We all know soap operas build their audiences and keep them hooked using drama, suspense and cliff hangers to keep them watching every single day. Here in the UK we have a soap called Eastenders and at the end of every episode we have what people call a “duff duff” moment. What do I mean by
Unique and quaint are the best words to describe this film. It manages to deal with the common issue of failing at writing in a way that feels familiar for all the right reasons – because it is happening to you. It really captures the sense of having to fail a lot before managing so
Finally got round to watching this Wes Anderson flick and I loved it – however I still stand my ground in saying The Grand Budapest Hotel was his best film yet. The difference between the two is it felt like in Moonrise Kingdom he was still trying to perfect the balance between substance and style,
We all have them. Conversations. They can often be dry, tasteless and predictable, but then sometimes you will meet that one person who, with out fail, you can have the BEST conversations with. It is these conversations that I live for.