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

Christmas Movie Bingo

Can you believe it's already December? This year feels like it has gone so fast! But the best thing about December is Christmas, the cold December nights...and days are perfect for snuggling up inside and watching as many Christmas films as possible. Now every year since starting Just Another Film Blog (Which turns 4 this month!) I have created Christmas movie watchlists, last year I even created two! If you are looking for a movie watchlist check out those here: 2020 Christmas Watchlists (justanotherfilmblog.uk) But this year I wanted to do something a little different, so I would like to introduce you to...drum roll...Christmas movie BINGO! 

Basically, watch a Christmas movie and cross off the bingo items when they happen. Or if you want to make this into a bit of a party game, drink every time something on the bingo happens. Thats it! simple. I will be playing this every day in December on Instagram. So make sure you are following along. 

Merry Christmas and thank you for reading xx 



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