In July I most definitely watched more TV and movies than I read books, but it was nowhere near the amount of TV and movies I watched in June.
July was not a great month for reading, in fact I barely read anything. It was a busy month between quitting job, applying for new jobs, and getting old jobs again. Not to mention I graduated at the end of the month, there’s a wedding coming soon (not mine), hopefully a new and better job, and not to mention the general stress all of these new life changes create.
All of which caused a major reading slump for the majority of the month. It wasn’t until the last week of July that I actually started reading again and finished four books. Sounds like a lot but it isn’t, not when half of them have pictures in them and one of them was an audiobook.
Boy, have I watched a lot of movies and TV shows this last month. I watched so much that I didn’t want to do this wrap up because I knew it would be a lot, instead I decided to break it up into two blogs; this one about movies, and the other one, that I’m still working on, that’s about the TV shows I’ve watched in June.
Without further ado, here are all the movies I watched in June.
I’m a bit late on this wrap up, but like people say, better later than never knowing what I read for June… Oh wait that’s not what people say, but here’s my wrap up anyway!
I watched way too much TV and movies last month, it was way too much to put in one post so earlier this week I talked about the books I read and the movies I watched, so here are the shows I watched. So this means I’m finally done with my June wrap up posts!
According to the online English Oxford Dictionary:
Adulting(n): The practice of behaving in a way characteristic of a responsible adult, especially the accomplishment of mundane but necessary tasks
If you saw my reading wrap up for May, then you know that I didn’t read much, but I can’t say the same for movies and TV shows. I got caught up with both The Handmaid’s Tale and The 100, and I watched a couple of movies that I’ve been waiting for a while now like The Greatest Showman.
My favorite show for May was definitely The Handmaid’s Tale because it is visually stunning and at the same time pulls out all these emotions I have, none of them are good, but at least it helps me appreciate what I do have and fight and fight against the inequalities I see today.
As for my favorite movie of this month, it’s probably either Baby Driver or Brooklyn. I liked Brooklyn because it was just a nice romantic movie and it wasn’t crazy or over the top, and it was refreshing to see that for a change. Now, Baby Driver is not mellow, but it is an action film with a lot of heart. I really enjoyed watching Ansel Elgort as Baby trying to escape his life of crime and bank robbing.