Hello, hello, and welcome to yet another lovely guest film resolution for my Resolutions series! It truly has been a great one so far, and the great resolutions continue today! The lovely Miss Zoë of The Sporadic Chronicles of a Beginner Blogger is here to discuss a film that I may or may not have bullied her into watching Continue reading
Though I’m awaiting the premieres of a few of my big time TV obsessions this spring (Bates Motel, Game of Thrones, and normally Hannibal, too, but that got pushed back to summer…*sob*) I’m all too happy to bide my time by discovering random little gems on channels I usually don’t explore—such as FXX! Continue reading
In case you haven’t already figured it out, How to Train Your Dragon is one of my all-time favorites. In fact, I would’ve covered it for the Blogiversary Bash if I didn’t know it was going to be popping up over at the awesome (and newly designed) Cinema Parrot Disco! Have a look at this review and marvel at my geeky love for it. Thanks for having me, T9M!!! 🙂
Today’s IMDB Top 250 Guest Review comes from Cara of Silver Screen Serenade. She also reviewed FargoHERE. Thanks for the reviews, Cara! 🙂 Now let’s see what she has to say about How To Train Your Dragon, IMDB rank 166 out of 250…
There are still some movies up for grabs if anyone wants to do a guest IMDB Top 250 review. You can find the list of remaining films HERE. See the full list & links to all the reviews that have already been done HERE.
How to Train Your Dragon (2010) IMDB Top 250
This movie…THIS MOVIE. Oh my God. I’m a little obsessed.
How to Train Your Dragon was one of those movies that came out, and I thought, “Huh. That looks kind of cute. I guess I’ll check it out.” So I went to the movie theater…and it blew my mind…
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Well this is a type of post I haven’t done in a while! So here’s a refresher for new readers and/or those who have forgotten (because I haven’t done one of these in over three months): Duets is a feature where I do mini reviews of two brand new movies or two movies that have recently come out on DVD. I don’t do this often—just when I’ve seen some things pretty close together and want to give myself a break by miniaturizing their reviews. Continue reading
Even after surviving Y2K, the end of the Mayan calendar, and countless wild end-of-the-world theories, we’re all still fixated on the idea of the apocalypse. But who can blame us? It’s much more fun to imagine our world ending with a bang instead of a whimper, and Hollywood has supplied us with plenty of grand ideas for what’s going to finally do us in. Continue reading