Which could be worse: to live as a monster, or to die as a good man?
Shutter Island is one of those films that you need to watch more than once, and it doesn’t feel like a burden doing so. I’ve watched this film countless times and you pick up on little bits here and there that you didn’t notice before. It’s a film that you have to watch carefully as there are so many unexpected twists and turns in the story – Leo should have definitely won his Oscar for it!
Everyone is born, but not everyone is born the same.
I absolutely adore this film, it was one of my childhood favourites and I still love it to this day. Matilda is a film about a curious little girl who keeps herself occupied by making pancakes, reading and punishing her parents by standing up for herself – what more could you want?
You smell like pine needles, and have a face like sunshine.
There aren’t many films that persistently make me laugh out loud, but Bridesmaids continues to do so not matter how many times I watch it. Megan (Melissa McCarthy) is my favourite character, hopefully not because I relate to her the most – although give me a truck full of puppies any day.
In the quiet words of the Virgin Mary… come again?
I’m pretty sure a film about awful people doing terrible, illegal things shouldn’t be hilarious but Snatch is full of funny one liners that mean you just can’t help but laugh. It’s got some classic bad-ass actors such as Vinnie Jones and Jason Statham – Guy Ritchie does a pretty good job at making a gangster movie appeal to the likes of me.
Ladies don’t start fights, but they can finish them.
What kid doesn’t want to watch a film about the drugging and abandonment of a cat and her three kittens?! I think the Aristocats is my favourite classic Disney film, which may be where my crazy cat lady tendencies originally arose from. It’s such a fun film full of catchy songs and beautiful animations.