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The Road 2009 Movie •4/5The movie ‘The Road’ based on the book by the same name is a gritty and at times confronting post- apocalyptic movie that doesn’t pull any punches. It tells the story of an ailing father and his young son, who realising they will not survive the winter where they are, start an arduous journey to the ocean across a ruthless apocalyptic world. Filled with dangers the man and his son face terrifying situations and impossible decisions on their journey south in the hope of survival. ‘The Road’ can at times be hard to watch but is raw in its portrayal of the realities of a world in which society has so completely broken down. It explores the courage of trying to do good and maintain your humanity in a horrendous situation and of the love of a father for his son.
The Ballad Of Songbirds And Snakes Book by Suzanne Collins, Suzanne Collins •2.8/5Right before The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes is scheduled to be released, on May 19th, the excitement of The Hunger Games’ fans grows all over the world. This spin-off derives from the events that were touched upon so far, and I anticipate that it may be a redemption plot for President Snow, judging on the description. While many fans have been infuriated by Collin’s choice to write about President Snow and not some other character, it doesn’t change the fact that this book is highly anticipated. And will it make you feel sorry for him? It remains to be seen. Nonetheless, it deserves your best shot, and it feels amazing being able to read a new Hunger Games book in 2020.
Yellow Submarine 1968 Movie •4.4/5An animation inspired by the songs of one of the greatest bands of all time, what's not to love? Like Fantasia, which also features on this list, Yellow Submarine is regarded as a landmark in animation, cementing it as an art form rather than just children's entertainment. The film follows the Beatles' journey to the bottom of the ocean in a yellow submarine, on a quest to save Pepperland by freeing Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band who have been entrapped by the evil Blue Meanies. The dialogue is filled with puns and jokes about the Beatles as the viewer travels through the brightly coloured undersea world to the iconic sounds of the band that changed the world.