My Top Ten Favourite MoviesThere's no question about it. Movies are a massive part of my life. From the time I could crawl, there hasn't been a moment where I haven't enjoyed watching them. They've made me laugh, cry, think, and done so much for me. But, in spite of that, I've never actually tried putting into words which ones I hold the most dear to me. Well, that changes now, as I present to you my top ten favourite movies of all time. Please bear in mind that this is not a list of films I consider the greatest, as there are many films that I fully acknowledge that are better than the ones on this list, but nevertheless just don't click for me. These are just the ones that, for whatever reason, I enjoy above all others.My Top Ten Favourite Movies by Thejboy88
10 - Pacific Rim (2013):
We start things off with the most recent film you'll find on this list. I know it's a fairly "uncool" thing to do, putting such a modern film in a top ten list, but PR did a lot of things right for me. True, there are a lot of cliches and stereotype characters in here,
Trade Ya - ReviewThis review will contain spoilers for those who have not seen the latest episode.Trade Ya - Review by Thejboy88
The premise of this story is that the ponies' friendship is tested when a trip to the Rainbow Falls Traders Exchange goes wrong.
Something I feel the need to note in this episode is that this is a story that has no clear central figure, and instead goes on as an ensemble piece, with all of the main six character contributing to it. Stories like this are a rarity in this show as most episodes focus on one or two of the main cast with the rest providing a supporting role. That's no mark against it however as I've often felt that episodes like this can work, and indeed, several of my all-time favourite episodes, like "Best Night Ever", have been such ensemble stories. As such, it stands out as a fair unique outing for this season so far.
The idea that the girls' friendships would be under strain from what they go through in this episode strikes me as a fairly odd thing. Now, to be fair, I can understand how