7 movies to choose from (March 2014)

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March is here and that means it’s time for the second instalment in my blog series.

The goal for this blog series: I will collect a list of 7 current (fairly current, at least) movies. They may not be current in the rest of the world, but I will focus on what is current in Denmark. By the end of each month I must have watched at least 3 of the movies on the list.

It worked really well last month so I’m hoping it will keep me motivated for march as well. In february I watched, American Hustle, August: Osage County and The Wolf of Wall Street. I really wanted to watch Frozen as well, but that will have to wait.

The list for March

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7 movies to choose from (February 2014)

7 movies to choose from at All These Plans Blog

My goal is to watch 50 new movies this year. I like re-watching movies, so I’m trying to force myself to watch some current movies. So I’ve decided to start a series to motivate my self each month.

I will collect a list of 7 current (fairly current, at least) movies. They may not be current in the rest of the world, but I will focus on what is current in Denmark. By the end of each month I must have watched at least 3 of the movies on the list.

So here is the list for February.

10 Favorite TV shows

I’ve always loved television and I’m convinced I always will.

My taste has changed quite a bit over the years, I used to be in to sit-coms and crime, I still love a good “who-dunnit” but I have shifted from comedy to drama (mostly period) and sci-fi/fantasy. I’ve compiled a list of my 10 favourite still running shows. I will also see if I  can recommend a few concluded shows that are similar.

1. Criminal Minds (2005)

I’ve been a fan since season 1 and I still love it. I wanted to become a prison psychologist once, so I think it’s part of the fascination, to understand how the mind of an “unsub” works.

2. Game of Thrones (2011)

Death, sex, power, direwolfs and dragons. Nothing more needs to be said.

3. Downton Abbey (2010)

Early twentieth century style, and plenty of drama.

4. Once Upon a Time (2011)

Who doesn’t dream about being a princess (and freaking hero).

5. Pretty Little Liars (2010)

Guilty pleasure #1 – a teen show, with a grownup following. Mystery and love.

6. The Big Bang Theory (2007)

I love this show, but I hope we reach the final season before it is “too late” (it might already be so)

7. New Girl (2011)

Zooey Deschanel, how can anyone dislike her? I’m not nearly as quirky as her, but I still recognize myself in her character.

8. Hawaii Five-0 (2010)

Beautiful scenery, hansome men and awesome women, nothing more is needed.

9. American Horror Story (2011)

I love horror and suspense movies and I love AHS.

10. Grey’s Anatomy (2005)

I’ve watched it for so long, I no longer know why, I just want to know what happens to Meredith and Derek and Christina and Alex and..

And the bonus

Sherlock (2010)

He is british, he is clever and he is quirky.

Beyonce – Forum 27.05.2013

It was..

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Amazing!

We were warm, we were squeezed, we were dancing and singing, we were happy. And we still are.

I don’t know where some of the reviewers were, but I think the sound was good, not amazing, but does it really matter when you know all the songs by heart? No one goes to a concert if they don’t LOVE the artist(s). And if you don’t like costume changes maybe you should just attend a piano recital instead.

One thing that did annoy me (and it always does) was the 20-25 minute break between the Luke James and Beyoncé, the mood dropped and people pushed closer to the stage (psycho-bitch who thought it was okay to walk right into me and keep pushing, and then thought I was crazy when I turned around and pushed back and asked her to stop it, she could have started a panic or pushed me over with that selfish behavior – I usually don’t call anyone bitch, but if you try to kill me, I will.. You should have bought golden circle tickets if you wanted to get close). I hate that period between artists.

But I loved the show, so much energy and life. Worth every penny!

Beyoncé is so beautiful, and she handled an idiot who thought it was okay to clap her in the ass very professionally (he was then escorted out of the building).