Movies I Have Loved

Sunday, 26 July 2015

Today I thought I would put together a post on the movies that I have really enjoyed watching so far this summer. I know in the summer your supposed to be out enjoying the sunshine but many of our summer days so far have been filled with rain showers.


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The first film that I have really enjoyed watching is 'The Duff', these kind of films are my favourite, you know, the teen chick flick kind of film, I'm a sucker for these. The film is about a teenage girl called Bianca, her world is torn apart when she finds out that most of the school has labelled her as 'The DUFF' (Designated Ugly Fat Friend) in her group of friends. Bianca decides that she wants to change all that and asks Wesley, the school jock and also Bianca's childhood friend to help her charm her crush Toby.  Mae Whitman who plays Bianca is absolutely hysterical and had me laughing throughout the film.  If you love films like Mean Girls, you will love this.


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The next film is 'Insurgent'. This film is the second film in the 'Divergent' trilogy. This film shows Tris and Four on the run from Jeanine and the rest of the Erudites. Tris and Four begin searching for allies and answers on what Tris' family sacrificed their lives for and why the Erudites are doing everything in their power to stop them. Tris and Four face many challenges throughout this film and uncover many secrets on their future and what it holds.  I thoroughly enjoyed this film, it was action packed from start to finish. I am a huge fan of Divergent so I knew I would love the second part of the series.


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The last film is 'Love Rosie', I had never really heard anything about this film but decided to give it a go and I was so impressed at how good it was.  Rosie and Alex have been best friends since they were five years old but now as they are approaching university they are forced to go their separate ways. They remain friends but throughout the film Rosie is constantly thinking whether they were meant to be more than just good friends. However bad luck, misunderstandings and missed opportunities face both Rosie and Alex, will they finally give up their friendship to be together?
This film is now probably one of my favourite films, I cried and laughed as it really takes you through all the emotions. It's such a feel good film and I fell in love with story, if your looking for an amazing romantic film, this is the one for you.

Savannah
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9 comments :

  1. My sister has seen Duff, it sounds like I'd like it so I'll keep an eye out for it. I'm getting Lovie Rosie for my birthday next week. I can't wait to see it as I love the book. Have you read it?

    Amy at Amynmore.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. It's soo good! You'll really enjoy Love Rosie, it's amazing! Noo but I want too, is it good? :) xx

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  2. I loved The Duff and Insurgent, such great movies and I am really looking forward to Allegiant because I loved the books so much! Love, Rosie sounds like something I would like even though I haven't heard of it before so I am definitely going to check that one out xx

    Charli | Beauty & Lifestyle Blogger at CHARLI B

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    1. I'm obsessed with both divergent and insurgent, such good films/books! You won't be didsapointed :) xx

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  3. The Duff was so funny! I can't believe I haven't seen Insurgent and Love, Rosie yet!

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    1. It is! :D they are really good films! Xx

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  4. Love, Rosie was a brilliant film ! I was laughing constantly at the beginning part and was an emotional wreck in others hehe :)

    lots of love, Marianne xxx

    http://myhappybubblexx.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. it's such a lovely film! I loved it :) xxx

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  5. Love Rosie and the Duff are two of my favourite films. You should read the book behind The Duff film too, it's is nothing like the film but it is better! :)

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