Monday, 26 September 2016

Wee Movie Review: Bridget Jone's Baby!

Hello lovelies!

So last night I had a wee mate date to go see Bridget Jone's Baby. I really love these movies (although I didn't like the books as much) so I was super looking forward to it, and I thought I would let you all know what I thought while it was fresh in my mind, because I'd heard some less than favourable thoughts on it!

And the movie is obviously Bridget Jone's Baby!

Thursday, 22 September 2016

Reading Wrap Up August 2016!

Hi lovelies,

Today I would like to share with you what I read in the month of August! I know this is mega late, but I didn't realise it hadn't posted until now (bad blogger).

I had a *much* better reading month in August, I read plenty and I enjoyed it all! I decided to really mix it up, I read lots of different genres and just read what I wanted and it was fun!

That said I barely read anything the last week or so, as I got caught up in watching Grey's Anatomy again from the beginning but that's OK too! (this carried well into September as my September reading wrap up will attest...)

This month I read...

Monday, 22 August 2016

TV Guide: What To Watch on Netflix UK: Episode 3!

Aloha lovelies,

I thought it was about time for another episode of What to Watch on Netflix UK! I've been meaning to talk about my current favourite comic book TV shows for the longest time, so if you're looking for something new, or just want to know where to start with all these comic book TV series, then I have watch you need!

Also, for fun, I've added in some nostalgia, because what is Netflix perfect for if not reminding you of the excellent, cheesy shows you adored in your teens?

As always I have three amazing picks for you, but from this episode onwards I am offering up a top pick (which means you absolutely, definitely, HAVE to watch it regardless of whether you like the sound of it or not!). Not that I like to pick favourites, but if you're going to take heed of my advice and watch one of these magnificent shows, then let it be this one...


While the DC movies fail, the DC TV shows are thriving. Gotham now has two seasons under it's belt. Unfortunately only the first season is available on Netflix, however it's a good way to dip your toe in the water to see if you like it!

Gotham is based in the Batman universe, before Batman was Batman and just a little known kid called Bruce Wayne. The focus of the show is mainly on a lowly gets-shit-done detective by the name Jim Gordon, as he fights crime in a way only Jim Gordon can.