How to write without looking back at what you have written?

Have you had an idea that you have simmered for some time now? But when the time comes to write it down, you get frustrated when writing the first page?

As you write, you feel like an imposter writing the story you want to tell. You feel like you’re not good enough to be writing this story. Your fingers hover the keyboard. You don’t know what to think; whether you should press delete, or keep going.

Not looking at what you have written is easier said than done. KICKSTARTING on your draft is terrifying. Though it is an exciting adventure, it is also a challenge. There is no such thing as a perfect draft, only a rough one. Sometimes, with other authors’ drafts, we are afraid that they are better, more polished. But HEY, who said that their very first drafts were excellent?!

So how to write without looking back at what you have written? This is not an easy task, not even for me. Even writing this post makes me feel like I’m an imposter. Should I be even writing this?

Here are some ultimate weapons that I find useful when writing the first draft. The first draft can be of anything, may it be a blog post, an essay, assignment, a story/flash fiction.

ULTIMATE WEAPON #1: Writing Sprints

This has taken me to a whole new level. you set your timer for any amount of time and you WRITE, WRITE, WRITE, and then when your timer rings, you take five or ten. Then, you start again. The point is to shut out everything and focus on what you’re doing. Put your fingers on the keyboard and type away while the clock is ticking down.

I recommend using a timer either on your mobile, watch, or computer. The one I always use is, and I 100% recommend it! It is easy to use and user friendly.

ULTIMATE WEAPON #2: Join Camp Nanowrimo

Here is what the website looks like

This coming April, Camp Nanowrimo is rekindling. Before I go further, let’s make sure we’re on the same page. Hang on,

Camp Nanowrimo is not an actual camp set out in the wilderness. Neither there are no people around the campfire singing nor telling ghost stories. Well, the ‘stories’ part is true on what the website is about. Camp Nanowrimo is a virtual writing retreat, where you can work on or edit your past drafts or start anew.

Before you tune out, did I mention it is completely free?

It works a bit like the official one, National Novel Writing Month. It is where you set up a goal for your project and keep track of it project every November.

You may be wondering,
“why should I join Camp Nanowrimo when I can join the official one?”
“Wait, isn’t this website for writers? I’m not a writer.”


Hear me out, anyone can join Camp – and when I say anyone – I meant anyone who likes writing in general. If you feel like you work better and faster with a deadline reaper lurking, this retreat is for you! Camp Nano happens twice a year in April and July when Nanowrimo happens annually. Though, that is not the only difference.

One of the things I like about Camp is that it has adjustable word counts (like you can change it anytime you want). You can set hours or minutes you want to spend on your project. This is beneficial especially if you have a full-time job or cannot write as much as you want to. Also, you can set your goal to pages, like you can write or edit how many pages you want.

So this is a bit similar to writing sprints. Before the start of April, key in your project and set a goal for yourself. Once you have done that, wait for the event (don’t forget to come back to it) and then when it begins, you write like there is no tomorrow. There is no time to be wasted especially you have 30 days to finish it. You cannot afford to waste time reading back your work and editing/rewriting it.

Sit down, and type it all out. You can also use comic sans font to oppose you from seeing your previous words. I like the font but I have heard from other people that they can write better if they use that font. Different people have different opinions, I guess.

Inside look of Camp Nano

To take part, you must first have an account on the official website, and then use those requirements to surpass the guards at Camp Nanowrimo website,

Thank you for reading. I appreciate every read. Hope you have a wonderful week!

This post is not sponsored but I love Nanowrimo. One of my go-to to fast drafting. Have you added your project yet?

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(Book Review) An Ember in the Ashes by Sabaa Tahir//Spoiler-Free

Title: An Ember in the Ashes #1

Author: Sabaa Tahir

Publisher: Razorbill

Goodreads Synopsis: Laia is a slave. Elias is a soldier. Neither is free.

Under the Martial Empire, defiance is met with death. Those who do not vow their blood and bodies to the Emperor risk the execution of their loved ones and the destruction of all they hold dear.

It is in this brutal world, inspired by ancient Rome, that Laia lives with her grandparents and older brother. The family ekes out an existence in the Empire’s impoverished backstreets. They do not challenge the Empire. They’ve seen what happens to those who do.

