New Page – Movie Corner

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I am slowly reading my way through my latest read and might even finish it by the end of the month when once again I will enter my thoughts on it.

I also mentioned a while back that I would start doing my movie reviews once again. I did subscribe to Sky Movies but now I subscribe to Netflix, mainly because of the price! I know most of the films aren’t as modern but many are ones that I’ve always wanted to watch or watch again so it’s not such a bad deal, plus of course you get loads of TV series to watch.

From time to time I will add my reviews on the main blog but starting now you will find a new page named ‘Movie Corner’ in the main menu above, this will hopefully list all films I get to watch, the date I watched it (dd/mm/yy) and a couple of lines on my thoughts about each film.

Your thoughts on what I’ve already watched or your recommendations on what I should watch are most welcome. Please, no horror movie recommendations as I really am not a horror movie fan!

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