This is a film with the actress Kiera Knightly. What else can I say? She leaves a beautiful signature on every film she acts in. Every movie she has been in has been so unique.
I had no idea that I would be swept away to a very emotional, heartwrenching place.
This is a sweet love story, but it is also sad. Very sad. (I'm trying to avoid spoilers. Bear with me)
If I had to sum it up in one sentence, I would say that it is a historical story about star-crossed lovers.
...And then there is James McAvoy. I didn't think I would ever see him the same after watching Split. (It's a weird horror movie. I wouldn't recommend it.) But he's such a talented actor! So far I've seen him in Narnia, Becoming Jane, Split, and now this. And he's been so believable in every role!!! Not to mention he's very cute.
^^^GAAAHHHHH THIS SCENE. (Please excuse me. I get very emotional over this movie)
Also, my favorite actor in the WHOLE WIDE WORLD is also in this movie. BENEDICT CUMBERBATCH. Except I hate him in this movie, which is horrid for me. Not because he is a bad actor, but because I hate his character. For those of you that are obsessed with the Sherlock show, you'll understand the love-hate relationship with Cumberbatch. (WARNING: A rant post about Sherlock coming soon)
Anyway... that wraps up the post.
Sorry if this is all nonsense- I'm writing this late at night and I'm very sleep deprived. Gaaah school sucks but at least I have my lovely little blogosphere. Speaking of that, I apologize that my presence on the blogosphere has been so inconsistent.
Also, pardon me for using so many gifs. I've just missed them since I haven't blogged in so long. :)
I hope y'all have a lovely night, and have a wonderful Friday!!! <3