But when Laia’s brother is arrested for treason, Laia is forced to make a decision. In exchange for help from rebels who promise to rescue her brother, she will risk her life to spy for them from within the Empire’s greatest military academy.

There, Laia meets Elias, the school’s finest soldier—and secretly, it’s most unwilling. Elias wants only to be free of the tyranny he’s being trained to enforce. He and Laia will soon realize that their destinies are intertwined—and that their choices will change the fate of the Empire itself.


A whole new world to me, the first diverse book I’ve read and loved. It was a bit slow in the beginning, and a little hard to get into each characters’ head. I guess, this is my first Sabaa Tahir book so I don’t quite understand her writing style… yet. But that changed after the first chapter. I was totally in the characters’ head, and that made it easier to follow. The voice from the characters was clear and real. I was caught on and it wasn’t difficult to understand the narrative. The dialogues gave me more reason to NOT put the book down. I love reading them!

I love seeing the characters as they find themselves in sticky situations. Scenes like that thrill me. I love it when the characters have something to hide to protect another. I love a slow romance – and that is very hard to find in books nowadays. I’m not a romance-lover but I love seeing how love blossoms into something big later. Sabaa does this well. She knows how to make a hint of romance grow through these pages. That’s what I like.
Overall, I rate this 4.5/5
That concludes my review. I am sure that I will be picking up the next book in the series, A Torch Against the Night soon! I recommend this to anyone who likes action-packed, slow, hesitant romance, and soldiers. 

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(Movie Review) ALITA: Battle Angel // Spoiler-Free


Based on the 1990s Japanese manga series Gunnm created by Yukito Kishiro

Director by Robert Rodriguez

Produced and Screenplay by James Cameron and Laeta Kalogridis

Language: English

Starring: Rosa Salazar, Christoph Waltz, Jennifer Connelly, Mahershala Ali, Ed Skrein, Jackie Earle Haley and Keean Johnson

Synopsis: Set several centuries in the future, the abandoned Alita is found in the scrapyard of Iron City by Ido, a compassionate cyber-doctor who takes the unconscious cyborg Alita to his clinic. When Alita awakens, she has no memory of who she is, nor does she have any recognition of the world she finds herself in. As Alita learns to navigate her new life and the treacherous streets of Iron City, Ido tries to shield her from her mysterious past.


I am not a fan of science fiction, but the plotline in this movie was entertaining.
Although this movie is a bit like Astro Boy in terms of its cultural and world building. I got some vibes from My Life as a Teenage Robot in terms Alita being a cyborg. Yet, the similarities end there.
I love the action scenes; Alita kicked some serious butt. I love it when she stands up for her rights when the others look down on her because she looked like a child. She means serious business here. Yukito Kishiro uses the stereotype of the damsel in distress to his advantage, twisting it. And that changed the ending. I love it!
All in all, I am caught off guard by the ending. I don’t know there is or there might be a sequel in the future. But I am keen to watch how the story unravels from there. 
I rate it 8/10
That concludes my review.

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(Book Review) City of Ghosts by Victoria Schwab // Spoiler- Free

Title: City of Ghosts

Author: Victoria Schwab

Publisher: Scholastic

Goodreads Synopsis: Cassidy Blake’s parents are The Inspecters, a (somewhat inept) ghost-hunting team. But Cass herself can REALLY see ghosts. In fact, her best friend, Jacob, just happens to be one.

When The Inspecters head to ultra-haunted Edinburgh, Scotland, for their new TV show, Cass—and Jacob—come along. In Scotland, Cass is surrounded by ghosts, not all of them friendly. Then she meets Lara, a girl who can also see the dead. But Lara tells Cassidy that as an In-betweener, their job is to send ghosts permanently beyond the Veil. Cass isn’t sure about her new mission, but she does know the sinister Red Raven haunting the city doesn’t belong in her world. Cassidy’s powers will draw her into an epic fight that stretches through the worlds of the living and the dead, in order to save herself.


