The end of the month always arrives so suddenly for me… Again I left everything at the last minute like an idiot. Despite of this my picks for Rachel Weisz this month ended up being alright and not so bad. So without further ado, here’s another good month in the Hidden Gems movie challenge of 2021.
Just cracked open a bottle of wine, took five sips, collected my thoughts, and sat down to write possibly the most emotional review I’ve written this year. Oh, here’s hoping I won’t start crying again.
In case you are stumbling on this blog just now, know that I’m a big fan of The Hunger Games franchise. I loved the first movie when it came out, I loved the second one even more and no amount of drama with Lawrence could have kept me away from the third installment. Therefore, you can imagine the little old me anticipating this one with quiet anticipation until I had to endure two hours of almost nothing because why make one when you can make two!
The truth is, I am a huge fan of The Hunger Games franchise and the excitement is not wearing off any time soon either. I’ve read the books, second being my favorite of the series, and I’ve seen the first movie more than once. Therefore, it was pretty much given that I was going to see The Hunger Games: Catching Fire on its opening weekend and now, almost a week later, I think I’m still not able to contain my thoughts into a coherent sounding review but I’ll try to do my best. And in case you missed the POW popcorn rating, I freaking loved Catching Fire!