Tuesday

The BEST Exotic Marigold Hotel

I have been thinking for a while that I would like to do a bit more about movies at TV on my blog as after knitting they are my biggest passion in the whole world. I love music but I've never really been one of those people who's crazy for it, but I've always been crazy for movies and TV so I'm hopefully going to start doing some more reviews and stuff like that on here and to start them all off I would like to talk about The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel!

Being a Teen Granny a film about older folk was bound to catch my attention and I have been looking forward to this movie for ages. Extremely excitingly I was asked by a friend to go to an early screening of this film and as you can expect I couldn't wait. And as a small spoiler to the rest of this post I will just say - This film is amazing!


It's one of those films that just makes you feel amazing about everything and I guarentee you will leave the cinema a better person. It's incredibly funny (especially the amazing Maggie Smith), unbelievably moving and seriously beautiful. I've never been to India and this made me want to go like crazy. Every performance is 100% perfect and it's such a privilege to see so many incredible actors and actresses working along side each other. Although obviously it will appeal to adults I would also seriously reccomend it to people my age (even though I call myself Teen Granny I am actually 16) as it's as funny and entertaining for people of any age. 

I don't want to say too much as I'm scared I will give too much away but all I will say is go see this movie because it's brilliant and beautiful and just generally amazing. It comes into cinemas this Friday and I would seriously reccommend going to see it this weekend. As a bonus I'm pretty sure if there was ever a movie you could sneak your knitting into (as I am always trying to do) I think it would be this one! 

Happy Tuesday!

Love Scarlett. 

3 comments:

  1. Hey, I just wanted to say thanks!

    A couple of months ago I became completely obsessed with your blog and also with the idea of knitting. I left a comment here asking for advice on how to go about knitting and you were very helpful.

    And now I can knit! Sort of. I've made a scarf and now I'm doing my second scarf (but a more advanced one hrm.)

    So thanks again (:

    ReplyDelete
  2. I'm excited for more TV/movie reviews from you! This one looks great. Found your site through HelloGiggles and now follow you on Instagram too. :)

    ReplyDelete
  3. I went to see This film on Sunday with my mum. Outnumbered by OAPS I wondered if it would be as funny for someone my age(26). You are totally right it is an amazing film and Maggie Smith shines in her performance quite a change from the scottish witch! A perfect review!

    ReplyDelete

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...