The Hitman’s Bodyguard (2017) Review

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I am having a bit of a shuffle around with what I am posting on this blog and on what days.  I am thinking, that Monday’s will be ‘Style’ posts, Wednesday’s will stay being anything ‘In The Kitchen’, and Friday’s will be alternating between a ‘Book Review’ or ‘Film Review’ and a ‘Thinks’ post.  That being said, today I am (as you will have seen by the title) writing about a brilliant film that I have watched recently and have instantly fallen in love with.

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Split (2016) Review

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Sometime last year I watched this film and found it incredibly interesting.  It is put down with an age range of thirteen, however, watching the film, I personally don’t think that I would want my thirteen year old child to watch this.  Although saying that I was watching ‘Law and Order: SVU’ from about that age, so who am I to say.

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Legend (2015) Review

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I would first like to point out that anyone who doesn’t like swearing or violence of any form should not watch this film, as there is a fair bit of all of that in here. Now that we have got that out if the way, let’s get on with why we are all here. Continue reading “Legend (2015) Review”

Die For Me – Karen Rose Review

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A little story behind this book is that I didn’t know that it was one of a trilogy and I read the second one about a year ago on holiday!  Ya know, because having a number two on the spine of the book, clearly, just wasn’t a big enough clue for me.  I have read these in completely the wrong order, so I had to play catch up in this book to figure out some things that I just didn’t understand in the second one.  But hey-ho it’s done, and something that I find hilarious now!

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Inheritance Cycle Book Series: Eragon – Christopher Paolini Review

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If you like books full of adventure, mythical creatures and that are set in medieval – like times, then this is a great book for you!

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