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

Disney Summer Watchlist

It's finally SUMMER!! Today is the hottest day in the UK so far, it's actually over 30c which is amazing because most of the time England is cloudy, rainy or cold and most of the time summer only lasts for like a week. Now if you have followed me for a while you will know I like a movie watchlist, so I have created a Summer watchlist for you all and guess what? All the films on the list are Disney ones. I am a massive Disney fan, and nothing makes me think of summer more than some of the films on my list. 

Last summer I went to Disneyland Paris (you can read about my trip here). When the sun and Disney magic combine, I truly think Disneyland is one of the most brilliant places on earth - summer for me is about happiness and Disney in the sun is one of my happy places. So that is what inspired me to write this list. Now I have included a mix here such as animated classics: A Bugs Life and The Little Mermaid. Summer themed original Disney Chanel Movies Camp Rock and High School Musical 2 which take me back to when I was at school and would spend all summer in the garden and watching movies. I also included Pirates of the Caribbean for those of us who dream of spending our summers on a white sand beach and fighting pirates. I spent a summer in America working at a summer camp and The Parent Trap brings back all my camp memories (Chestnut Till I Die!!!). I have included The Lion King - now it's up to you which version you can watch, the 1994 classic or the live-action 2019 version (out in UK cinemas 19/07/19), I will be watching both. (So keep an eye out for my review). 

As it's summer and summer is all about relaxing and enjoying being outside there is no timescale to this watchlist - just watch and cross off at your own pace. Make sure you save the list, print it, give it a share and let me know which movie you are watching first!!

Thank you for reading - Let me know in the comments what movies make you think of summer xx 


Also, this year I am attending my first outdoor movie screening at Leeds Castle! I am so excited and cannot wait to share my experience with you all xx 







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