6.10.17

Monthly Movies: Summer 2017.


MONTHLY MOVIES: JULY, AUGUST & SEPTEMBER. 

At the beginning of the year I honestly thought that this post would be the easier to keep up with. 

How difficult could it be to write one consistent post each month? The answer being very apparently. 

My blogging has taken a serious hit this summer; which has been a common theme for me throughout the years and as we’re approaching the A/W I think I’ll be finding my motivation, more ideas and generally finding more time to write and publish my posts - I’ve got my fingers crossed anyway. 

I’ve always tried to be consistent with my blogging but unfortunately I’ve noticed I tend to lul during the summer. Whether that being down to what I think is a *non-existent* social life, working extra hours or just a general lack of motivation throughout the warmer heat. Thankfully for me (and hopefully you) with us approaching winter I find this burst of excitement to spend the colder months wrapped in a blanket, watching films (ironically) and writing blog posts with copious amounts of hot chocolate. I’m now dreaming of dark and colder nights, hot chocolate and the Birmingham Christmas market, fuck I’m excited…anyone else? 

However, I should learn by now not to make any promises. 

I’d love to use the excuse that I’ve been extremely busy but we all know that’s probably far from the truth, fortunately for me though I’ve found my excitement of movie watching again. And luckily for me I'm currently curled up in bed feeling so sick - so I think I'll be watching films over the next few days until I begin to feel better. 

JULY:
  1. THE SWEETEST THING. 
  2. SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING
  3. SHES THE MAN - best. film. ever. 
  4. MRS BROWNS BOYS D’MOVIE
  5. RISE OF THE PLANET OF THE APES
  6. SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING - yes. I watched it twice. No. I didn’t enjoy it that much. 
  7. BRING IT ON. - u.g.l.y. 
  8. HOLIDAY IN THE SUN.
  9. FOOTLOOSE (2011). 
  10. CINDERELLA STORY: ONCE UPON A SONG. 
  11. MISS CONGENIALITY 
  12. SWEET HOME ALABAMA - such a classic. 
  13. MEAN GIRLS 
  14. WILD - so. fucking. intense. 
  15. RV 
  16. JUST MY LUCK 
  17. NOCTURNAL ANIMALS 
  18. ARRIVAL - oh this bored me SO much. 
  19. CRAZY. STUPID. LOVE. 
  20. THE GREEN MILE. 
  21. CARS.
  22. DUNKIRK. 
  23. TWILIGHT: NEW MOON. 
  24. HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL 2. - never gets old. 
  25. MOANA 
  26. MISS PEREGRINE: HOME FOR PECULIAR CHILDREN. - this is perfect for Christmas time. 
  27. 13 GOING ON 30. 
  28. TO THE BONE. 


AUGUST: 

  1. THE INTERN.
  2. AQUAMARINE. - I bloody love this film. 
  3. NO STRINGS ATTACHED. - i need an Aston Kutcher in my life. 
  4. LICENSED TO WED. 
  5. MEAN GIRLS 2. - omg, yawn. No thanks. 
  6. THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL 
  7. OBLIVION 
  8. SUPER 8
  9. THE OUTCASTS
  10. THE LONGEST RIDE. I never thought I’d enjoy this film as much as I did. 
  11. THE SISTERHOOD OF THE TRAVELLING PANTS 
  12. HORRIBLE BOSSES 
  13. TROLLS
  14. THE BREAKFAST CLUB 
  15. THE LION KING 
  16. AMERICAN PIE.
  17. EVERYTHING, EVERYTHING. Cringey but cute, and totally predictable. 
  18. HORRIBLE BOSSES 2
  19. HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL 3. 
  20. ALIVN & THE CHIPMUNKS: THE ROAD CHIP.
  21. THE BEST OF ME

SEPTEMBER: 
  1. JOHN TUCKER MUST DIE - such a classic. 
  2. LOVE, WEDDINGS, MARRIAGE. 
  3. DETROIT
  4. SCHOOL OF ROCK - literally had the soundtrack stuck in my head ever since. 
  5. ZOOTROPILIS 
  6. HERCULES 
  7. A CINDERELLA STORY - I want myself an Austin Ames, please. 
  8. SAFE HAVEN
  9. AMERICAN DREAMZ 
  10. MULAN - so much girl power, I love it. 
  11. THE BEST OF ME 
  12. PRACTICAL MAGIC 
  13. CHICAGO 
  14. CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN
  15. CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN 2 - I forgot how amazing these films were. 
  16. STORMBREAKER 
  17. THE BREAK UP - touched a little close to home; but still good! 
  18. THIS MEANS WAR
  19. FAME 
  20. RUGRATS GO WILD 
  21. ALL ABOUT STEVE 
  22. BAD EDUCATION: THE MOVIE
  23. NOT ANOTHER TEEN MOVIE 
  24. MRS DOUBTFIRE. - i dont do cooking, I don't do cleaning, I don't do stories...anyone?
As you can see I’ve had the pleasure of watching a variety of different films and genres over the last couple months. You’ll already know that the chick flicks were personally amongst my favourites; but I was introduced to some new choices ‘To the Bone’, ‘The Longest Ride’ and ‘Horrible Bosses’ being some of the new films I hadn’t watched before. 

As stubborn as I can be when I want to watch an easy & predictable film; I’m lucky enough to live with a group of people who will introduce me to a variety of different genres….unless it’s horror and they’ve never seen me leave the room so fast. 

You know what to do now? Send me all your movies recommendations, please and thank you.
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