captured my attention alone because of its interesting title. Nocturnal Animals. Something about it just drew me in, even before I knew the story. I watched it and I can see why so many people use the term "visionary" to describe Ford; it fits. And after this movie, I am on the edge of my seat to see more creations of his in the future. 

"What right do I have to not be happy, I have everything. I feel ungrateful not to be happy."

Nocturnal animals is about art gallery worker Susan (Amy Adams), who relives her past through a novel that was sent to her by her ex-husband, Edward (Jake Gyllenhaal). The novel, a very violent and sad story about Tony Hastings (also Jake Gyllenhaal) and his family as they find themselves in a little trouble that leads to tragedy while travelling, is a form of revenge against Susan and her past mistakes. Nocturnal Animals is a tale about love, happiness, hope, tragedy and revenge. Ford creates a ca…