Day 01 – Favourite foreign film
Day 02 – A film that is underrated
Day 03 – A film that brings you unadulterated happiness
Day 04 – A film cliché that you love
Day 05 – Favourite love story in a film
Day 06 – Favourite actor/actress
Day 07 – The most surprising plot twist/ending
Day 08 – The best opening/closing credits
Day 09 – The best soundtrack/score to a film
Day 10 – Favourite classic film
Day 11 – Favourite black-and-white film
Day 12 – A film that permanently altered your point-of-view
Day 13 – A guilty pleasure…
Day 14 – A film that you used to love but now hate
Day 15 – Favourite film sequel
Day 16 – Favourite film character
Day 17 – Favourite film quote
Day 18 – The best overall cast in a film
Day 19 – The most hilarious film you’ve seen
Day 20 – A moving (emotional) scene
Day 21 – Favourite film from your favourite actor/actress
Day 22 – Favourite Academy Award acceptance speech
Day 23 – A character who you can relate to the most

Day 24 – The best page-to-screen film adaptation

Twelfth Night (1996)

It’s definitely my favourite Shakespeare play of all time, and this adaptation is amazing. The historical context is shifted for this film, but it’s done in a sensible, subtle way and doesn’t interfere with the brilliant, brilliant storyline.

Wonderful cast – yes.
Amazing costumes – yes.
Breathtaking scenery – yes.
Hilarious jokes – they never seem to end.

Do you like Shakespeare’s comedies? Have you seen this one yet? Watch it!


Day 25 – Favourite film villain
Day 26 – Favourite film poster
Day 27 – A film that you wish you had seen in theaters
Day 28 – Favourite film from your favourite director
Day 29 – A piece of trivia from a favourite film
Day 30 – Your favourite film of all-time?

3 thoughts on “Filmtastic!

  1. etimodnar

    well that answer was a surprise! I was convinced that you were going to pick Persuasion!

    (btw, I just tried typing “persuation”, got it wrong several times and even though I know this is how it’s spelt, it just doesn’t look right still :P)

  2. Anonymous


    Good call Alison.

    Very good adaption, very well made. Although I also must admit that I am surprised you didn’t go down the Jane Austen road


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