[#AD] The TV, a magical box which enables me to zone out from the world. Watchin… : [#AD] The TV, a magical box which enables me to zone out from the world. Watching films is absolutely a form of mindfulness & with @skytv #SkyCinema you’re never stuck for options. During lockdown I’ve revisited some of my all time faves as well as catching some of the latest must see films. I thought I’d list 5 of the most memorable films I’ve watched that you must see…
Disney’s The Lion King – a CLASSIC. Who hasn’t watched this film? It’s one of those films that you can enjoy at any age, the sound track is one of the best & it’s a film I rewatch time and time again.
BlacKkKlansman – this film by Spike Lee & produced by the same team as Get Out, pulls from history whilst offering us a very up to date commentary on current life. Ron Stallworth played by John David Washington is one of the first African-American detectives to serve in the police. Determined to make a name for himself, he sets out to infiltrate & expose the KKK. This film is thought provoking & a must watch. (TW: Contains racial epithets)
Bridesmaids – this is the sort of film I like to put on when my chronic pain is bad, my concentration is all over the place and I just need to laugh. That scene on the plane when Kristen Wiig gets super drunk ~ iconic!
Top Gun – this film is RIDICULOUS but I couldn’t leave it off my list. The soundtrack alone is phenomenal and I have my brother to blame for my Top Gun obsession. If you haven’t seen Top Gun then where have you been?!
A Star is Born – a relatively new film but one that I couldn’t get out of my mind the moment I watched it. Again, a killer soundtrack and who knew a romance between Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper is everything we needed to get through 2018. This film makes me tear up, mostly because I think of my beautiful Mum belting out every single song and that woman has the voice of an angel!
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What’s your must see film recommendation? That one film EVERYONE should watch. No snobbishness here…if you love it, tell me!