I saw it the day after it came out (no midnight premiere for me, it was a school night!) and I thought it was positively brilliant! And the music was absolutely breathtaking. (The little grey box below is a clip of them singing Misty Mountains and it’s so beautiful it gives you chills. My friend and I actually sang this at lunch the other day at school hahaha)
What did you guys think? Did you see it at midnight? How well did you think it was adapted from the book? Are you looking forward to the next one? I sure am!
Have you seen the trailer for the film adaptation of Stephen Chbosky’s The Perks of Being a Wallflower? (If not, click here.)
So everyone, tell us what you think!
As for me, I’m thrilled to see this book come to life on the big screen. I am so excited to see Logan Lerman as Charlie, but most excited to see Emma Watson. From the looks of the trailer, she’s going to be a fantastic Sam. I can’t wait! My biggest hope for the movie is that it will be able to portray life in high school through Charlie’s eyes in a way that it feels genuine and authentic. (Plus, it helps that one of my favorite bands, Imagine Dragons is playing in the background!)
Have you read the book? What did you think of it? Are you excited for the movie? What did you think of the trailer? Are you pleased with the cast? What are your hopes for the movie? Which part of the book are you most excited to see turned to film?
I saw The Woman in Black today! Here’s a little review for you! *NO SPOILERS I promise!*
I saw The Woman in Black tonight! I loved it! Daniel Radcliffe is brilliant.
I thought the movie was really interesting because in a way, it was sort of enchanting and charming while somehow still being morbid. Just the whole old British countryside with the old train and the typewriter and the lace and tea kettles was lovely. The marsh was actually really beautiful! And I love the fog and the old mansions. The graveyard was really actually very pretty.
Don’t get me wrong, it was still scary and rather horrifying, but it was what I like to call morbidly lovely. I guess I just kind of like eerie, creepy things.
Many people disliked the ending, but I thought it was absolutely perfect. So I’ll let you dwell on that a bit.
The only thing that bothered me had nothing to do with the movie…