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"The crew of the colony ship Covenant, bound for a remote planet on the far side of the galaxy, discovers what they think is an uncharted paradise, but is actually a dark, dangerous world. When they uncover a threat beyond their imagination, they must attempt a harrowing escape." – Foxmovies.com

"Wow!", that's one word I would describe my reaction after I left the cinema. I sure did love this movie, everything from the CGI, storyline to binding together it with the previous movie "Prometheus".

I'm a big fan of the Alien-franchise, as well as I'm one of those who really loved Prometheus. I was beyond excited when they announced they would make a sequel to Prometheus, since I fell in love with how they told the story of how "alien" came to life. Although, I have to admit when I saw the trailers I was slightly disappointed. I got the feeling that the movie wouldn't continue on the story where they left off.

I couldn't be more wrong. As much as the movie had its own story, it still manage to answer the questions you had left from Prometheus! I don't want to give away too much, but the biggest question I think all of us had after Prometheus was "what happened to Dr. Elizabeth Shaw?" Well, if you watch the movie you will find out. Personally I think Alien: Covenant was the best way to continue the story of Prometheus and how the Alien-franchise really came to life.

As for actors and CGI, I'm pleased with both parts. But I would say CGI took home the prize. Most of the actors you've seen before and they're not bad as well as they're not the best. Although the CGI, damn I was pleased. I'm a sucker for the gore, blood and guts, and I got as much as I was expecting! In the end, Alien: Covenant is a movie worth watching and I highly recommend it!

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I realised I haven't posted or talked about the upcoming Spider-Man movie, and today Marvel released a new trailer!
​Spider-Man is one of Marvel most famous characters, and in my opinon, one of the characters that haven't been portrayed like the original comic book character... yet. Until Tom Holland came into the picture! This is also the reason why I'm most excited about this particularly movie. I've grown up with Spider-Man comics and watching all the cartoons about him, but the five previous movies haven't caught my interest as much as Homecoming has.

Peter Parker, aka Spider-Man, is suppose to the the super geek, slightly bullied kid in high school who goes through all the teen problems, just like a regular teen would do. Besides that he has super strength and can climb walls. From what I've seen in the three trailers you see the geeky and the humours side of him! I think Tom Holland is the perfect actor to portray the Spider-Man many of us know him as. 

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I've been really bad writing about my days or anything about myself since I created this blog I thought this list could be fun.
For your information, here's the source of the list.

Are you named after anyone? – I'm named after one of Odin's valkyries, aka from the norse mythology.
When was the last time you cried? – I believe it was when my co-worker and I talked about her dog who sadly passed away last week. (I can't handle when pets dies)
Do you have kids? – Nope, not yet. Maybe in 6-7 years or so.
If you were another person, would you be a friend of yourself? – If I had the same interest and obsession with comics and Guardians Of the Galaxy, then yes I would.
Do you use sarcasm a lot? – I wouldn't say a lot, but it happens sometimes, yes.
What’s the first thing you notice about people? – Eyes and nose.
What is your eye color? – Green with a "sun" around the iris.
Scary movie or happy endings? – Scary movies ftw.
Favorite smells? – Something fresh and fruity.
What’s the furthest you’ve ever been from home? – I guess it was when I travelled to New York?
Do you have any special talents? – I know too much about Guardians Of The Galaxy and Marvel. That's my only special talent.
Where were you born? – Somewhere in Skåne, Sweden.
What are your hobbies? – Photography, reading both comics and regular books, music, tv-series and movies.
Do you have any pets? – Sadly, no I don't. I really want a Shiba Inu, pet rat and a hamster though.
Do you have any siblings? – I have a little brother who everyone think is my older brother...
What do you want to be when you grow up? – Right now, I want to be a Recreational pedagogue, but when I was little I wanted to become an archaeologist.
Who was your first best friend? – My first, ever, real best friend was Lollo. We got to know each other through our parents.
How tall are you? – 1'80cm
Funniest moment throughout School? – There's a few, but one that comes up to my mind was when Cassie and I made a "commercial" about being recognising your friends, or as we called it "bro's". The whole process with recording and editing was hilarious. I don't think we've ever laughed as much as we did when we edited the video.
How many countries have you visited? – I've been to the U.S, Spain, Italy, England, Denmark, Germany.. that's about it sooo, six countries.
What was your favorite/worst subject in High School?Favourite: Photography, English and Graphic Design. Worst: Math.
What is your favorite drink? Animal? Perfume?Drink: Tea or Pepsi Animal: Shiba Inu and frogs! Perfume: I don't have one.
What would you name your children? – I've always loved the name 'Dawn'
What sports do you play/Have you played? – I've never played any sports.
Who are some of your favorite YouTubers? – Dan and Phil! God, I love those two dorks.
How many Girlfriends/Boyfriends have you had? – I've been in 2 distant relationships.
Favorite memory from childhood? – Oh dear, I think whatever memory I have from family holidays in Kalmar or Nävlinge is my favourite memory/ies.
How would you describe your fashion sense? – Geeky af.
What phone do you have? – An iPhone 6
Tell us one of your bad habits! – a classic, I bite my nails when I'm nervous or anxious.

