James Bond No Time to Die Review

After eighteen months of delays Bond is back. Daniel Craig's final outing as the British intelligence spy 007 is finally screening at cinemas. This feels like a massive moment in British cinema history. This is also the first time I have seen a James Bond film at the cinema, which was a fun experience. Craig who made his debut as Bond back in 2006 with Casino Royale, makes one final fantastic performance as Ian Flemings James Bond. It is the end of a rather fantastic era of Bond, which has seen the character develop into more of an action hero, and gradually less of a womaniser. No Time to Die ties the Daniel Craig era together, with connections to Casino Royale, Quantum of Solace (2008), Skyfall (2012) and Spectre (2015). It is certainly a film for the history books and perhaps one of the best Bond films. Read on for me full review - there will be MAJOR spoilers. (You have been warned!).  Narrative wise No Time to Die, is enjoyable. engaging and action packed. The film gives James

Autumn Bucket List

Today is officially the first day of Autumn/Fall depending on where you are reading! I absolutely love Autumn, it's not too cold, the trees become an array of bright colours, everything gets a little spooooky and there are some great seasonal movies to watch with a hot drink and a cosy blanket. I may hate scary films, and anything to scary but I love Halloween!! I love doing some Halloween makeup and costumes, making tasty treats, decorating the house and carving pumpkins. I have been growing my own pumpkins this year and I actually have so many to carve - I guarantee I will still end up going to a pumpkin patch to buy more though.

So, I have decided to create a little Autumn bucket list!! Throughout Autumn I will be crossing each item off the bucket list and I want you to join me! You can follow along on my Instagram and Twitter (Links at the end of this post) and I would love to see how you interpret the bucket list! There is something for everyone on this list, from baking to getting outdoors, but most importantly there are some great movies to spend the chilly Autumn nights watching! You will notice that none of these movies are particularly scary because I hate scary films so you can swap them for more scary films if you wish - just don't make me watch them haha.

I cannot wait to start crossing items off this bucket list! I really hope you all like the list and I really hope you will join me on this Autumn adventure. Please let me know what your favourite Autumn activities and movies are in the comments below!! 

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