Graduate

Technically I am not a graduate, I have not donned on the hat and the robes. However I have handed in my dissertations, so I am done. So how does it feel? Stressed. But my sister said (a aged graduate now, a proper adult not a pretender like me) that the stress has been converted….

Trainers (shoes)

Originally posted on isabellaoftheeastwood:
This week I shall be reviewing…. Trainers Looking particularly at the notion of trainers as fashion. I appear to be old fashioned- the last trainers I brought were Adidas, it took about half an hour to chose as decided to go alone and figure out what I wanted. It was intimidating,…

The Grand Budapest Hotel

I had high expectations of this film, Wes Anderson’s is getting better and better, the last one ‘Moonrise Kingdom’ was Anderson at his best(so much yellow!). He is refreshing from all the Hollywood directors who are easy to forget and are samey. Some try to add political undertones to it all, but is still the…

Red Shift Alan Garner

One of the rare times that I have read a book simply because I had to, not because I wanted to. I constantly had to push myself to read it because was one of the chosen ones on my university reading list. The ending left me with the same feeling in Indie films- the “life…

Review- Everything is Illuminated by Jonathan Safran Foer

I am currently going though Jonathan Safron Foer’s books and still have not decided if I actually like him. He seems like a poet trying to join all his poems together; yes they are beautiful, but there is no real structure. But maybe I like that, it goes against the normal book, where the first…

1st review- Hansel and Gretel witch hunters

Sorry it has taken so long, but I said I reviewed anything in site, and until now I have not. So here is the first one. Accidently watched this film in 3D, only realised when was given some glasses. Hansel and Gretel- I was expecting a dark comedy with aspects of Sleepy Hollow. And I was very…