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

Countdown to Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker + Giveaway

Hi Everyone, this is a very special post! If you have followed Just Another Film Blog since the beginning you will know that I started blogging after attending the midnight screening of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, I'd thought about blogging before but I'd never gained the confidence to take the leap. My biggest fear was that no one would read my posts - how wrong I was, I wrote my first review on The Last Jedi and I hit 500 reads within a week. So, I want to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has read and supported my blog, it's not always easy and it takes a lot of work but knowing you read and enjoy my posts is so incredibly awarding. So, that brings me to Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker! You know how much I love a countdown/list so here is my countdown to The Rise of Skywalker. The film is released on the 19th December here in the UK and I will be attending a midnight screening. In order to prepare for the final movie of the Skywalker saga I have created a countdown, now there's no schedule for watching the movies - just watch them when you can and in the order listed! 

Check out the ten things I'd like to see The Rise of Skywalker: https://thisisjustafilmblog.blogspot.com/2019/04/10-thing-i-want-to-see-in-star-wars.html 

I will be crossing off the movies throughout November and December and you can join in by following me on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram - I'll pop the links below. Make sure you save the countdown and share with all the Star Wars fans you know!! From the footage we have seen so far in the form of trailers it looks like we are in for an epic conclusion the Skywalker Saga and I am beyond excited! The return of Palpatine certainly mixes things up and it's likely he will be looking to destroy the light side. I think it's very clear that The Rise of Skywalker will reference the pervious eight films in th saga, which is why I created the Countdown - it is essential that we watch all the films that have lead to this final moment. I cannot wait to get started.
With the release of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker it feels like my blog has come full circle and by that I don't mean the blog is ending because I am far from over! But the release of Rise of Skywalker and Just Another Film Blogs second birthday means a GIVEAWAY! This is a first for Just Another Film Blog, the giveaway will begin on the 1st December 2019, I will be giving you the chance to win two tickets to see The Rise of Skywalker at the cinema plus some Star Wars goodies! So, keep an eye out for that. 

I hope to see you all joining in with the Countdown! xx