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Movie Review: ‘A Country Wedding’ Is A Country Kind Of Love



Just a while ago, James Dashner, author of the hit Maze Runner book series which have been adapted successfully to the big screen, tweeted about a big news for Newt’s character.

Newt portrayed by Thomas Brodie Sangster has been killed in the last installment of the Maze Runner book and film series-  The Death Cure. But Dashner seems like he wants to tell more about the much beloved character. Maybe it’s going to be about his whole story before the WICKED took him. That would be an interesting read and also going to be a great movie if ever they’ve decided to do it.

Whatsoever, all Maze Runner fanatics are excited!


Are you a Maze runner die hard fan? Are you Newt’s No. 1 fan? Tell me about your thoughts in the comments section below!

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‘Carrie Pilby’ Scriptwriter, Kara Holden, Responded To My Movie Review!

So, I woke up to this news today and I really freaked out! Imagine, a Hollywood writer replied to me and actually read what I wrote! Add the fact that the movie is so special to me!

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Ms. Kara is the scriptwriter of the film together with Dean Craig. I replied to her response  to which she favorited soon after. Her actor/host/producer husband saw the conversation in Twitter  and favorited too! 

Update: Elaine Harris, executive producer of the film, saw the movie review too and favorited!

What a surreal day!

P. S. You can check out the movie review in the FAB MOVIES section here in my blog! Have a blast!!!

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Watch out! For the MOVIE REVIEWS page is about to present its first entry! This introductory film I’m going to talk about is probably the movie that will be my “always favorite”. The one that has a special place in my heart, and is going to remain there forever. Just watched it awhile ago, and my handkerchief is very much soaked. The tagline,  He taught her how to live… She taught him how to love caught my heart, and urged me to take a look at this promising story. It didn’t failed me! Guess it! The first one to answer will have a price! Game!!! 😄

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