My Ships And Songs

 

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Hey guys!

Sunday today, time for fangirling finally found!

Here’s a list of my favorite ships and the songs I associate with them:

  1. James Potter x Lily EvansInto The Night, Santana Ft. Chad Kroeger

I feel that this is what EXACTLY James would have sung when he first saw Lily. And the beats to the song suits James’ personality so much – proud and upbeat.

2. Remus Lupin x Nymphadora Tonks A Thousand Years, Christina Perri

A more beautiful match cannot be found.

3. Tony Stark x Pepper PottsLeave Out All The Rest, Linkin Park

I feel that this is fitting especially after Age of Ultron

4. Hazel Lancaster x Augusts WatersPhotograph, Ed Sheeran

I also considered Tobias and Tris from Divergent for this one, but meh, I’m in the Tobias hating minority, so I stuck with Hazel and Gus instead.

5. Teddy Lupin x Victoire WeasleyBest Song Ever, One Direction

I know that there is absolutely nothing given about them in canon (Thanks for disappointing me, Cursed Child ), but this is how I imagined their relationship would have gone.

Have better songs for these ships? Or better ships for these songs? Or hell, totally different ships and songs? Share in the comments below!

 

 

 

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Avengers 2: The Age Of Ultron (3D) – Movie Review

Director: Joss Whedon

Production: MARVEL Studios

Cast: Robert Downey Jr., Mark Ruffalo, Chris Hemsworth, Chris Evans, Jeremy Renner, Samuel L Jackson, Don Cheadle, Scarlett Johansson, Aaron-Taylor Johnson, Elizabeth Olsen, Cobie Smulders, Paul Bettany, James Spader and others.

While infiltrating the HYDRA base, Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) is brainwashed by mysterious twins, Pietro and Wanda Maximoff (Aaron-Taylor Johnson and Elizabeth Olsen) to create Ultron (voiced by James Spader), a global peace-keeping machine. Born out of Stark’s ego, Ultron comes to one conclusion: global peace can be achieved by destroying all humanity. Thus ensues a game of wits between the Avengers and Ultron.

Though the plot is clichéd, what makes the film click is the character portrayal by the star-studded cast. The ever-glamorous Tony Stark is even more sombre and serious after Iron Man 3. Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) is a bit more modern than we last saw him. Thor (Chris Hemsworth) is a bit more outgoing and friendly towards the mortals. Pietro and Wanda are like a breath of fresh air in the film.

As for Clint Barton (Jeremy Renner), Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett Johansson), and Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo), I have only three words : Oh. My. God. Joss Whedon, you are devilishly wily *bows and slow claps are heard*.

But what pissed me off in this film was long, boring fight scenes (especially one between Hulk and Iron Man), and less screen time for RDJ. Just kidding.

As a MARVEL fan, I loved this film. Witty dialogues, great humour and character development made it the rollicking sequel everyone anticipated. However, I strictly recommend it for movie-goers to watch atleast The Avengers to get a basic idea of how this film works.

I am rating this **** out of *****.

Book Review: N or M?

N or M?

N or M?

For the Re-Read Challenge 2015.

Title – N or M?

Author – Agatha Christie

Pages – 304

GenreDetective Fiction

Patriotism is not enough…there must be no hatred in my heart.

– Nurse Edith Cavell

Having this iconic Nurse Cavell quote repeated throughout the book, N or M? is one of the most entertaining works of Christie. Set during the World War II, it stars Thomas and Prudence Beresford, aka Tommy and Tuppence.

While the RAF is busy keeping the Luftwaffe at bay, Britain faces greater risk from the enemy within – Nazis posing as ordinary English citizens.

Tommy and Tuppence, now middle-aged, are appointed by the Intelligence to track down N and M, two Fifth Columnists among the colourful guests at Sans Souci. Their task is made tougher by the fact that these spies have just murdered Britain’s finest agent. Will Tommy and Tuppence succeed?

This book shows Christie’s calibre at combining entertainment with logic. Tommy and Tuppence are extremely lovable and will have you laughing with them throughout. Their suspects range from a mother of one to an army general, keeping you hooked on till the end.

This is the second time I am reading this book, but still, it had me hanging on tenterhooks to identify N and M.

I’ll rate it **** out of *****

Have fun reading!