Film Fridays ﹟5

Happy Friday!


Hope you’ve all had a positive week and are keeping busy in your own way.


Back again with 10 TV and Film recommendations for you! I’ve watched quite a lot this week, it’s been a bit of a lazy one, so save these picks for when you’re feeling less productive and you just want to veg out in the sofa, or if, like me, that’s what’s you’ve been doing already, then here’s some more to add to the list.


Stay safe, stay positive.

Em xoxo


You Top Ten Recommendations This Week:


1. Schitts Creek (Netflix)

Comedy at its finest. Can’t praise this show enough. I never want to stop watching it. The characters are flawless and the storyline just keeps getting better and better. Each episode is only 20 minutes long, as well, so it’s not something to commit to in one sitting. @eemilymary


2. Locke & Key (Netflix)

Completely magical. Everything you could possibly imagine as a child, and everything you’d still want as an adult. It takes the magic and twists it into a dark, exciting storyline. Makes you want to watch episode after episode. @eemilymary


3. Taylor Swift’s: City of Lover (Disney+)

Whether you’re a fan of Taylor Swift or not, this is such a positive concert. Unfortunately, she wasn’t able to perform her world tour of her latest album, Lover, but she managed to perform at L’Olympia, in Paris, and the outcome is wonderful to watch. @eemilymary


4. Hook (Netflix)

The sequel to Peter Pan we never knew we needed. This 1991 classic tells us the story of a grown up Peter on a swashbuckling adventure to save his children from the infamous Captain Hook. With an incredibly stellar cast of Robin Williams, Dustin Hoffman, Maggie Smith, Bob Hoskins and many more, it’s been one of my favourite films since I was a kid. John Williams beautiful soundtrack still gets me a bit teary and nostalgic. I don’t know why I love this film so much but it’s the only thing that pulls me out of a bad day. A Spielberg classic (even if he doesn’t like it anymore). @george_somethin


5. Hollywood (Netflix)

I really love it and would definitely recommend. The script was great, it was so well cast with some beautiful moments, and it definitely gave me the acting bug! @paris_hoxton


6. America’s National Parks (Disney+)

One of the most interesting nature programmes I’ve ever seen. If you’re like me, and you love the USA, and nature, then this is the perfect show for you. 8 episodes, each one dedicated to a different national park. A beautiful watch. @eemilymary


7. Normal People (BBCiplayer)

It’s about love. And everything that you go through in young love. It doesn’t hide the fact that you can be in love at a young age. It explores intimacy, and emotions and mental health. It shows you different types of love from different people. And how fate constantly brings people together. It’s just f*cking beautiful. Addictively good. @charlieellerton


8. Level 16 (Netflix)

You follow the life of 20 or so girls, and their life in a Prison-like boarding school. Watch them search to uncover the until truth behind their captivity. Very gripping. Find yourself needing to know the answer. Tom M


9. The Platform (Netflix)

In the future, prisoners housed in vertical cells watch as inmates in the upper cells are fed while those below starve. There’s lots of sides to the story and it’s very intriguing. There’s a bigger message that the world definitely should listen to. Absolutely worth a watch. Tom M


10. Community (Netflix)

A great comedy about adults going back to study at a Community College. Comic genius, bringing both the relatable and whacky storylines to life. Despite the first season being over 10 years ago, the humour was way ahead of its time, making it still so enjoyable today. @jackalexkilby


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