#SheWatches High Ground

by   When my husband asked what High Ground was about I replied,  An Aussie cowboy film.” Producers are calling it a Northern rather than a Western because it was shot up north in Arnhem Land and Kakadu National Park. Set in […]

#SheWatches – A Gift From Bob

by   A Gift from Bob is just what we need right now in this strange 2020 environment and the perfect family movie in our lead up to Christmas but make sure you have a few tissues on hand.  The opening scene […]

#SheWatches Misbehaviour 

by   Do you remember watching the Miss World and Miss Universe pageants? I do. In the 1960’s and 70’s the Miss World competition was the most – watched television show on the planet with over one million viewers.The new film Misbehaviour […]

#SheWatches RADIOACTIVE

by   It’s strange how our universe works. I have been providing online school support to my youngest grandson Lachlan. He is working on a project titled Let’s End the Gender Divide based on a research paper about gender stereotyping in toy […]

#SheWatches Honest Thief

by   We are huge Liam Neeson fans in our house. The Taken series was on high rotation when they first came out and for each new instalment we rushed to the theatre.The Honest Thief is vintage Liam Neeson playing the sort […]

#SheWatches Miss Juneteenth

by I found Miss Juneteenth to be a touching, charming and poignant movie. Although it saddened me to watch an authentic story about what black American life is for some, it was also heart-warming and sends a strong message to people of […]

#SheWatches The Leadership 

by   In a week where the world lost one of its most beloved and influential female leaders in Ruth Bader Ginsburg , I was lucky enough to watch the brilliant new film, The Leadership from acclaimed documentary filmmaker, Ili Bare. This […]

#SheWatches Four Kids and It

by   We are all a little nostalgic right now. In Queensland, holidaymakers are packing their caravans and heading west for a taste of homespun country life or to places like Hervey Bay which boasts an old fashioned beach holiday charm. Our […]

#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 […]

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