Last week I wrote a pretty harsh post about Harry Potter, and was relieved that others too think the Boy Who Lived should finally die. When in the cinema to see the new Fantastic Beasts, it actually did feel like Harry Potter was dying. We went the day after the release, and the theatre was… Continue reading What I thought of The Crimes of Grindelwald
Harry Potter played a huge role in my childhood, and I will always love the story. However, I have concerns about the franchise which is still as strong as ever all this time later. There is something my younger self never thought I would utter: is it time for the Boy Who Lived to finally die?… Continue reading Should The Boy Who Lived Finally Die? Is J.K Rowling Is Ruining Harry Potter?
A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess was released in the 1960s and is not considered a classic and essential read. It may then be surprising that I’ve only read it now, despite it having a place on my reading list for at least four years now. What A Clockwork Orange is about: The novel follows… Continue reading Book Review: A Clockwork Orange
I originally didn’t think I was going to review Bohemian Rhapsody but once I saw it I knew I just had to. What’s Bohemian Rhapsody about: Bohemian Rhapsody tells of the life of Freddie Mercury, formerly known as Farrokh Bulsara, and the rise of Queen. The film followed a simple straight-forward narrative so Queen fan… Continue reading What I Thought of Bohemian Rhapsody