One word: boo!
Boo in a good way NOT in the bad.
This book sort of reminds me of Danny Phantom meets the Ghostbusters. When I first picked it up, I wasn’t sure to like it, but it sounds like something I enjoy writing about so I gave a go.
This is my first Victoria Schwab book, and I must say I enjoyed her writing style. It is simple and easy to understand. Though this markets to young readers or middle graders, it is still an entertaining read.
The pacing is fast which I like. The dialogues are natural as if I can hear them speaking through the pages. From time to time, there were some humorous times that I couldn’t help but burst out laughing. Whenever Jacob is with Cassidy – he makes the scene less tense and those are my memorable moments! I love their friendship and how they got each other backs in times of trouble. Every time Cassidy, the main character converse with her best friend, Jacob, it is like I am right there in the room with them.
All in all, my favourite character is Jacob. Schwab has written him to be a relatable, and comical character. I love seeing him communicate with Cassidy. And I cannot wait for the sequel!

That concludes my review. I sure can see myself rereading this book. I recommend this book to whoever likes reading about Scotland, ghosts, and curses.

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3 IMPORTANT things to remember when chasing your dreams!

1. Kickstart your engine

I am definitely not asking you to transform into Iron Man, but if you can, hello, I am your biggest fan!

Okay, going off topic here. *clears throat*

What I am trying to say is do it! Do not think of the what ifs, just do it. START it. It is not game over if you do, the game is still loading. What do you have to lose?

Stop hesitating, and make a way forward to achieving your dreams! Change them into reality. Don’t let others tell you otherwise. Don’t let anyone dull your sparkle.


AND thinking about your dream isn’t the same as doing something about it. If ya love teaching, teach, if ya love beatboxing, beatbox, if ya want to perform on America’s Got Talent, go and sign up!

Sure it is going to be difficult at times, and ya gonna or probably make mistakes during your first tries, but that is okay. That is alright even for that is the way the cookie crumbles, ya STILL will never give up ’cause determination is the key to unlock your destination.

JUST get ready to hold on tight, because it is going to be a bumpy ride.

2. It takes TIME

I wish I could tell my younger self this.

These things take time.

Maybe days. Maybe weeks. Maybe months. Maybe years!

But it is our determinations that strives us to do our very best. It may take lots and lots of time to develop the skills that you want to make a living out of.

Even if it takes a long time, it is still worth it. It is worth putting yourself out there and doing what you are meant to do.

Don’t let fear stop you.

Chasing a dream might be the scariest thing that one will face. You may feel like it is a solitary journey, make friends while you’re at it, but do what makes your soul shine.

Don’t let fear win. Don’t let fear take control of your destiny.

Take it from me; this is my 6th attempt to become a blogger. I am still finding my way and learning as I go. Even if it takes me multiple tries for this baby to become a blog to be proud of. This is all a work in progress. It sure won’t happen overnight. It takes time and hard work and persistence and determination.

3. Celebrate the littlest things

I also wish I could tell my teen self this.

Even if you think you are doing little, or you feel like your dreams are impossible to reach, or feel like you’re not doing enough to make them come true. Put away these thoughts!

Know that even the smallest things can make a big impact on your life.

You came a long way to get here. BE proud of how hard you are succeeding! You’re only halfway through so celebrate your winnings even if they are big or small.

You’re a warrior who has now conquered your dream.

That is all from me. Hope this post helps you see the stars better OR push you a little closer to your dreams. Even if you think that these stars are out of reach, they are closer than ya realise.

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(Movie Review) The Kid Who Would Be King // Spoiler-free

Director and Screenplay/Written by Joe Cornish

Produced by Nira Park, Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner

Language: English

Louis Ashbourne Serkis, Tom Taylor, Rebecca Ferguson, Patrick Stewart, and Angus Imrie

Old-school magic meets the modern world when young Alex stumbles upon the mythical sword Excalibur. He soon unites his friends and enemies, and they become knights who join forces with the legendary wizard, Merlin. Together, they must save mankind from the wicked enchantress Morgana and her army of supernatural warriors.


I am not a fan of King Arthur retellings (except the Disney version) so I wasn’t sure whether I was going to like it but since this movie took an unexpected turn, it caught me by surprise.

I was completely hooked like an eagle sinking its claws into the prey’s flesh. I WANTED MORE!

