- How to be single (2016): ⭐️⭐️⭐️
Although this was a cute and funny movie, it’s weird how it’s titled “How to be single” when the majority of the film is spent trying to find a romantic partner. I felt like they made several good points (how every single show about women trying to find themselves is usually about them trying to find a man/significant other i.e Sex and the City) but didn’t focus enough on why it’s so important to find yourself.
- Captain Marvel (2019) : ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Brie Larson absolutely killed it as Carol Danvers. The humor was on-point, Young Nick Fury was a delight and Goose is Iconic. Now this movie really is about finding yourself and embracing your power and strength. Maria and Carol are an Iconic, Dynamic Duo. Not only that, Captain Marvel explores a diversity of subjects like war, guilt, rebellion and involuntary compliance. The scene with Jude Law aka Yon-Rogg where he wants to fight her without weapons and she goes “I don’t have anything to prove to you” just made my heart flutter. Bad Bitch Energy™ right there, friends. (The dedication to Stan Lee did make me tear up a bit and the fact that a kid yelled “We love you, Stan” in the cinema did not help.)
- Pride and Prejudice (2005) : ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Directed by Joe Wright, this movie is something out of this world. You’ve probably heard of it/seen it, I’m just always late to everything. The scenography is gorgeous and every shot was beautifully filmed. I saw many people on Twitter gush about the movie and I UNDERSTAND NOW. There are so many details that make this movie perfect (the hand thingy when he helps her get on the carriage). Keira Knightley was the perfect choice for Elizabeth Bennet. Brb I wanna see it again… !
- Mamma Mia (2008) : ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
This was a rewatch and I enjoyed just as much as the first time I saw it. I’m corny like that. While I have seen Mamma Mia 2 (and I sort of don’t want to because I wanna keep the pristine, glossy and perfect image of the first one I have made up in my head). The landscapes and color schemes are gorgeous, the soundtrack is AMAZING (ABBA just reminds me of holidays and love. Also, they make up at least 3 of the 5 stars I gave to this movie). I really like Meryl Streep in this movie. If you haven’t seen it and you’re looking for a corny yet tolerable romance movie, this one’s for you !S
- Mon Bébé (2019) : ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
This is a French movie that just came out in France about the relationship between a mother and her children, specifically her youngest daughter who’s off to study in Canada and will leave the household soon. The humor was A+. Through the mother-daughter relationship in the movie, I saw my own relationship with my mother a lot in this. It’s overall a beautiful, heartfelt love letter to motherhood.
That was every movie I saw in March 2019 ! Did you watch any movie this month ? What did you think ? Tell me down below !