Yesterday I finally finished reading J. R. R. Tolkien’s first installment of The Lord of the Rings. Once I was done I immediately went on to re-watch Peter Jackson’s epic adaptation of a book considered impossible to be turned into a movie. Here’s what I thought:
Dark forces are rising again in Middle Earth. Everybody is in danger as Sauron is searching for his one ring that allows him to rule over all the free peoples.
The fate of them all know depends on a little Hobbit who was entrusted to destroy the ring. Along with eight companies he sets out for Mount Doom.
Book vs. Movie: Continue reading
Vikings is my latest choice when it comes to TV shows. By now I’m four episodes into it and here’s what I think:
1. They very first thing I thought after about one minute was “Hey that’s like Game of Thrones with awesome beards and even cooler braids.” (Don’t get me wrong, that’s a very good thing!) Continue reading
The new season of Game of Thrones finally started! I can’t tell how excited I am. I recently finished the books and wonder how the adapted it for TV. So far they did a great job transferring the books into a TV show.
Now that we are facing the new season I want to look back a bit. It took me some time to discover this show. To be exact, three seasons were awaiting me when I decided to give it a shot. However, from the first episode I watched, I was hooked.
You wouldn’t believe how richly layered a TV who can be. The books are incredible and after I read them, I’m even more impressed by the show. There are so many things, characters, stories, details – reading it you’d think it’s impossible to make a TV show out of it.
A big praise goes out to the people who did the casting. No way could there be a more perfect choice of actors. So far there was not one person I would consider unfitting for the role. Continue reading
Today I bring you my favourite bad ass chicks in movies! I hope you enjoy this list and please let me know about your picks in the comments below!
Mallory Knox (Juliette Lewis in Natural Born Killers):
Never, ever mess with this woman. She is more than just dangerous. Nevertheless she will always one of my favourite movie characters. Although sometimes pretty crazy, she is loyal and stands up for herself. Nothing or Nobody could ever put her down.
Hey there folks! It’s been a while since my last DIY post. But today I bring a bunch of lovely little animals. Recently I was doing some crocheting, and by now I’ve got half a zoo
When I did the little devil, everybody was coming up to get an animal. So half of what I did ended as gifts. One of the bunnies was for my mum, one for my grandma and one for my godmother. The creeper was for my boyfriend (by now the devil is also sitting on his couch).
Although it was a whole lot of work, I’m happy that I put so much effort in it. So far everybody loved my gifts and that’s what counts for me!
(If you want to recreate any of the little fellas, look for the links below!)
The devil was my first try. I think I turned out pretty nicely ;-)
I’m really proud of this one! My boyfriend was so happy when I gave it to him ^-^
This little piggy was for my mother.
Today my list topic strays from the usual TV sector and goes right down to movies. Here are my favourite TV couples! I hope you enjoy it, let me know in the comments below which pairing you would have picked! :-)
6. George and Mary Bailey (It’s a wonderful Life):
Has there ever been a cuter couple? Whenever George struggles, Mary is there to support him. They are a perfect match and stick together throughout every kind of problems.