My book of choice is actually out of the norm for me. A non fiction biography of Charlie Chaplin.
Chaplin. His Life and Art. by David Robinson.
I don’t usually read biographies. I’m more of a fiction gal but I’ve really been enjoying Chaplin’s biography. It’s so wonderful to be able to read quotes from him that I’ve never seen before and try and gauge his character outside the Tramp.
It’s also fantastic to look at old pictures of him in and out of character!
Hopefully you enjoy these as much as I did. Have a great day and I’ll post again tomorrow :)
~Before reading, in spirit of the movie imagine the rest of this post in a Russian accent. I don’t even think Dracula was Russian (Romanian or Transylvanian, yeah?) but it makes this post more fun so do it anyway!~
I’m VERY excited for this movie! It looks so dark and awesome and doesn’t include vampires that sparkle! (That joke will never get old).
This movie looks incredible and comes out this Friday, October 10th (US). I will definitely be going to see it :)
Hope you’re having a supertastic day and I’ll leave you with this picture of epicness:
It was incredibly slow paced and the plot went almost nowhere.
I usually try to review movies based on their level of entertainment but Out of the Furnace was completely lacking in the entertainment department. I found it hard to stay focused on the movie rather than playing on my phone or taking a nap.
Christian Bale, you let me down.
I have no more words for this film. I don’t really want to waste another second thinking about Out of the Furnace and it’s slow pacing and horrible plot. It had SO much potential and Scott Cooper seemed to just throw it all down the drain.
I definitely don’t recommend this film. Not at all.
So there. Take that Scott Cooper.
I hope everyone has a nice day and stays away from the garbage that is Out of the Furnace.