BFG

I was going to write about my trip to the theatre last night, but I have changed my mind. I will do that tomorrow.

Today after a long day of toiling in the garden I had to drive Murali to his friend’s 50th birthday party in the evening. So while he was partying I decided to watch a film instead as I didn’t know any of the crowd. The choices were between BFG and Finding Dory. I didn’t fancy any of the other films on offer.

Both had good reviews and I decided to see Roald Dahl’s BFG. I did not enjoy Charlie and the chocolate factory and have not read any of the Roald Dahl stories.

The Steven Speilberg film turned out to be a delightful story about Sophie, the Big friendly giant and their dream catching adventures. So for the adults who still want to let their inner child out once in a while, dream of chasing happy dreams and I suppose getting rid of their demons in the process this is the perfect escape for you.

Mark Rylance as BFG is my new hero and little Sophie, with her brilliant acting just made me wish that I was a child again. I thoroughly recommend this film, you will not be disappointed.

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