May 24, 2014

Movie: In Her Shoes


I remember watching In Her Shoes in theaters when I was younger and I remembered how I didn't really get it. I may have been a little too young to understand what was going on, but as I saw it a while later, a little older and wiser, I got it. I understood the family dynamic, especially when it came down to the sister bond between Toni Collette and Cameron Diaz. Not only does the movie touch on the dysfunctional broken family, but it also touches the subject of self-worth, understanding yourself, and most importantly accepting love. Yes, it's a chic-flick tonight, so grab your girlfriends, sister, or if it's just you tonight, and indulge yourself with tonight's movie pick. 

May 21, 2014


May 16, 2014

Movie: When Harry Met Sally

I have a confession to make: I have never seen When Harry Met Sally until the other night. I know, big film junkie like me had never seen one of the most romantic movies of all times! You'd be surprised as to what I haven't seen, so I am starting with the classics.

May 10, 2014

Movie: Drive

It's been a while, I know, but tonight looks like a perfect movie night for me. Sometimes I know what I'm in the mood for, other times I'm not. Tonight however, I am in the mood for Drive. Why? I guess because I was listening to Nightcall by Kavinsky, which is the opening song to the movie, and it always makes me think of Ryan Gosling pensively driving through the LA streets. Also, Ryan Gosling. Always Ryan Gosling.

May 5, 2014


Hey Guys, I know I haven't spoken about movies and TV for a while, sorry. I've been binge watching Arrow, which I finished season one on Netflix. It's pretty good, though I cringe once in a while on the editing. Besides that, I am all caught up on Once Upon A Time, New Girl, The Mindy Project, Parks and Recreation, Chicago Fire & PD. Yeah, that's all that I've got going right now in terms of TV, and most of the shows are nearing their season finale.

I seriously cannot wait for Orange is the New Black, and Pretty Little Liars to return. I need my female empowerment fix.

Movie wise, meh. I'm looking forward to seeing Maleficent and Godzilla out soon. Oh and let's not forget John Green's The Fault In Our Stars which is sure to be a real tearjerker. I know because I cried reading the book.

I'm currently reading Eleanor & Park by Rainbow  Rowell. The fanart is amazing, and I'm glad it's being made into a movie. Rainbow also wrote Fangirl, which I enjoyed very much, because let's be honest here, we have all found ourselves consumed in a good fanfic every now and then.

I cannot express how fond I have been of this coming of age book, a book that hits home when it comes to feeling lonely, or falling in love for the first time. The only book I remember feeling like this is The Perks of Being a Wallflower. I hate when books are labeled under "young adult" because every book, no matter what genre it is, should be read. Books like Eleanor & Park is what makes me love reading even more. They're nostalgic and a breath of fresh air.

Oh and Gone Girl was psycho good. I cannot wait to see the movie starring Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike out this October.

That's all I've got folks. What are you watching? Reading?

May 2, 2014

Friday: Haim Concert Experience

Hey guys, sorry I haven't been around much. Life is getting kind of busy and hectic and I always end up tired to blog. Anyway, I went to the Haim concert on Tuesday with my sister... and it was magical. It was my first (first!) serious concert, and I'm glad that they were my first real concert.

We arrive at the venue early and decided to stand in the general admission area. We stood for about two hours, but then the opening act, Shy Girls, came out. They were pretty awesome. The main singer reminded me of Stefan Salvatore from The Vampire Diaries, no joke.

The picture is a little hazy, but I had to make due with where I was standing.

After four songs, the sisters came out. They started with Falling and the rest was pure magical. They can really rock, guitars... drums... the girls gave an A+ performance. I am really forward to seeing the, again in the future.

What's you're Haim experience? Or any concert experience?