My Latest Film Watches #2...

By Lucy Harbron - 14:05

We all know that I love a good move, and during school holidays I basically just binge watch Netflix. So I thought I would share my top films I've watched recently.


Stuck in love

I watched this film a while back but i recently re-watched it and ahh its so good! It's definitely a chick flick but Stuck In Love does have an edge, with heavier themes such drug addiction running throughout, so its not too soppy love story. I also thought the casting of this film was perfect! Logan Lerman, Lily Collins and Nat wolff are 3 of my favourite actors and are all amazing in this film, Especially Lily, her character was so beautifully developed (and she's gorgeous!). I love how Stuck In Love follows 3 different story-lines, so it never gets boring as each story and character is so unique, each with a different message behind it. I'd definitely recommend it if you're looking for something a little bit emotional but also very cute.


Heathers

This instantly became one of my favourite films. Its genius. Its funny and dark and just everything i love in a film. It's the story of a popular girl that falls for a the new guy and the pair end up killing the cruel popular rulers of their high school. It's great! Winona Ryder is perfection in every film, but she's so perfect in this role of Veronica, the angsty popular girl. She delivers so many killer lines!


Also! Heathers is now a musical, and the soundtrack is so so good! So definitely check that out, and obviously watch the film!


Tiny Furniture 

I LOVE LENA DUNHAM! I've been wanting to watch this film for ages, and I finally got round to it, I wasn't disappointed. it was so funny, and witty, it made me laugh, like really laugh. But its also a perfect coming of age story, following a girl trying to get by and work out what she's going to do. This film is so underrated, perfect film for a girls night or if you just want a chilled pamper night by yourself.


Romeo & Juliet 

I don't know why or how I've never managed to watch this film before. Baz Luhrmann is one of my favourite directors, so I thought I'd finally watch it. WOW seriously if you haven't seen this adaptation then you really need to. It's so cleverly done, and the settings are incredibly. I love the aesthetics of this film so much, and the mixture between the modern and the old that Baz does so well. Its amazing, that's all I can say.

What films have you watched recently?

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