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This post is the next entry in this month’s A Timely Blogathon being run by Anna of Film Grimoire and myself. This review of Garden of Words (2013) is by S.G. of Rhyme and Reason Check out his site which is filled with movie reviews along with a poetry twist! Tnx…
This newest review for A Timely Blogathon hosted by Movierob and myself, comes from Tom of Plain, Simple Tom Reviews. Tom has chosen to review My Neighbour Totoro (1988) – a Studio Ghibli classic, one of my absolute favourites. Tom’s blog is all about reviews of both recent and older films, and musings on television […]
This next review for A Timely Blogathon comes from John Michael of The Sixth Station; which is one of my most favourite film blogs due to John Michael’s continuously thoughtful analyses of films, which I absolutely love to read. Here’s John Michael’s take on Satoshi Kon’s Millennium Actress.
The lovely Cara of Silver Screen Serenade is celebrating her first blogiversary with a big party! As a part of this momentous occasion, she called upon fellow bloggers to send in something about their most beloved films to celebrate. So, I decided to write a little review (bonus party kangaroos here) of one of my […]
A short Japanese anime film about an unlikely relationship between a teenage boy and an older woman, The Garden of Words (2013, dir. Makoto Shinkai) is quite a charming little film. One rainy morning, Takao decides to skip school and go for a walk through the park to enjoy the weather. When wandering through the […]