The LEGO Ninjago Movie: Review

The Lego Ninjago Movie a 2017 3D computer-animated action comedy martial arts film produced by Warner Brothers based on the Lego Ninjago toy line. The film stars the voices of Dave Franco, Justin Theroux and Jackie Chan. It feels like forever since I have done a movie review – even longer since I’ve done a new release!…

Midlife Crisis

So in less than one month, I turn the grand old age of 21 and if I’m being honest I’m having an early midlife crisis! Okay midlife crisis may be a bit extreme, but I feel as if I’m putting so much pressure on myself to do so much in so little time – see…

£5,000 in 4 months?!

Today is the 1st of October. I need roughly £5,000 in savings by the 1st February. Yup I’m screwed! Due to a certain someone’s 21st birthday and having booked a trip to Thailand, its safe to say I need to be saving as best as I can these next couple of months!  Currently, I work…

Winter is coming…

…well we have to get through Autumn first Jon Snow but you’re not wrong! Autumn and Winter are my favourite of the seasons by a country mile, partly because I cannot cope when the weather is too warm! Don’t get me wrong, I enjoy holidays in the sun, but they are a different kind of…

Why Normandy is a History Lovers Paradise – Part 2

One of the best war sites to visit in Normandy is Pointe Du Hoc, located about 45 minutes away from the coastal town of Arromanches which we were staying in. Pointe Du Hoc is a lookout, which was used by German forces during the D-Day landings and now comprises of remaining part-destroyed turrets and bunkers….

Why Normandy is a History Lovers Paradise – Part 1

So last month I visited Normandy in the north of France for a week, for yet another holiday this year! Normandy is infamous for its history, cider and cheese, and having visited a number of times when I was younger I was looking forward to going back to really appreciate and learn about the history…

Hacksaw Ridge: Review

Hacksaw Ridge is a 2016 biographical war drama film directed by Mel Gibson starring Andrew Garfield as Desmond Doss. The film is based on a true story and focuses on the World War 2 experiences of American pacifist combat medic Desmond Doss who refuses to carry or use a firearm or weapon of any kind….

Daniel Craig as Bond

So with Daniel Craig confirming that he will return to reprise his role as James Bond for a fifth film, I’ve decided to look back and rank his previous roles as Bond. *Please note I am solely focusing on Bond’s performance and not the whole film itself* 4. Spectre Spectre seemingly looked to be Daniel…

Premier League 17/18 Predictions

After an exciting start to the Championship, our attention now turns to the return of Premier League! Being an avid Manchester United I’m so excited for this new season to start and can’t wait to see how things pan out. In my excitement I have decided to attempt to predict what the Premier League table…

Championship 17/18 Predictions

After two long and painful months away from football, the season finally kicks off this weekend, starting with the return of Championship football. Whilst I am a huge Manchester United fan and obsessed with the Premier League, I am a big fan of pretty much every football league, especially the Championship. I’m by no means…

Micro Machines World Series: Review

Micro Machines World Series is a arcade-racing video game published by Codemasters for PS4, Xbox One and Windows. Oh the nostalgia is strong with this game! It had been well over 10 years since we last saw a Micro Machines video game and when I found out that a new game was in production, I…

A Trip To Berlin: Day 3

Our final day in Berlin was set to be a busy one! We had to be at the airport for 4PM and we had one hell of a lot to fit in before we could leave the German capital! We checked out as early as we could and headed to the Memorial for the Murdered…