As soon as I saw the trailer for Fallen, I knew I had to watch this film. There’s just something about angels and demons warring over love that screams epic romance. This fantasy love story has managed to fill the gaping hole that has been left in my heart by the series finale of The … More Fallen: Twilight meets City of Angels
Need an excuse to drink lots of rum cocktails? How about picking Dirty Dancing Havana Nights for your next movie night then? The prequel/sequel to the iconic dance flick features Rogue One rebel Diego Luna as a salsa dancer. Need I say more?
There are three sides to every story and Ned Benson tells them all in his masterful romantic drama The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby. It’s an intimate look at a relationship scarred by tragedy and features captivatingly raw performances by Jessica Chastain and James McAvoy. Brace yourself for heartache!
The CW’s latest teen soap is a sexy murder-mystery. And there’s a good chance it will be your new favourite guilty pleasure. Here are 5 reasons to start watching Riverdale.
As if we needed any more reason to want to skip the rest of 2016 and fast forward to the new year, the series set to premiere over the next 12 months look extremely promising. Here’s my personal Top 10 of new and returning shows I just can’t wait to delve into.
If you have re-fallen in love with Alexis Bledel after watching the Gilmore Girls revival on Netflix, you should check out this film: The Good Guy is an unconventional romantic drama that will both shatter women’s faith in men and reaffirm it.
Felicity Jones and Gossip Girl bad boy Ed Westwick hit the Alpine slopes in this cute winter romcom. Full disclosure: if you haven’t booked a skiing holiday this year, Chalet Girl might be painful to watch.
If you’ve ever had your spirits lifted by a song, or your cockles warmed by a melody, then you should check out August Rush. It’s a Dickensian tale about a young boy who sets out to find his parents through the magic of music…
A little chocolate never killed nobody: Lasse Hallström’s feel-good drama about a chocolate shop that shakes up the tranquille life of a french small town is still as sweet as it was when it came out 16 years ago. Here’s why you should indulge yourself to watch it…
Here’s the thing: if you want to be friends with me, I’m going to have to ask you to watch Garden State. Because if you’ve never seen Zach Braff’s masterpiece about the cruel complexities of life, you stand no chance of ever fully grasping the mysterious ways in which my soul works. Here’s what you … More Garden State: Exploring the Infinite Abyss of Life