Movies I’ve Watched In March


Who doesn’t like cozy nights in, watching a movie in your so beloved sofa. Or, who doesn’t love to go to the cinema and eat popcorn and probably go to McDonald’s afterwards.

Because I love watching movies so much (old and new ones), this post it’s about the movies that I’ve watched on March, so here are my thoughts about them.

1. The Nice Guys

The Nice Guys.jpg

Ryan Gosling as private detective Holland and Russell Crowe as Jackson who basically beats people for a living. They become partners when a girl disappears. It’s such a funny and beautiful movie. 10/10 movie for me.


2. Beauty And The Beast

Beauty And The Beast

A Disney Classic played by Emma Watson. What else can I ask for? The musical scenes are amazing and everything is so dreamy that when I went out of the cinema I felt like I was in the movie. A must-see movie. 10/10.


3. Es Por Tu Bien

Es Por Tu Bien

As you can probably imagine from the title is a Spanish movie. The three main actors: José Coronado, Javier Cámara, Roberto Álamo (from left  to right) play three fathers concerned about their daughters’ boyfriends. My dad couldn’t stop laughing at the cinema, this is a movie that you definitely need to watch with your family. At the end it leaves you in such a good and happy mood that you just want to watch it again. 10/10.


4. Deadpool


I don’t think the movie would be the same if Ryan Reynolds wouldn’t have played Deadpool. This movie surprised me because I thought it would be too silly or with way too much action but it’s the perfect balance between those two things that makes a movie you wish lasted another hour. 10/10.


5. The Edge Of Seventeen

The Edge Of Seventeen

This would be on the top three of this list. Hailee Steinfeld a troubled teenager called Nadine. It’s the most relatable and heart-warming movie I’ve ever watched. I would recommend this movie to every single body. 20/10.


6. Paper Towns

Paper Towns

Cara Delevingne and Nat Wolff play the two main characters in this movie. It’s a romance-mystery movie based on the book “Paper Towns” by John Green. The story is about a girl who disappears of her town but leaves hints so someone can find her. Quentin is the one that has to find them in order to get to the girl he is in love with. This movie has let me down a little. For me it was missing something more like knowing a bit more about the characters. It did leave me in a good mood but it also left me a bit unsatisfied. I think that I would like more the book than the movie. Even though I really did love the road trip, so because of that I would give it a 6/10 or a 7/10.


Thank you so much for reading this far, tell me your opinion on this movies if you have watched them!


Have a great Tuesday. I will come back with another post very soon!

Judith xx



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