Do these pink sunglasses look familiar? They were previously loved by my cousin Umbreen, and I showed our sunglasses shopping expedition here. She decided to donate them to me since I broke my blue ones. Gotta love generous family members.
Dress and Shoes from Urban Outfitters || Grey Blazer from Suzy Shier || Earrings from mom || Necklace from Ettika.com || Sunglasses from Umbreen || Bracelet from Primark in Amsterdam
Last night Chris and I went to see the scary movie 'Chernobyl Diaries' and it was great. The premise is that a group of 'adventure tourists' go on tour-gone-horribly-wrong trip to Chernobyl, the site of a massive nuclear disaster. Trapped, without food or supplies, being hunted down by savage dogs, sharp-toothed fish, and faceless nuclear zombies, they must figure out a way. But do they? (Insert suspense music here.)
The movie has received some pretty harsh reviews, mostly for being predictable, and more seriously for being insensitive to those who died or were injured during the Chernobyl disaster. I noticed that like a lot of movies in this genre, it has that classic fairy tale, 'Red Riding Hood', stay-on-the-right-path morality. But if you can suspend those criticisms for one minute (well, for one hour and 30 minutes), and go in just looking forward to being scared I think you'll enjoy the movie.
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~ Photos by Nazia ~