Movie Review: “The Raven (2012)” ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭

Well, I had just finished watching “The Raven” which is a movie based on Edgar Allan Poe. I have always been in love with Edgar Allan Poe’s work, for many years, and when this was coming out two days before my birthday, you should’ve seen my reaction. However, it came out in March, and I’m watching it here in December.

This movie, is nonetheless, my new favorite movie right now. From the thrills, to the story line, to the cast! It was phenomenal, well in my opinion. John Cusack, is Edgar Allan Poe. If you haven’t had a chance to watch this movie, and you’re a thriller lover like me, then you MUST check it out.

I couldn’t sit still throughout the entire thing, and the ending was perfect. I couldn’t have imagined a better way to portray a story like that. Wow! Well, when I watch movies like this, it definitely sparks something in my imagination and diminishes my writer’s block.

Has anyone ever had similar experiences? Those movies, pictures, music, or books that just makes you want to stop, get up, pull out a piece of paper and just write? Sometimes I wonder, what changed. I used to be that little girl that was in love with clothes, dolls, and sparkly things. But now, I can guarantee that isn’t what occupies my mind.

I guess people really do change. Thanks for reading guys! ♥

I’d also like to thank all of you for helping me reach 711 Hits! You guys are awesome 😀

-Anisa Nasir ♥




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