My 7 Top Films of 2016

My 7 Top Films of 2016
I was disappointed with 2016, to be honest. Not only in how it was one of the worst years of my life (with a few amazing moments in between) but cinematically. I don't know if it was me, but I went to the movies a lot, as I usually do, and came out unfulfilled countless times. Not bad but not great is what I thought of most movies I saw. With that said, there were

Life and Travel Lessons from Tyler Durden

Most of us are familiar with the movie Fight Club, the movie that came out in 1999 and quickly gained a cult following. Tyler Durden played by Brad Pitt and the narrator, a depressed and insomniac man played by Ed Norton made a lot of us think a lot. But it's all a masterpiece created by the brilliant Chuck Palahniuk (author). Whether you watched the movie or read the book, viewers and readers are left with

My Top 15 Films of 2015

The Oscar nominations are out. I am pretty passionate about films. After all, I did choose to study film at college. For some reason I feel like this wasn't a very good year for films though, nor for actors in general. There were many movies that should've been good considering the cast but were really not. Not sure what happened. Nonetheless, I did see some amazing films, which apart from a handful, most didn't get

The Best Posts of 2015

As elaborated in my year in review post, my year included lots of cooking, fitness, and traveling. Almost similarly, your favorite posts were about Travel, Mexico, India, and Movies. That pretty much summarizes my life. Check out if you missed any of them: (more…)

Charlie Chaplin’s Speech From The Great Dictator (1940) – One of the Greatest Speeches in the History of Cinema

Watch this timeless and universal speech from Charlie Chaplin which couldn't be more relevant today. Taken from his 1940 movie The Great Dictator, Charlie delivers a hair-raising and thought-provoking speech that we should all take a moment to take in. The actor, writer, and director famous for his comedy and for not speaking, comes up with one of the greatest speeches ever. A must watch.  (more…)

11 More Travel Movies To Inspire You

A little bit ago I shared with you 13 movie recommendations to inspire you to travel. But I didn't want to stop at 13 and I created a second list with 11 more movies for you to watch. I am a travel and food obsessed film buff, and I just had to share my passion for all these three things with you. I hope you haven't seen some of these and enjoy them! (more…)

15 Top Documentaries To Watch On Netflix

Ever since my first time volunteering at the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival in Durham, North Carolina I fell in love with documentaries. I used to think they were boring but now I think they're fascinating. The fact that it's real people, real events and real places makes these films so interesting. I gathered a list of 15 of my favorite documentaries available on Netflix for your streaming entertainment: (more…)

13 Best Travel Movies To Inspire You

13 Best Travel Movies To Inspire You
Two of my favorite things ever are movies and travel. When you put the two together it becomes the best way to use up a few hours of the day, possibly inspiring and changing you forever. After all, I did move abroad to study filmmaking, combining two of my passions! I have seen many movies in my life, as you have, but just for you I have put up a list of my top 13 travel

RIP Robin Williams

Actor Robin Williams died this morning in California, according to the Marin County Sheriff’s Office-Coroner Division and his press representative. He was 63. "Robin Williams passed away this morning," rep Mara Buxbaum said in a statement tonight. "He has been battling severe depression of late. This is a tragic and sudden loss. The family respectfully asks for their privacy as they grieve during this very difficult time." Officials are investigating the circumstances of his death.