#SheWatches The Secret Garden

by   This week sees the release of a film based on one of my very favourite children’s books, The  Secret Garden, written by Frances Hodgson Burnett. This beloved story was first published in 1911 and is one of the author’s most […]

#SheReviews Wherever You Go By Monique Mulligan

by   West Australian author, Monique Mulligan, is a wife, mother, successful children’s author, former publisher, newspaper and magazine editor, children’s curriculum writer and short romance writer. Monique has had a successful and varied career but her burning desire has always been […]

#SheWatches – Fatima

by   You don’t have to be a believer to believe. Based on a true story the children who starred in the movie FATIMA were outstanding. It’s a moving and uplifting rendition of actual events.  Of the innocent honesty of children. I […]

#SheWatches Les Miserables

by   The excellent French drama, Les Miserables, is loosely based on the original Victor Hugo story, but is a modern day crime story inspired by the 2005 riots in Paris. It’s set in the gritty suburb of Montfermeil in Paris, where […]

#SheWatches – Force of Nature 

by   Force of Nature  A film to enjoy with good company and a wine or two Force of Nature is a B-movie that stars Emile Hirsch (Into the Wild), Kate Bosworth (Blue Crush) and, while not in a starring role, Mel […]

#SheWatches 23 Walks

by   On the week that we were meant to be in England the sweet little English film 23 Walks was my weekend review, so luckily I still managed to have my London fix.This film is aimed at the over 40’s and […]

#SheWatches A White, White Day

by   Last week Geoff and I saw the movie A White, White Day. From the opening scene the misty and icy atmosphere of the Icelandic landscape envelopes and stays with you. Onto the backdrop of the undistinguishing white vista we discover the […]

#SheWatches – Follow Me

by   Hashtag the contemporary Follow Me movie and you find it is about the dangers of social media. Hashtag pushing the limits to cater for a growing audience, hashtag reaching new levels and escalating their number of Likes.  Be prepared for […]

#SheWatches Love Sarah 

by   Notting Hill holds a special place in my heart and not just because of the iconic film. My family and I stayed in Notting Hill on our first week in London in 2015. We were there for the Rugby World […]

#SheWatches UNHINGED

by   I think it is fair to say any movie starring Australian and Academy Award winner actor, Russell Crowe is guaranteed to hold your attention and in UNHINGED he certainly does that.  Furthermore, this psychological thriller evolves around something we can […]

#SheWatches Burden 

by   I was initially reluctant to watch Burden, in the midst of the Black Lives Matter protests. Would this movie with its themes of racism and violence in the American South seem a little too unnerving, perhaps even a little too […]

#SheWatches The Assistant

by   If you’re anything like me you’ve been binge watching the latest season of Ozark whilst staying safe at home. One of the most engaging characters in the series is the feisty Ruth. Ruth is played by Julia Garner who you […]

#SheWatches Vivarium

by   Vivarium is a 2019 film from Irish writer and director Lorcan Finnegan in collaboration with co – screenwriter Garret Shanley. The film is a taut science fiction thriller, which is not a genre I normally watch, but with great acting […]

#SheWatches Military Wives

by Military Wives movie is a story to be told. It is real, and continues to happen while you read our post. Based on a true-life story that began in England, it tells how the military partners and wives are the silent […]

#SheWatches – A Hidden Life

by   How far would you go to stand up for what you believe in? How much pain and torture could you endure and still keep your resistance? To what extent are you prepared to suffer and not waver when all you […]

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