KnigaWorm Film Review: The Impossible (2012)

The things I do for my friends…I was putting the finishing touches on my review of “Gone girl” (the movie, not the book) when a friend of mine called me up. After a quick catch-up session, the conversation turned to how bloody scary life is right now. And no, not cause of Covid, we’re kindContinue reading “KnigaWorm Film Review: The Impossible (2012)”

Book review: Wild day at the zoo

A wild day at the zoo, by Victor D. O. Santos I received a complimentary copy of this book from Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA)through NetGalley. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own. This is a wonderful book to read with children who would like to learn any language!The author gives a great exampleContinue reading “Book review: Wild day at the zoo”

Eurovision song contest: review

What even is this movie? Is it supposed to be a parody? But a parody of what, Eurovision? Eurovision already is a parody. Is it supposed to be a comedy? It’s not funny. Unless you can laugh at basic prat-fall comedy. And why is this movie so freakin’ long? Why do I have to sit through two hoursContinue reading “Eurovision song contest: review”

Modern Family, Nostalgia Reviews

The finale of Modern Family aired last Wednesday and… I have feelings. Many feelings, most of which are Cam hysterically sobbing. Why Cam? If you have to ask then you’re not a true ModFam fan. And if you’re not – perhaps my reviews will convince you to give this wonderful show a go?Although I mustContinue reading “Modern Family, Nostalgia Reviews”

Book review: Worry says What?

Worry says What? by Allison Edwards I received a complimentary copy of this book from National Center for Youth Issues through NetGalley. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own. I feel like the mark of a truly great children’s story (be it a book or a movie) is how well it works for adults.Continue reading “Book review: Worry says What?”

Book review: Baby teeth

BABY TEETH, BY ZOJE STAGE I received a complimentary copy of this book from St. Martin’s Press through NetGalley. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own. I finished this book at the end of October, but then the worst period of my life  happened, and there was no place for books or reviews. SuchContinue reading “Book review: Baby teeth”

Star Wars Episode VIII The Last Jedi

Here we go, The Last Jedi! I was surprised to find it on Netflix – this is the only Star Wars movie they have on there. I wonder why? Maybe because it’s gotten so many negative reviews, that not many people want to pay to see it. I am here mainly because the current CaptainContinue reading “Star Wars Episode VIII The Last Jedi”

After Life, Season 1

This is a very personal review. I can’t believe I’m even posting it, but here it is. What a brilliant show! I just finished the last episode – there’s only six half-hour ones, thank you, British television! So I’m full of the feels, and this is not going to be very coherent. Which, I figure,Continue reading “After Life, Season 1”

Death March Escape, by Jack J. Hersch

The full title reads – Death March Escape: The remarkable story of a man who twice escaped the Nazi Holocaust. I would say “remarkable” is an understatement in this context. There have only been a handful of recorded cases of prisoners escaping from concentration camps during WWII and not all of those who managed toContinue reading “Death March Escape, by Jack J. Hersch”

xoxo, Dan Humphrey’s murderous alter-ego

I hope you guys enjoyed my rambling reviews! I definitely enjoyed writing them. It felt liberating to share my thoughts unfiltered, unrestrained by the standard reviewing conventions. Thank you for reading, liking and commenting – let’s do this again very soon! THIS POST IS LIGHT, BUT FULL OF SPOILERS! On the whole, YOU proved toContinue reading “xoxo, Dan Humphrey’s murderous alter-ego”