FF #19 – Let’s Talk Movies

July 24, 2015 Features 23

feature&follow-friday-logoFeature & Follow Friday is hosted by Parajunkee @ Parajunkee’s View and Alison @ Alison Can Read. Each week the two hosts post a question for Book Bloggers to answer, provide a link-up, and choose a participant to feature on their blogs. If you participate, the point is to follow others and in return gain followers.

Welcome to this week’s edition of Feature & Follow! I’m Lillian in case you didn’t know that already 😉 I started blogging a year ago and it has been a fun and crazy year! I read pretty much anything that is placed in front of me, I’m a bit of a cover snob, and I tend to gravitate to young adult fiction. Why young adult? Well, it’s usually a cleaner read than adult fiction, there’s plenty of action/suspense, and who can resist a romance about first love?!

My blog features whatever I happen to be in the mood to read. I’ve had some fun interviews with authors and characters and hope to do more in the very near future. Please join me in some bookish adventures. You can follow via Bloglovin or anyway you choose 😀

This week’s questions is: “What is your favorite movie?” – Suggested by A Kernel of Nonsense

What a great questions 😀 I LOVE movies!!! And I don’t have just one favorite. I think I have a favorite for every mood. Am I the only one that does that?

When I want epic romance….


When I’m looking to laugh….


When I want a classic….

When I’m in the holiday spirit…


When I want a little action….


When I want the geek to come out….


What’s some of your favorite movies?



…or follow any way you chose 😀

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23 Responses to “FF #19 – Let’s Talk Movies”

  1. Nicola Reads YA

    The Keira Knightley version of Pride and Prejudice is one of my favourites too. I just love everything about it. Great picks! I haven’t seen some of these but they look good.

    Hope you have a nice weekend! 🙂

    • Lillian

      I love Mr. Darcy in this version! And I thought it was pretty close to the book, including all my favorite parts 😀

  2. Ruby @ Ruby's Books

    I loved that version of Pride & Prejudice, though I still see Colin Firth as the one and only Mr. Darcy. It’s been AGES since I saw When Harry Met Sally. As for the oldies, I’m ashamed to say I’ve never seen them *blush*

    Thanks for stopping by! New Follower via Bloglovin. Happy Friday!
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    • Lillian

      I have a confession to make…I’ve never seen the Colin Firth version! I may change my mind if I ever do.

      If you decide to watch any of the oldies, I suggest any Cary Grant or Katherine Hepburn movie. They are all good!

      Thanks for the follow! Have a great week 😀

    • Lillian

      It’s one of my faves 😀 I think the diner scene is probably one of the funniest scenes in movie history!

    • Lillian

      Thanks for the follow! Born and raised in TN and I don’t think I’ll ever leave. From the Chattanooga area 😀

  3. Jamie @ Lucky Devil Reviews

    Great choices…choosing a movie always does depend on what kind of mood you’re in at the time. I’ve seen a couple people mention Pride & Prejudice, which I haven’t seen, so I probably need to watch that sometime. Thanks for stopping by my blog!

  4. Izzy Francez

    A New Hope and Indiana Jones are both amazing. Harrison Ford is definitely one of my favorite actors. I also love him on Ender’s Game.

    Thanks for stopping by 😀 I just followed back.
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