Let’s talk about the Golden Globes 2020

The awards ceremony for the Golden Globes 2020 took place last night, so the time is nigh to discuss whether my predictions were correct (spoiler alert: they mostly weren’t), Awkwafina’s win, 1917 winning stuff and a new nickname for Leo. My predictions Out of the 25 categories, I predicted 12 of the winners correctly. This…

My Golden Globes 2020 predictions

The Golden Globes 2020 are upon us! To kick of this year’s awards season, let’s take a look at the nominees in every category from film to television and see if I can predict the winners. This has become a HUGE list, so I’ll keep this introduction really short. Overall, I think Marriage Story will…

Cinema Club // December 2019

From Chris Evans wearing a very expensive looking sweater to one of the most heartwarming films of 2019, these are the movies and series I watched in December 2019. Knives Out (2019) ★★★★ Chris Evans wearing a cableknit sweater? Daniel Craig breaking free from his James Bond-shackles and having a really weird accent? A super…

The Peanut Butter Falcon (2019) // Film Review

★★★★ Despite its completely predictable storyline, The Peanut Butter Falcon is the most heartwarming film I’ve seen this year. Especially Zack Gottsagen’s performance will put a smile on your face and a yearning for adventure in your heart. Zak (Zack Gottsagen) is 22 years old, has Down Syndrome and lives in an old folks’ home….

Cinema Club // October 2019

A little bit later than usual, but it’s always a good time to talk about movies, if you ask me. So let’s talk about the movies and series I watched in October, from Joker to Rocketman (yes, I’m still standing and singing along to the soundtrack). Did you know 500 Days of Summer is already…

Halloween films for people who don’t do horror

For those of you that share my feelings about horror movies, but still want to watch something creepy on the creepiest days of all, I’ve listed 8 films to watch on Halloween if you don’t do horror. These will (hopefully) not give you any sleepless night, nor will they (probably) ensue any barfing or fainting,…

Joker (2019) // Film Review

★★★★★ “It’s beautiful, isn’t it?” Joker is a game-changer, as it challenges everything we thought we knew about superhero movies, its villains and the iconic character of the Joker himself. Forget everything you know about the iconic character of the Joker, comic book movies and the villains that oppose the masked or caped heroes, because…

The Almost Famous Writer Book Club // Fall 2019

From the new Philip Pullman book to the perfect classic read for October, these are the books I’ll be reading this fall. Honestly, is there a better fall activity than to curl up with a good book, a hot cup of tea and a fluffy blanket? I think not, so I’ve selected the three books…

Summer in Scotland on film #1

Travel back to summer in Scotland with me in this two part series where I share my film photos. In this first part: Tantallon Castle. On the east coast of Scotland, about an hour’s drive from Edinburgh, towers the ruin of a once magnificent castle. Tantallon Castle was built in 1350 right on the edge…

Cinema Club // September 2019

From Dirty Dancing to La portrait de la jeune fille en feu, let’s discuss the movies I’ve seen in September in this freshly squeezed cinema club. Now that the days are getting shorter and the nights colder, it’s the perfect time to either brave the rain outside and seek shelter in the movie theaters or…