The movie had a good world building as the path was clear and was easy to follow and nope, I didn’t trip on any pebbles. I like how they cast the characters with different backgrounds, more towards diversity. It was entertaining to watch these characters in action, especially Merlin (I am already a fan.)

Acting-wise; there was a lot of British humour which I enjoyed. Kudos to the scriptwriter, Joe Cornish who made me laugh and smile throughout the film. Also, Angus Imrie did a good job at acting as Merlin. Since Merlin ages backwards in the movie, Imrie really captured how a historical figure would have given a chance to live and talk in the modern world. 

The continuity was good though some parts I feel that they should have made it a bit tighter. All in all, it was still entertaining and exciting. Even though the movie was 2 hours long, they managed to introduce a magic system. It was simple, thus, it was easy to absorb.

I like how they play around the idea of a ‘chosen one’ trope and sort of made it their own with their own twist. And this movie gave me some Harry Potter vibes, probably because of the wizard, Merlin who changed himself into an animal which was thrilling.

Overall, I rate it 8.7/10

Well, that concludes my review. I totally recommend this movie to all the fantasy lovers out there, who want a taste of an adventure!

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26 Most Anticipated Movies/TV Dramas/Anime of 2019

I didn’t know that these movies are coming out this year – and you know what’s awesome? There are some exciting anime releases too! Call me a nerd whatsoever but I am super pumped to watch them all!  Oh gosh, this is going to be a long list but I promise you that it is short and simple and sweet!

That’s not how you wear it, Olaf! *facepalms*
Yes, we are going to see him again! How is awesome is this news?! Keep a lookout for Frozen 2.
Initial Release: November 22, 2019 (USA)

Spider-Man: Far from Home

A sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming. What is he doing so far from home?
Initial release: July 5, 2019 (USA)

How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World

Toothless and Hiccup are back for another epic adventure!
Initial Release: February 22, 2019 (USA)
Update: WATCHED IT! FANTASTIC! Review coming soon! Stay tuned! Oh gosh, it rhymes.

What can you expect from Sonic the Hedgehog? I didn’t know he is a hedgehog. I thought he was a porcupine.
Initial Release: November 8, 2019 (USA)

Who is this man? The answer we’re looking for is in Spies in the Disguise!
Initial release: September 13, 2019 (USA)

Shake your manes and tails because there is going to be a movie adaption of The Lion King, only this time, it’s 3D!
Initial Release: July 19, 2019 (USA)

Wait a minute, I thought it is the name of an app that can identify all the music you want.
Initial Release: April 5, 2019 (USA)

“Al, say it with me, we are hitting theatres sooon!’
That is right! You’re going to see Al, Abu, Iago, Genie and the rest of the gang from Aladdin again! Initial release: May 24, 2019 (USA)
Like Genie said, Aladdin is releasing REALLY soon! I cannot wait! And speaking of Genie, I wonder who will play him though?

It is not anymore, Woody! You and the gang are coming back, and I am excited to see what adventure is in store for us!
Toy Story 4’s Initial Release Date: June 21, 2019 (USA)

It’s not a Wolverine story this time. Not Lara Jean either (that is a different movie) Oops. It is Jean Grey’s.
X-Men: Dark Phoenix’s Initial Release Date: June 7, 2019 (USA)

Step aside, let the girls handle this. We need more superheroines like Captain Marvel and SuperGirl!

Initial Release: March 8, 2019 (USA)

Avengers: Endgame also called Avengers: Infinity War Part 2. I haven’t watched Part 1 ’cause of personal matters. I want to watch the first and then the second. I heard it is one of the best movies in 2018!

Initial Release: April 26, 2019 (USA)

Detective Conan Movie 23: The Fist of Blue Sapphire
Initial Release: April 12, 2019 (Japan)

Ms Tohru Honda is back! The reason behind this is; the author of Fruits Basket had broken her writing arm and had to put her series on hiatus in order to heal.
Orphan Tohru Honda moves in with a classmate and his cursed family.
Initial Release: In April 2019

Are you ready for Uta no☆Prince-sama♪ Maji Love Kingdom Movie?
Initial Release: June 14, 2019 (Japan)
Movie Trailer

Ashita Sekai ga Owaru Toshitemo
Summary: Shin has shut his heart ever since his mother died when he was young. His childhood friend Kotori has been looking after him ever since. Now that they are in the third year of high school, and it seems like they can finally move forward, another Shin from another Japan has suddenly appeared in front of them.
Initial Release: 25 January 2019 (Japan)
Movie Trailer

Are you ‘happy’ to watch the final season of Fairy Tail? I’m not!!
Aired: Oct 7, 2018 – present


One Punch Man: Season 2
Aired: April 2019, – ?
Very excited to watch this! It’s a new villain this time, a tougher one. Can this villain beat One Punch Man? We’ll see!

