Instant Family Review

Five Films to watch in cinema this month |Lifestyle

4th March 2019 by naffy

Instant Family Review If you know me, you will know I love the cinema and film. I am one of those people who actually enjoy the trailers before the film and get excited about the new releases. Here are five films which got my juices flowing.

Instant Family 

This is a film which came out last month and it is such a refreshing but beautiful film about adoption and families. The film follows a married couple who adopt three siblings and the struggles they went through. It is very rare to see such a family dynamic depicted in such a frank, honest, emotional and positive manner.

Fighting with my family 

I will admit, I wasn’t sure if I would like this film. While I do like wrestling, I wouldn’t say it is something I religiously follow but I went to see it with some friends I have to say, I was really fascinated by the film and the characters in it. It follows Paige, who won the Diva Championship in her debut match on the WWE’s main roster and her wrestling family. It was commissioned by The Rock and his production company and while he does make a brief cameo in the film, Fighting with Family is so much more than you may originally think.

Captain Marvel 

This film is coming up early March and I cannot wait to watch this. I already have plans to see this like three times in the cinema. The film follows Carol Danvers on her origins story to becoming Captain Marvel.

What Men Want 

This came out on Valentines Day so should still be playing cinema. It is a light-hearted romantic comedy featuring Taraji J Henson who is stuck trying to make it in a man’s world. After a fall she finds herself being able to hear men’s thoughts and let’s just say things get funny. This is one film you want to see with your girls.

On The Basis Of Sex 

Starring Felicity Jones, this is the story of the second ever female US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. It shows how she worked on break down the gender bias in the world of Law using the law to change the right of women forever.

I have heard of RBG but not nearly enough as I should done and I am looking forward to learning more and researching more about her.

Image from Unsplash 
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