A review of "Invisible Child" — 1 year ago
mmm Fruity and sweet but not too fruity and sweet. Berries with a a hint of vanilla; sort of berries & cream which combines well with the natural sweetness of the rooibos. The flavors are natural and don’t leave an nasty aftertaste! That’s a big plus in my book. So many of the flavored teas have artificial flavoring that leaves behind a chemically aftertaste. >_<
Unfortunately, I was unable to detect any of the lavender in this blend but, nonetheless, this is a delicious tea. I’m sure I’ll enjoy trying this iced!
Thankfully I didn’t watch this film with high expectations. Almost every film concerning demonic possession other than The Exorcist has been a disappointment for me, so I didn’t expect for this to be any different. Even so, I did expect a more professional film than what I got. The plot and writing are sloppy. the actress who played Isabella is stiff and incredibly dull. Everything about it, especially the tired mockumentary style, makes for a crappy movie.
Bad. Very bad. And cheesy…maybe that’s why I like it so much.