B-Project: Zecchou* Emotion
(Second season of B-Project: Kodou*Ambitious.)
Aired: Jan 12 2019, –  ?  

Gegege no Kitarou (2018)

I prefer the older version though. The newer graphics are strange. It’s like watching the latest series of Ben 10 and Teen Titans.
Summary: Nearly twenty years into the 21st century, people have forgotten the existence of youkai. When a number of unexplainable phenomena plague adults of the human world with confusion and chaos, thirteen-year-old Mana writes a letter to the Youkai Post in search of answers, only to be greeted by Gegege no Kitarou…
Aired: Apr 1 2018,  – ?  

A young boy named Kun feels forgotten by his family when his little sister Mirai arrives. Running away from home, Kun stumbles upon a magical garden that serves as a time-travelling gateway where he encounters his mother as a little girl and has a series of adventures with his baby sister, who is all grown up, opening a new perspective on his world.

Initial Release: July 20, 2018 (Japan)

Good Doctor Season 3
Initial Release: to be confirmed
I need this NOW! Season 2 was the best! Now, excuse me, I need MORE!

The Big Bang Theory Season 12
Initial Release: September 24, 2018
Update: Currently watching!

My Kitchen Rules
Premiere: TBC

The Voice Season 16
Premiering on 25 February 2019

America’s Got Talent: The Championships
Original release‎: ‎January 7, 2019 – present
Update: Currently watching!

Phew, that took awhile. I apologise if it is a long list! But these are the shows/movies I cannot wait to watch!! What are your most anticipated show/movie to watch?

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(Book Review) – The Enchantress Returns (The Land of Stories #2) by Chris Colfer// Spoiler Free

the enchantress returns

Title: The Land of Stories: The Enchantress Returns

Author: Chris Colfer

Publisher: Little Brown

Goodreads Synopsis:

After decades of hiding, the evil Enchantress who cursed Sleeping Beauty is back with a vengeance.

Alex and Conner Bailey have not been back to the magical Land of Stories since their adventures in The Wishing Spell ended. But one night, they learn the famed Enchantress has kidnapped their mother! Against the will of their grandmother, the twins must find their own way into the Land of Stories to rescue their mother and save the fairy tale world from the greatest threat it’s ever faced.


What can you expect from Chris Colfer? Besides being a talented actor, singer, dancer, I didn’t know he can write too! This book is the second book in the series of The Land of Stories, and though it was the sequel, Colfer still kept me turning the pages. 

The plot and the characters were well-developed. I could follow the story well. Although it was slow paced, everything was still exciting and explained well. Colfer pieced things together so there were no plot holes, and so it was a pleasant read.

But somewhere in the middle, I felt the story was getting draggy. Maybe it was the weather that didn’t set the right mood. Or maybe I wasn’t feeling it.

With that being said, I still like the premise as it was interesting and enchanting. Pretty sure Colfer has bewitched me into reading this. I cannot say that I disliked it, I still enjoyed the book. I love joining the Baileys on their epic adventures. I also love it when he switched point of views as it was gripping learn more and see through the other characters’ eyes.  

The ending left me at a sad note but all in all, it was a good story. I like the characters, a variety of different personalities and they were very flawed too. I love flawed characters, that is what makes it interesting. Adventure mixed with action-packed. I love the sarcastic comments from Connor, and the lessons learnt in this book.

I rate this book 3.5 out of 5 stars.

That concludes my review. I hope that Colfer keeps coming with more books in the series as it reminds me to be a child once more in my own fairytale. I will certainly pick up his third one! The title has me excited! 😍

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My 2019 Word of the Year

This year is the year that I…

To those, who have been following me on Instagram for a while now will know what my 2019 word is, but for those who don’t, I am about to share with you!

