KIS REVIEWS: The Kissing Booth

One of Netflix’s newer releases The Kissing Booth is based on a book (that I have not read and did not know existed) and was an extremely popular rom-com sometime last year. Just like the trailer shows the plot is pretty simple and the movie definitely has that light-hearted, silly vibe many Netflix rom-coms have. Good things…

KIS REVIEWS: Mary Poppins Returns

No this review is not for the Julie Andrews Mary Poppins from 1964. This is for the sequel that was released at the end of last year: Mary Poppins Returns. Because I’m a big Disney fan I had to see this movie, especially as the original Mary Poppins was my childhood (I even sang Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious in my choir when I was…

KIS REVIEWS: Lady Bird

Unlike my other reviews, this one isn’t a newly released movie that I saw in the theatre (however it’s still pretty new). This movie is called Lady Bird which was released in 2017. I watched it during the holidays and really enjoyed it so I thought I’d share it with you guys! Here’s a little…

KIS REVIEWS: The Crimes of Grindelwald

I am back again with another movie review – because yes I love movies, and there’s so many great ones on right now! Last week I watched one of 2018’s most anticipated movies; Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. For those of you who don’t know, The Crimes of Grindelwald is the 2nd movie in…

KIS REVIEWS: Bohemian Rhapsody

Despite the constant pressures of grade 12 I have managed to see Bohemian Rhapsody, not once, but twice (and speaking honestly, will probably see it at least one more time before the year is out). Needless to say, I loved this movie. Just in case you have no idea what I’m talking about, here’s the…

Preview: The 10th Robin Hood

Robin Hood as we know it is a rather dark fairytale in the harsh feudal reality of the medieval monarchy rule, but also a parable of an outlaw who breaks the law for equality and justice as true as it can be, against a corrupt government, an irony that exists to today. We all know…

Preview: NewGen Thai Films for Oct Break

Homestay (film) Trailer 1    Trailer 2 Someone died. He woke up different. In another body. Second chance to live. 100 days, a condition of a reward. 100 days to answer who killed his host, Min, a teenage boy with a seemingly normal life, a family, a crush, some friends. A reward from death, a curse…

Film Friday!

The votes are in and the library will be screening Clueless this Friday at 3 PM. You are more than welcome to bring in snacks and munch on them while enjoying the film. Keep in mind that Clueless is rated PG-13. You can watch the trailer below.  

Film Friday!

Next Friday (February 23), there will be a film showing in the SS Library! If you love spending time with your friends by watching an awesome movie, this is the place to hang out. Even better, you get the chance to choose the film you want to watch. Just complete this survey. Featured image by…