Hey guys! So a couple weeks back I mentioned I intended to post a movie review of The Fifth Wave, so here it is! It's funny, because for about 3 weeks straight every time I made plans to go see this, it snowed. Seriously, every time. But I did eventually go and it was worth the wait. Being a huge fan of the book, I was expecting a lot from this movie. In my head I pictured the characters to be a certain way, and for the most part they were pretty spot on. They mainly focused on Cassie's journey, and only touched on Ben and his group, especially Ringer, but it was hinted at that they'll touch on it more in the (hopefully) next movie. Overall, I was really happy I saw it, and I hope you enjoyed :) bye!
This show is something I've heard talk about for a while now, but never gave a second thought to. But boy was I missing out. This show really hooks you in and makes you attached to the characters. It has a pretty witty type funny script, and all the singers and performers on it are amazing. Basically, the show is about a high school Glee Club (group organized to sing songs and compete against other glee clubs) and all the members in it. There's Rachel, who loves the spotlight and has the best female voice and is the most enthusiastic about singing; Finn, the jock who turns out to be an amazing singer; Will Scheuster the director who loves his job; Sue Silvestor, the mean spirited cheerleading coach who's always out to take Glee Club down; Emma Pillsbury the sweet guidance counselor with a germ problem; Kurt, my personal favorite, the fashionable gay guy in the club who is so funny and always has perfect timing with sarcastic comments; and countless others who make the show amazing, funny, entertaining, and captivating. I hope you go give it a chance!