Thursday Movie Picks: Television Edition: Books You Want to be Adapted into a TV Series

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As per usual with the last Thursday of the month, today, instead of movies, we are talking about TV series, and more specifically about TV series that have yet to be made as we are talking about books we'd like to see on the small screen. I picked three books I loved but, as I'm watching Normal People and I am not enjoying it, I'm not sure I really want to see them turned into series after all. 

Thursday Movie Picks: Treasure Hunt

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Treasure hunt movies are kind of cool. Sure, most of them are bad, but they still are kind of cool, and there are some I really enjoyed. That said, the temptation to be lazy and pick the Pirates of the Caribbean trilogy was really, really strong this week. But I can't always be lazy so I worked a bit more this time and came up with different films. 

Thursday Movie Picks: Movies That Confused You

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For this week's Thursday Movie Picks, we are talking about films that confused us. And, although I wrote the post 5 minutes before posting it, I'm glad I picked the films in advance as I have so much brain fog lately I could/would have ended up picking Bo Burnham's Inside which I watched last week and was not confusing at all. And probably Kung Fu Panda too since I watched it in German and last language is still quite a mystery to me. Anyways, enough with the rambling, here are the films that confused me the most. 

Thursday Movie Picks: Oscar Winner Edition: Best Costume and Best Makeup and Hairstyling

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I've really enjoyed doing these Oscar-themed Thursday Movie Picks posts these past seven months; now it's time for me to struggle to find films for this week's as I often overlook costume, makeup and hairstyling Oscars, even though they are just as important as the others. With the help of Wikipedia, here are my favourites from each category. 

Monthly Recap: July 2021

I know I am (probably) saying this every month but how on earth did another month just pass? It feels like yesterday when the year began and it's August already.