My dear friend Alison is a huge TV fanatic. More so than me. She’s watched all 121 episodes of Lost multiple times. She introduced me to most of the shows I am now obsessed with, and I firmly believe it was she who solidified my love for all things television. Thank you, Alison.
So of course I had to talk to my bestest TV buddy about the How I Met Your Mother series finale the second I finished watching it.
Alison (who, by the way, is one-half of the incredible Fairly Nerdy Food) has graciously allow me to publish her review of the episode.
Ladies and gentlemen, here it is (and, uh, spoiler alert. duh):
Scarlett Johansson plays one fierce lady in Lucy.
Scarlett Johansson is back as a badass chick with a gun. And this time, she’s not just a sexy sidekick to some guy wrapped in an American flag.
Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke play convincing lovers in the Before series.
That’s right – after a 1.25-year hiatus, I have finally decided to get off my lazy butt and start blogging again. It’s been a long time, so it’ll be difficult getting back into the groove of things… but I’m definitely gonna try to be consistent. I promise!
Hello everyone who still reads/visits this blog. I apologize for not writing any posts since… gosh, since October! I’ve seen about ten movies since then, but it’s difficult to write about them when there’s such little incentive. I need some motivation! Perhaps I will make it my New Year’s resolution to get at least one post out a month…
Keep the Lights On stars Thur Lindhardt and Zachary Booth are brilliant.
Last night, I caught my second film at the Vancouver International Film Festival: a beautiful, honest American drama titled Keep the Lights On. I first heard of this film in August thanks to iTunes, but actually forgot about it until I started volunteering for VIFF. I knew I had to watch it after hearing it won the 2012 Teddy Award for Best Feature Film at the Berlin International Film Festival.