Following the title, I came across this informal blog post theme and loved the idea of having a chit-chat and catching up with my readers on the little things in my life that don’t necessarily make it into my other blog posts. However, a huge concern was the fact that “having coffee” or tea as a social experience is not part of our Nigerian culture.
With all the banter and hype surrounding this movie in the last year, not talking about it feels like a crime even though so much has already been said. If you read my earlier post on the must-see movies of 2018, you’ll know I was looking forward to this movie
Wonder is a great story and I hope you get to watch it. It is a great family movie, enjoyable by both parents and especially enlightening for children. It’s funnier than you’d expect for such a sensitive topic and the family dialogue is well-written.
It’s February, the month of love, and we are kicking it off with this romantic drama: Tulip Fever Released late last year, this story is set in 17th Century Amsterdam, where an orphaned girl Sophia is forced to marry a wealthy merchant; Cornelius, to save her from a life of