• Camp Rock

    Camp Rock


    It was time to revisit where my love for Demi Lovato was born.

  • The Emperor's New Groove

    The Emperor's New Groove



  • The Aristocats

    The Aristocats


    everybody wants to be a cat

  • Portrait of a Lady on Fire

    Portrait of a Lady on Fire


    A bit too slow for me but I definitely recognise it as a good film. Not sure if I completely agree with the hype it’s been getting. It’s certainly not my favourite movie of the year but I can give it praise where praise is due.

  • WALL·E



    I missed out on seeing this at the cinema when it first came out and so was really glad to catch it at the Glasgow Film Festival. Definitely one of my favourite Pixar films.

  • Train to Busan

    Train to Busan


    Feel as if I was only watching this for half an hour. Insane.

  • Okja



    go veggie u cowards

  • Miss Americana

    Miss Americana


    There will always be a place in my heart for Taylor Swift. She‘s one of the artists that shaped my teenage years. As cheesy as it sounds, Fearless, Speak Now and Red are all albums that feel like home to me. What this documentary gave us is not what I expected. I definitely teared up several times, but my love for Taylor is even stronger now.

    I also really resonated with her talking about the need to be a 'good' person and living for praise and approval from others. Like wow. ME (pun fully intended).

  • Luxo Jr.

    Luxo Jr.


    I didn’t realise how much nostalgia this would bring.

  • Parasite



    I will be surprised if this isn’t my favourite film of the year.

  • The Lighthouse

    The Lighthouse



  • The Farewell

    The Farewell


    Had to bump this up half a star to 5 after rewatching it. Incredible.