Elvis Review

If you are heading to the cinema this weekend then Elvis is the film to watch. Baz Luhrmann, the director that gave us the iconic Moulin Rouge! (2001) and the unforgettable Great Gatsby (2013) is back with his sixth feature film: Elvis. The film chronicles the life of Rock and Roll king Elvis Presley, from the start of his career to his tragic death. With focus placed on the turbulent relationship between Elvis and his manager Colonel Tom Parker. Luhrmann, brings his artistic flare to Elvis, combining music with visual spectacle to create another brilliant piece of cinema. I was lucky enough to attend the Elvis press screening in London with my  colleague  at Future of the Force, which was an amazing  experience .  Please check out Future of the Force by Clicking here! The narrative works as a biography, not always chronological. Instead, it jumps through time, showing us things in the past that lead to the present in the same way biographical books are structured. Elvis is not just a

2020 Christmas Watchlists

Hello everyone! Christmas is my favourite time of year, I love the awful jumpers, baking cookies, snuggling in the warm with hot chocolate, but most of all I love the movies. I would watch Christmas films all year around if I could (I may have even watched Christmas films on occasions after nights out and in the middle of summer... but shhhh don't tell). Alongside my Christmas Bucket List which you can find here: WINTER 2020 BUKCET LIST I decided to make a Christmas Movie Watchlist. The list is made up of 25 films for 25 days of Christmas - it's sort of like a Christmas advent calendar but with films! Brilliant right? You can watch them in whatever order you like and you can even watch more than one a day, just watch however you like and have fun. The list is made up of my favourites, some have been favourites since I was a child, some are more recent, but I love them all.
But thats not all I have also created an Alternative Christmas Watchlist for those of you that like Christmas but want to watch some that are a little less festive. There are 10 movies on the Alternative list, all of which are set at Christmas time or in Winter. I have some favourites on this list and I'm sure you will too.

The watchlists are below, print them, share them, post them on social media (tag Just Another Film Blog in your posts) and make sure to watch along with me! I will be posting on Instagram throughout December so make sure you follow to keep up to date. 

25 Days of Christmas Watchlist

Alternative Christmas Watchlist

Let me know what Christmas films you love in the comments below. I cannot wait to see how many everyone manages to cross of during December. 

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