Drum roll please *tum..tum..tum..tatarum!*

Fitting word for the new year, don’t ya say?

*takes a deep breath*

I was working on a fantasy series since 2016, and recently, it just hit me like a ton of bricks that I have taken too long to write this book. It is a series, and I am still writing book 1. What am I doing?

I am aware that everyone has their own pace.

I had time but I didn’t make the time for it back when I was a university student. There were loads of assignments, but if I had made time for writing my novel, perhaps 100 words a day, I may have completed it by now.

And now, I wouldn’t be stuck redoing everything, and rewriting the outline (which is, by the way, going great!) I don’t know why I am feeling like this. But I want to get it over and done with. This feeling my INNER VOICE telling me that I REALLY NEED to complete that draft.

INNER VOICE: If not, when? WHEN are you gonna finish it?

The first draft is always not amazing. But what matters the most is written and not a blank page. How will you fix a page that is not written? Stop putting it on hold ’cause you’ll never complete the quest. Stop waiting for the right moment, you won’t see it unless you go after it.

That’s it, I’m taping my fingers onto the lappie.

There are so many stories I want to share with the world, want to explore these stories with you, and I cannot get stuck in writing Book 1 only. I have to be persistent and do it. Give it my all and finish it.

So, this year, no, from this day onwards, I am maintaining my butt in the chair, and I will continue writing…writing…writing…until I #finishthatdraft. I am not going to dilly dally!

Well, that is all from me. Back to outlining my brains out!

Before Wide-Eyed Wanderer signs out, I am curious to know your 2019 word too! Drop it in the comments!

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(Movie Review) Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again

Directed and Screenplay by Ol Parker

Produced by Judy Craymer and Gary Goetzman

Story by Catherine Johnson, Richard Curtis, Ol Parker

Language: English

Starring: Lily James, Amanda Seyfried, Christine Baranski, Julie Walters, Pierce Brosnan, Andy García, Dominic Cooper, Colin Firth, Stellan Skarsgård, Jessica Keenan Wynn, Alexa Davies, Jeremy Irvine, Josh Dylan, Hugh Skinner, Cher, and Meryl Streep.

Synopsis: It is a follow-up to the 2008 film Mamma Mia! Both a prequel and a sequel. The plot is set after the events of the first film, and also features flashbacks to 1979, telling the story of Donna Sheridan’s arrival on the island of Kalokairi and her first meetings with her daughter Sophie’s three possible fathers.


I was a bit worried that Donna (Meryl Streep) wasn’t going to appear in the movie, but she did later! Yes, I may be biased but even if she is not in it, the movie will still turn out great, and it did.

The continuity in the movie was perfect since it was also telling Donna’s story of her adventures of meeting Sophie’s possible fathers, and how she came to Kalokairi as well as showing the events set after the first film. Kudos to the editor! Peter Lambert did a good job of putting everything together.

I like the cinematography. Robert Yeoman did an amazing job at capturing the shots of the ocean, habour, the boat, and the other places, especially the main venues, the island and the house, where Donna and Sophie live their whole life. The scenes were breathtaking. It was like watching the unsinkable ship, Titanic on a reverse. From old to new. Yeoman really captured the details of the old and transitioned to the new.

The plot was as interesting as the first. But it was more intriguing to see it from somebody else’s point of view, which was entertaining.

(WARNING: SPOILERS) I was at the edge of my seat especially when Young Donna met Young Sam. As the viewer, I already know that they will end up together as it was said in the first movie. So seeing them all young here and carefree, and innocent was thrilling though I know what is about to happen next. The most painful scene to watch was when Donna found out that Sam was engaged to someone else. It was heartbreaking. BUT I know that they will see each other again. IN THE FUTURE. So there was nothing to worry, really. However, a part of me wanted to step into the movie and tell Sam not to go and ask him to confront her, telling her that he came back. Oh, my heart! That scene gave me so many feels!! And the ending, oh my heart, it still hurts.

I rate this movie 10/10.

That concludes my review. Donna’s and Sophie’s mother and daughter relationship reminded of how I am with my mother. All in all, it was enchanting to watch.

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