Category: Movies

Music and Me Tag: My (Probably Trash Taste) Edition

Thanks Rose @ Wretched and Divine for tagging me! 🖤 Rules Link back to the original (Sophie @ Me and Ink) so she can see your answers and listen to the tunes. For every prompt you choose name 1-5 songs (you can use Sophie’s graphics) Have fun and play your music LOUD! Home Town Glory

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Uncredited Disney Roles?

Okay so. There’s something I’ve always wondered. Why aren’t the Disney singing voices credits alongside the actors in the ending credits? The voice actors for characters’ speaking voices are always credited under ‘characters’ and really early on in end credits, but why aren’t their singing voices shown when the voice actor’s name is? Honestly when

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An Updated Pop Vinyl Collection

I have somehow managed to amass even more pop vinyls since last time. I often wonder how, but then remember that the vast majority were gifts or arcade prizes (along with some really cute plushies…) and I am grateful for all of them! Especially since I love decorating my room with things that I love,

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The 2020 Releases I’m Most Excited For

Animal Crossing: New Horizons I love, and will forever love, Animal Crossing. I can’t wait to start playing on it the Switch and be given that golden ticket to a deserted island by the racoon I will forever be indebted to. Ori and the Will of the Wisps This is such a gorgeous series, so

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ALWAYS BE MY MAYBE: DEFINITELY WILL BE RE-WATCHING

I didn’t know about this movie until the memes started rolling in. I saw Keanu Reeves walking on Twitter and was confused. I dug further into Twitter and found lots of videos of Keanu Reeves walking to different songs and was confused. I deep dove into Twitter and then finally, finally found the Twitter page

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YESTERDAY: CHARMING, JUST LACKING THAT SPECIAL SOMETHING

I never expected to see a film which featured a world without The Beatles. In what is a fairly quirky concept, one mediocre guy named Jack who dreams of doing more with his music gets hit by a bus during an international blackout. He wakes up to find that no-one else can remember The Beatles

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BOOKSMART: AN EXTREMELY FUN MOVIE

I’m a sucker for a coming of age story. Especially one that delivers on marvellous facial expressions, queer content and humorous writing. Though I’m unsure whether or not to pay attention to the fact too that there’s been quite a few good films and TV series I’ve watched recently that have Will Ferrell as a

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