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I was all over this month with my taste in movies, which is very similar to my taste in books. I am only going to be highlighting only five movies a month, because listing everything every month would makes these posts really long and totally boring after awhile. To keep things fresh, I believe that five is a very good number to stick to, don’t you? Well, let me get on with it, but before I do, I would just like to say that I appreciate every one of my viewers and subscribers. I am proud to say that I am now at 180 subscribers, which is almost unbelievable. I never dreamed to ever be this successful at my blog and I just wanted to take a moment and thank all of you. Oh! And to answer the question that a few of you have been asking me, I am interested in doing guest posts on your blogs. It would be fun you could do one on mine and I could do one on yours. Just let me know when.
This was a totally cute movie that made me laugh, but was also a little bit too mature considering who produced it. I really enjoyed it, though I won’t be rushing to watch it any time soon. It was just a movie I wanted to watch and then did one day on Netflix. I don’t really care for Victoria Justice, but Spidy and her red-headed best friend made the show worth watching. I would recommend watching it for a few laughs and a warm story.
The Starving Games
OMG! This was so funny! I love parodies and this one did not disappoint on The Hunger Games (and also other films, but largely just that show). This movie had so many great actors in it including a couple of people from Pretty Little Liars (Noel & Mike). The jokes were hilarious and I invite everyone to watch it. You would love it Danielle. It makes fun of the whole concept of the movie, while proving a sadistic point. There is always a point to parodies and its our job to decipher them for ourselves…or search Google. One of the best parodies that I have watched in a long time.
That Awkward Moment
I really disliked this movie. I only watched this movie, because it had Zac Efron in it and it was so not worth watching. I could not even finish this movie that is how boring it was and I also found it very sexist. The feminist in me roared to life, watching this movie and I could not blame her for it. Has anyone else watched this movie? What did you think of it? Is my reaction to this movie unjustly deserved? I just hated it and I don’t see how anyone could like it. A total bomb for Zac.
All Cheerleaders Die
I was really amused by this movie and I was disappointed about the ending. I thought that it would be all about girl power and all that. I just that is just the joy of a horror movie. I really liked this movie. Danielle has been all into horror movies lately, so I thought that I would try them out and I have to admit, this one wasn’t really all that bad. It has gotten me inspired to watch more horror films. The ones that I can watch anyways without any nightmares. This was a nice one and I wish there was a sequel in the works.
The Fault In Our Stars
I loved this movie so much! I cried my eyes out. It was so amazing! Movies hardly ever move me to tears and this one was just breath taking. I didn’t think that this one was going to be as great as it was. It was a touching movie with a predictable ending. I just wish that it hadn’t ended so cliched. If any movie deserved a happy ending, it was this one. It makes me wish that I would have read the book, but it was nice to watch a movie without nit picking every scene. It was refreshing not to know what was coming. A must watch if you could only watch one of my recommendations.
What have you been watching this past month? Anything worth me watching as well? I would love some recommendations from my readers.
Selena Hannah XOXOXO