Spider-Man has always been my favourite superhero. His cheeky persona, tragic backstory built with gritty realism and likeable love interests were a great formula, especially when combined with eclectic villains and some of the best superpowers out there – who doesn’t want to swing around New York City? And self-healing would be pretty handy.
So obviously The Amazing Spider-Man 2 was one of my…
It would be so awesome to see The Fault In Our Stars in May if I got to go to an early screening!
I can’t wait to see my favourite book on the big screen… I don’t usually cry at films but I feel like I might at this one.
Lady Dinah’s Cat Emporium, located on Bethnal Green Road in East London, is the city’s first cat cafe. A sensation that first got huge in Taiwan and Japan, the idea is that diners can enjoy some food and drink with the extra joy of being surrounded by cats who are relaxed in their environment.
Sounds perfect, right? Thankfully, Lady Dinah’s Cat Emporium actually lives up to the hype that has…
The second Captain America film was much anticipated. Chris Evans made an impact as Steve Rogers, the WWII super-soldier, in both his first solo film and Avengers Assemble, but many thought he did not get the screen time he deserved. In fact, many of the deleted scenes from the latter film heavily feature him.
So now we get our chance to relish Evans in the straight-laced role he was made for. We…
Gogglebox is always full of eclectic opinions and comments, but there were two this week that I particularly wanted to address.
Firstly, the lovely elderly couple Leon and June criticised Channel 4 for showing Nigel Farage: Who Are You?, a documentary following the man behind the reputation.
I have a bone to pick with Justin Timberlake’s manager.
Coming on stage five or ten minutes before 8:30pm – the advertised show time – he announced that JT had laryngitis and hadn’t been speaking for the last ten hours but, on a doctor’s advice, had decided he could not perform. Then the blow was “softened” by the news that Tom Jones had stepped in to sing instead.
Once that little…