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 2020

We have officially entered the season of all things spooky! Happy Autumn or Fall depending on where you are. I absolutely love Autumn, it's not too cold, the trees become an array of bright colours, everything gets a little spooky and there are some great seasonal movies to watch with a hot drink and a cosy blanket. Last year I created an Autumn Bucket list and I had so much fun completing the list and sharing it with you all that I have decided to make another one. I would love it if you joined in and made this the best Autumn/Fall yet - after all I think we could do with some fun! Make sure you follow Just Another Film Blog on Instagram to follow along and make sure you tag us when you cross items off the list!

Let's get the boring bit out of the way first - everything on this bucket list has been thought of with Covid-19 in mind which means you will be able to social distance and keep yourself and others save whilst enjoying this season!

Now onto the fun bit! Here is the Bucket List, Below I will go into a little detail on each item. 

Take Autumn photos and take a walk in the woods: 
These two are perfect opportunities to go out and see how nature changes during Autumn, take some pictures of the orange, yellow and even red leaves. Enjoy the feeling on walking on fallen leaves and enjoy being outside. I love taking Autumn walks, there is just something so beautiful about the colours, the morning mist and the sound of birds that make it almost magical. 

Buy a jumper from a charity shop: 
Every year we all go and buy new jumpers, but what if this year we all brought one from a charity/thrift shop as well? Not only can you find a great item for your Autumn wardrobe, but you will also be supporting charities that have really struggled this year. Just make sure you wear a mask in the store, you leave the clothes for 72 hours and give it a good wash!

Watch You've Got Mail: 
This classic romantic film is the perfect Autumn watch. It is mainly set during Autumn which means there are lots of shots of a cold New York City. Plus, it's the perfect film to snuggle up and watch. 

Bake an apple pie: 
What says Autumn more than Apple Pie? Bake one up, maybe pick your own apples and enjoy!

Watch Nightmare Before Christmas and Corpse Bride: 
I am not a huge fan of horror/scary movies, so these two Tim Burton classics are perfect if you are easily scared! 

Collect conkers: 
Not only is it fun to collect conkers but they also serve several purposes. You can have a conker fight, use them as decoration and they also stop spiders from coming into your home. So, collect loads, place them near windows and doors and enjoy a spider free home. 

Watch Hocus Pocus:
I didn't discover this movie till a few years ago and now I have to watch it each year. You can check out the thoughts I had during my first viewing by CLICKING HERE 

Visit a maze: 
Mazes are great fun for all ages, just try not to get lost for too long. 

Watch Gilmore Girls: 
You say Autumn and the first TV show I think of is Gilmore Girls. I watch Gilmore Girls all the time. So why not binge a few of the Autumn episodes! I will direct you to some of these episodes on Instagram so make sure you are following.

Carve a pumpkin/visit a pumpkin patch: 
Nothing says Halloween more than Pumpkins! I like to grow my own but this year I was rather unsuccessful so will be visiting a pumpkin patch! Make sure care is taken when carving pumpkins, or why not paint them? 

Decorate for Autumn/ Halloween:
Take some time making key areas of your house look a little festive, not only will this be fun but I guarantee it will put you in the mood for Halloween and make you very happy. 

Have a Harry Potter Movie marathon: 
Harry Potter is great to watch no matter the time of year, but these magical films are great to watch when it's a little chilly outside and all you want to do it curl up on the sofa with lots of blankets and hot chocolate. 

Have a pumpkin spiced drink: 
Be basic this Autumn and get a pumpkin spiced drink! This can be anything from coffee, to hot chocolate or even a cold drink!

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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