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Yesterday I found this Imagine Dragon cover by Aurora, a Norwegian singer with one of the most incredible voice. I don't know why, but lately I've been obsessing over live or radio performances. If I would guess, I think it's because I'm incredibly tired of the music I listen to right now. Even though I find new songs or artists, I just.. find it boring.

If you have any artists recommendations, please leave a comment below. I listen to pretty much every genre in a way.

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Links to the past monthly goal posts: March | April
As I've fallen in love with this little series of monthly goals I thought "why stop now?" April, second month of goals done, let's move other to the third – May!

GOALS OF APRIL:
✓ Go to the gym (no cold, no excuses!) – I could've gone to the gym more than I did, but I had an intense week of work out during the spring break!
✓ Finish reading two comics. – I can't say I finished reading two, although I did finish Black Panther and I'm almost done with Harley Quinn.
✗ Make a t least two videos, not included the videos from London. – Well..... that did not happen.
✓ Finish decorating my room. – I'm about 98% done with my room, sooo I'll give myself this one.
✓ Go to the cinema two times and write about the movies. – Kong: Skull Island and Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol.2!
✗ Learn something new. – I have probably learnt something new, but at this moment I can't remember a single things. I'll give myself another try for the upcoming month!

GOALS FOR MAY:
● Learn something new.
● Book a getaway trip for the summer.
● Finish reading a book.
● Cut down on the sugar.
● Write a bucket list for the summer.

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"Set to the backdrop of 'Awesome Mixtape #2,' Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 continues the team's adventures as they traverse the outer reaches of the cosmos. The Guardians must fight to keep their newfound family together as they unravel the mysteries of Peter Quill's true parentage. Old foes become new allies and fan-favorite characters from the classic comics will come to our heroes' aid as the Marvel cinematic universe continues to expand." - Marvel Studios

It's been almost a week since I saw Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2 for the first time...!

By the fact that I've seen the movie twice already, I guess it's quite obvious that I loved the movie. As expected. I may be a tiny bit biased since one of my favourite directors and writers, James Gunn, once again stood behind the script and directed Gotg vol.2.

Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2 is a perfect continuation of the first movie and I feel that if you watched the two movies after each other it would give you the feeling of a 5 hours movie. Even though I loved the second volume, I have to admit I was sceptical and felt disappointed the first 15 minutes of the movie. I don't want to write any spoilers, but let me say that what you saw in the trailers came faster than expected and that's what made me sceptical. Although, as the movie continued, slowly but steady the plot began to evolve and become something now I can say love even more. The trailers gives away nothing of what's going to happen in the end, and it made me happier than ever!

Besides that the plot turned out incredible, the new characters that they introduced blew my expectations and honestly I think this is where I fell even harder for the second movie than I did for the first Guardians Of The Galaxy. The main two characters they introduced were Ego and Mantis.
Ego (the living planet) is the cinematic father to Peter Quill (Star-Lord). I was quite sceptical because in the comics J'Son Of Spartax is the father of Quill, and Ego the living planet is in itself a giant egocentric planet. But by the script and changes made by James Gunn and the amazing acting by Kurt Russell, Ego became a whole other character to me and MCU.

For Mantis, I can't say I had any expectations. Her character didn't have much space in the trailers and I wouldn't say you build a good picture of Mantis through them, which is a good thing here. She blew me away! Mantis was hysterical, cute and innocent in a way we haven't seen in the Guardians yet.

Weither you liked the first movie, or wants a movie filled with space adventures with hilarious characters.. and where one character is a talking raccoon and another is a talking tree. I highly recommend you to watch Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol.2!

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