Friday, 25 September 2015
Hey boys and girls! I know it's been a long time since I last wrote here, but now I'm back. Back for good :) Better, faster, stronger. Hope you figured out my musical references I did there. I am going to start a new category on my blog called: Didn't know how good of a singer you are. It's all about those music stars that have a controversial image in the media, but they turn out to be good singers. Today this category hosts Selena Gomez. *She's an actress and a singer. And Justin Bieber's ex girlfriend. She's loved and hated by millions of people. She has 33.2 million followers on Twitter and about 58 million likes on Facebook. And she's only 23 years old. Quite impressive if you ask me. Anyway let's skip to the good bit (as Rizzle Kicks would say) and listen to Selena sing her tune Good for you on BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge (the song starts at 1:23) I believe that kind of song is quite hard to sing and make it sound almost as good as the recorded version, so she did a good job. How would you rate her performance?
Saturday, 30 May 2015
Sunday, 10 May 2015
Hi guys. I decided to host a vlog about movies that I watch; it's more or less like a movie review. The reason behind this is because I want to share my views on several movies with you guys. Today I would like to talk to you guys about a movie called The Age of Adaline.
Saturday, 20 September 2014
This is one of the most interesting movies I've ever seen. It lasts 97 minutes and it is starring Brenton Twaites, Jeff Bridges and Meryl Streep.
The film presents a perfect community without war, pain, suffering, differences or choice. Jonas is different from the others , "he can see beyond things". He is chosen to learn from an elderly man about true pain and pleasure of the "real " world.
Jonas is chosen to be The Receiver of Memories and he is going to be trained by a person called The Giver. Jonas realizes that everything in his community is fake and wants to let the other people know about the pleasures of real life
My personal opinion is that this movie deserves a 10 out 10 and I will definitely see it again.
Tuesday, 16 September 2014
Hello dear friends, I'm back on my blog and I decided that starting from today I will write here something about the movies that I watch. And if you know me then you suspect that I watch a lot of films. Today I want to discuss a movie that impressed me lately. It is called Before I go to sleep. It is a drama/ thriller which lasts 92 minutes and it is starring Nicole Kidman, Collin Firth and Mark Strong. This movie is excellent due to its extraordinary twist. Each morning Christine Lucas (Nicole Kidman) awakes with no memory. She thinks she's 27, but in fact she is 40. Her husband , Ben (Colin Firth), explains that this is the result of a traumatic accident. Doctor Nasch (Mark Strong) encourages Christine to keep a video diary, that way when Christine wakes up she will see it and keep a track of her life. As the story line evolves, her doubts and suspicions grow and she believes she can trust nobody. The film is produced by Ridley Scott I believe that it deserves a 9 from a scale from 1 to 10. Here is the official poster: