My Musts Of The Month: March 2021

Take A Chance

Yes Day is Netflix’s latest original film fit for the whole family. The film, featuring the lovely Jennifer Garner, is based on a beloved children’s book of the same name. The story follows couple Allison and Carlos, who decide to give their kids a “yes day” during which the children have 24 hours to make all the rules; prepare for chaos, laughter and plenty of family fun.

Better Late Than Never

Taylor Swift dropped a new song this week. You All Over Me was written for her Fearless album but didn’t make the final cut, so she released it twelve years later straight from the vault…better late than never, right? Fellow country star, Maren Morris also lends her vocals to this beautiful new/old single.

Faith, Hope And Love

Although I’ve wanted to watch this film since I saw the trailer back in 2019, and although it came out early last year, and has been on Amazon Prime for a few months, I only managed to watch I Still Believe this week! The film, which is based on a beautifully heartbreaking true story, follows singer-songwriter, Jeremy Camp as he embarks on an inspiring journey of love and faith for the love of his life, Melissa who discovers she has stage 3 cancer at the age of 20.

This I Believe has all my favourite film ingredients: faith, romance and KJ Apa! But seriously, this touching film shows what faith is really all about; nobody said life would be easy just because miracles take place. Faith is about trusting God even when we don’t understand His ways, because His ways are always good.Also, make sure to have a box of Kleenex nearby. I tried so hard not to shed a tear throughout the movie, but ended up bawling like a baby by the end!

I hope you guys check these out, and let me know which is your favourite in the comments below.

With Love, Abi X

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