This song at the ending of the latest episode from TVD fitted just perfectly with all the emotions. What a beautiful song. Poor Liz and Caroline..
This week I saw The best of me, which I have been wanting to see for quite a while. I didn’t really know what to expect of it. 1 or 2 years ago I started with the book, only I never finished it. Because most of the time, I can only really enjoy a book when I have seen the movie (that I loved) first. So I didn’t finish the book. I have to say it was a bit too smooth sometimes too haha, but I’m sure that I will enjoy it now that I’ve seen the movie.
Nevertheless, I liked this movie and on some points it turned out to really surprise me! So if you like to see a movie about two highschool-sweethearts who will meet again 20 years later, you’ll enjoy it (If you’ll watch it: look at Amanda’s dresses when she is younger, they are gorgeous!)
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I must say I was pretty surprised about one couple that broke up and a newly-firmed couple. Sorry to be this vague lol, but I hate spoilers so I don’t want to give away everything for the people who haven’t seen it yet.
But if you haven’t, I would recommand you to watch it! Interesting stories, good songs and just the happiness that Glee always brings!
His voice, wow!
This song is kind of growing on me. When I heard it the first time I didn’t like it that much, even though I’m a pretty big Lana Del Rey fan. But as I was listening to it again, it started to remind me a bit of Born to Die and Blue Jeans. And now, I can really hear how good the song is and it is on repeat.
I’m not sure what I will think of the movie Big Eyes yet, in which Lana Del Rey’s song is featured. To me the story isn’t that catchy, but the casting and director are good. So maybe I will enjoy it anyway!
What do you think of Lana’s new song? And will you go see the movie Big Eyes in theaters?
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It has been a while ago, but this week a new episode of Pretty Little Liars aired, called: How the ‘A’ stole Christmas.
Although nothing became any clearer I still loved it. Because let’s be honest, I think we will never know who A really is haha, or at least not anytime soon. I still got so many questions! Especially about all the characters that might be involved, given the fact that they always appear for a few episodes, then dissapear and then all of the sudden are there again a season later. Or they never talk about certain events anymore. And then I’m still wondering, why did this happen? Why was she/he there? How? Noooo, you can’t be on the A team!? It is always so busy in my head during an episode, haha.
But, what I actually wanted to share with you is that I loved this song from last week’s episode. Have yourself a merry little Christmas by Christina Perri. It’s a bit more dramatic than the Original version and it really suits her voice in my opinion!
For now, I’ll be enjoying December and will be waiting patienly for the 6th of January to arrive with a new episode of PLL.
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Just watched this movie tonight for the second time and I still like it! Just a nice movie, that is way better than the story and the trailer lets on. It has a got a bit of everything: drama, love and laughter. Just some people from the cast: Logan Lerman, Lily Collins, Jennifer Connelly, Greg Kinnear, Nat Wolff, Kristen Bell & Liana Liberato.
PS. I love this soundtrack from the movie – At your door. And that goes for a lot of other songs from the movie to like Between the Bars, You are your mothers child, Beach Baby, Home and A mountain, A peak.
So a recommandation from me, perfect for a night at home with a blanket and some candles, just the way I like it. Enjoy!