WEEKEND FILMS

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At last I got round to watching this film, Me Before You, what a brilliant film and definitely as good as the book.  I really do not know how this got any bad reviews as it was simply marvelous, I cried at the ending even though I had read the book and knew what was going to happen.  Even the bits that the film missed out from the book did not spoil the viewing at all.  A brilliant story written by Jo Jo Moyes, now I can read the next book after Izzy has finished it.
I also watched Dirty Grandpa which is so funny, I was not expecting to like it but I did and laughed lots.
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Zac Efron makes any film worth watching as he is so good-looking but the acting from them both is great, it must have been very fun to make.
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I got lovely flowers from Jodie also spent Sunday with her watching films and eating munch all day, I blame it on the weather as it was raining all weekend so you cannot go out to do anything. lol.
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Autumn has arrived and all the children are talking about Christmas already so I have started writing my lists about what to buy for them all.
I did the update on my iPhone 6s and it is so good, so I spent a lot of the weekend playing with that and trying out all the new things you can do with it.
Have a great week everyone. x
 

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3 Comments

  1. 20th September 2016 / 8:38 am

    Re: Me Before You (Movie) – I had a falling out with a friend because of this film, over a silly comment she’s made. I cried a river on the beach scene when he was sharing all his frustrations being on the chair… I was pouring my heartfelt opinion on my post then my friend commented, “I didn’t cry at all, I don’t know why everyone’s saying it’s a tearjerker!”
    Gosh I was so annoyed! LOL.
    I haven’t seen Dirty Grandpa though.. I am gonna give it a try this weekend 😀

    • 20th September 2016 / 8:49 am

      I think some people just watch a film but don’t take it in and that’s why they have no emotion about it. It’s the same with a funny film they don’t laugh. x

      • 20th September 2016 / 8:55 am

        Hahahaha. True. That movie never claimed to be a tearjerker in the first place 😉 it’s based on the reviews 😉 a lot didnt cry, but were empathic…
        Gosh, I imagined not laughing on a comedy… it’s so hard to watch “Change Up” without laughing out loud.

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