Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Helena Bonham Carter, Anne Hathaway, and Rihanna are some of the big names thrown at this film. Add in the hilarious trio of Mindy Kaling, Sarah Paulson, and Awkwafina and the cast alone is enough to get you excited about Ocean's 8.
Like my Disney World list, rides that I haven't ridden - such as the new Fast and Furious ride - will not be included in the list as it would be unfair to pass judgment on these rides. Also, rides that are closed or in the process of closing - like Shrek 4D - will also be left off the list. The list covers both of the Orlando parks, Universal Studios and Universal Studios: Islands of Adventure.
In the UK over 850,000 people are living with dementia and it's estimated at this point that one in three people will develop it over the years. In the U.S it's estimated that around 5.3 million people are living with this disease. With the recent interest in bringing attention to this disease, many media portrayals of dementia have caught people's attention.
As someone from Britain with a very British sense of humour (and yes that's humour with a U) I have always preferred British comedy to American comedy. Whilst I have enjoyed American comedies, I've found over the years that they are severely lacking something fresh and distinctly funny. Shows like The Big Bang Theory just aren't cutting it anymore. Enter Grace and Frankie, the Netflix comedy. Discovered through complete boredom, it may be the best TV decision I ever made. Starring Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin, Grace and Frankie is the story of two women in their '70s whose husbands come out as gay and have fallen in love with each other. We follow Grace and Frankie, who move in together, and see their personalities clash but also get a glimpse into the lives of the two ex-husbands Robert and Sol and all their children.
As someone who has visited Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida four times now, I consider myself somewhat of an expert, as do other people. I find myself constantly giving advice, directions and have even been mistaken as a cast member a few times.