I’m going to try and talk about The Amazing Spider-man without bursting into a fit of giggles because Andrew Garfield is the cutest. I’ll admit when I first heard that Spider-man was going to be rebooted I was like, “Really, bitch?” I liked Toby Maguire’s Spider-man in the first film, not so much the second one and I haven’t even touched the third film. I thought I’d give it the benefit of the doubt, however, because it’s Marvel and I LOVE Marvel. Also, when I heard Emma Stone was being cast in it, I was like, “I can deal. I love this girl.”
I really liked The Amazing Spider-man. Still very superhero with the right mixture of romance and comedy. Andrew Garfield is hilarious with his portrayal of Peter Parker and I’ll admit I’d choose him over Toby Maguire to play Spider-man any day. Emma Stone is fit, as well and the chemistry between them. Pow. They’re going out in real life which just makes me want to squeal like the big fangirl I am.
Andrew Garfield is the cutest person in the history of ever in this film, though. His cheeky little smile and his sarcastic comebacks, I was just like, ajskdofeipoiakdl;saIHDSLKAHDLK. Anyway, yeah, I definitely recommend watching this film. Plus the post-credits scene makes me really excited for the next Spider-man film. (PS. Stan Lee’s cameos are everything. He is the cutest.)
I went to Thorpe Park, yesterday. I think the novelty of theme parks kind of wear off the older you get because you just see all these younger children and feel so old. It was still pretty good, though, even though the park closed quite early. It’s not quite summer yet, so I guess they’re waiting until next week to keep the park open longer. I’d hate to go next week though because all the school’s out for the summer by then and it will be so busy.
My granddad annoyed me the other day because I was saying about how I was revising for my theory test (driving) which is next month and he looked really cross for some reason and kind of told me off, saying it’s not that important and I should do something more vauable with my time like learning shorthand. Erm, what? I think driving is quite important. Granted I won’t be getting a car for a long time but still, I want to have license so that when I’m ready I don’t have to worry. Shorthand isn’t going to get me anywhere because I don’t plan on getting into the journalism industry or anything like that – like, I get that it’s useful but I don’t get why it’d be useful for me. Sigh. I don’t know but the men in my family are pissing me off, nowadays.
Keep tuned for the next post, I’ll be revealing a book giveaway.
Currently listening to: L.E.S. – Childish Gambino