Out of the Silent Planet, C.S. Lewis
Stiff Upper Lip, Jeeves, P.G. Wodehouse (audiobook)
The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald (for school)
† Captain Cortes Conquers Mexico, William Johnson
The Imitation Game - One of the most (if not the most) beautiful movies I've ever seen in terms of storytelling, and Benedict Cumberbatch's acting was phenomenal, and Kiera Knightly is one of my favorite actresses.
The Theory of Everything - I didn't like it as much as I'd expected to, but Eddie Raymond's acting was truly amazing.
Atlantis: The Lost Empire - Didn't care for it.
Howl's Moving Castle - This was the first anime I'd ever seen and I really enjoyed it, it kept reminding me of a fairy tale, and I love fairy tales.
Hunchback of Notre Dame - I'd never seen this one before and didn't care for it, which surprised me as so many people seem to love it.
Spirited Away - It was a bit too weird for me.
Whisper of the Heart
*Captain America: The First Avenger - It was only the second time I'd seen it and it's the sort of movie that's best the second time around. ♥
Going for the Gold - Watched solely to see Matt Smith outside of Doctor Who.
Psych - I love the little victory dances Shawn and Gus do.
Agent Carter - I already miss it. ♥
† Landmark Book
* seen before
I've had a ton of school to do for the past bit and sadly haven't been able to keep up very well with y'all's lovely blogs (which I missed), along with other things. But I'm not complaining, I love learning; still, this line from Time in a Bottle is seriously relateable: "There never seems to be enough time to do the things I want to do once I find them." I always have the most ideas when I'm busiest, but right now all I can do is write them down on sticky notes till I have more time, so that's what I'm doing. Such a lot of sticky notes everywhere. This busyness is going to let up eventually and then I'll work out those ideas, it'll be fun. (That mouse is me, by the way.)
What books and movies did you enjoy especially in February? Have a wonderful March. xx