Friday Movie Night


Brooklyn (2015)

Starrring: Saoirse Ronan, Emory Cohen, Domhnal Gleeson


An Irish immigrant lands in 1950s Brooklyn, where she quickly falls into a romance with a local. When her past catches up with her, however, she must choose between two countries and the lives that exist within.

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Friday Night Movie


Adam’s Rib (1949)

Starring: Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn


Domestic and professional tensions mount when a husband and wife work as opposing lawyers in a case involving a woman who shot her husband.



Let me start by saying that this is one of my top favorite movies. It’s has a witty humor and it’s so amusing, that honestly, i just can’t stop laughing during the whole thing! It all starts when Adam (Spencer Tracy) and Amanda (Katharine Hepburn) Bonner, a married couple that are both lawyers, decide to undertake a case that will bring them face to face in court. Amanda takes over the wife, who shot her husband, because he was unfaithful and Adam gets the unfaithful and injured husband. Continue reading

Friday Night Movies #1

Hi guys!

Is it Friday already? Well, then movie night it is! I had such a busy schedule today and pretty much all week, so a movie is just what I need to get my mind of everything! Just sit back and relax with a good movie. For this Friday night I have chosen the movie “The Intern” starring Robert De Niro and Anne Hathaway. I love Robert De Niro and respect him as an actor. Then, Anne Hathaway is one of my favorite actresses ever since I first saw her on “The Princess Diaries” back in 2001 and also I found her perfect for this role.


As previously mentioned I had such a long week and for that I wanted something not too hard to watch, something that would relax me and even make me laugh. That is the reason why I made this choice. And as I sat comfortably in my bed, among a pile of cushions of every dimension, I held on one hand my cup of hot tea and with the other one, I pressed play. Continue reading

Friday Night Movies

I am new to this blogging thing and I am starting to love it more than I thought I would. Except from reading books in my little cuddly nook, I also enjoy movies and I am a well- known movie junkie. I can watch anything but thrillers. They creep me out and mess with my mood. Not that crying to those drama or romantic films don’t ruin it however, I find these gernes to have a certain charm and beauty.

I consider myself being a lost wanderer and a hopeless romantic and for that, I always burst into tears with the first “finding my way and purpose of life” scene or the first “I love you, can’t live without you” one… That’s why I prefer watching movies, especially my favorite ones, alone. Oh yes, I’m such a cry baby! I admit it. Give me junk food, ice-cream and a box of tissues and I am ready to go!

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Holiday Season

The holiday season wasn’t that long ago and I have to admit that I’m on Christmas mood up to today. I haven’t even put away the decorations yet. So I’m writting this blog post as a dedication to my new favorite Christmas movie and i bet bunch of other people’s favorite one.

But first let me introduce you to what Christmas season means to me. This time of the year means bringing back home my loved ones. I long for the arrival of my favorite faces, because they all live far away. As soon as they are in town we hit the road, taking long walks all around, chit-chatting about absolutely anything, going out for coffee, gossiping and giving each other the heads up on what’s going on in each ones life. When that’s settled, we relax and the fun part begins while we start laughing and bonding all over again.

Albeit I love my friends, my favorite part is the movies. Ah, the movies! Watching them by the twinkling Christmas lights of the tree, drinking careful sips of my favorite “Red Square” tea while wearing my fluffy pj’s. Can’t get cozier and better than that.

Old black and white movies are my absolute favorite. They put you right in the holiday zone and draw a wide smile on your face. This Christmas I made a new favorite and it couldn’t have been any other than “It’s a Wonderful life” (1946) directed by Frank Capra and starring  James Stewart, Donna Reed and Lionel Barrymore. Such a touching and mesmerizing movie. Continue reading