Let the Credits Roll: A Look Back at All the Films I’ve Watched the Last Few Months

So, it’s been a minute since I’ve last posted. Where have I been? Well, about two weeks ago I broke my ankle. Despite not needing my ankle to write, I just haven’t felt up to it. I’ve been pretty down (especially since I was supposed to go to a music festival this past weekend) and …

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Let the Credits Roll: A Look Back at All the Films I Watched January 2019

You guys may not know this about me, but I keep a list of movies I want to watch. The problem is I watch movies so rarely that list just keeps growing. On the rare occasion I do knock a movie off the list, I just wind up adding two more in its place. It’s …

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This Film Will Rock You: A Review of “Bohemian Rhapsody”

If you’d asked me even a week ago, I would’ve qualified myself as a casual Queen fan. After all, aren’t we all born Queen fans to some degree? But after seeing this film? Well, let’s just say I went home from the theater listening to Spotify’s “This is Queen” playlist and have listened to nothing …

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An ‘80s Nostalgia Disaster: A Review of Netflix Original Movie “Sierra Burgess is a Loser”

A few months ago, the trailers for both Insatiable and Sierra Burgess is a Loser dropped. What is colloquially known as Woke Twitter immediately denounced Insatiable, instead encouraging people to watch other Netflix project Sierra Burgess. Both projects tell the story of a fat girl, though take different approaches. Patty, the protagonist of Insatiable, is …

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Disney Mania: My Top 6 Disney Movies and Why They Work

I grew up in what is now known as the Disney Renaissance. This is the era spanning the late ‘80s to the mid ‘90s, in which Disney’s quality of movie skyrocketed for the first time in decades. As such, I was greatly spoiled with excellent movie after excellent movie. I know, I know. This reeks …

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Why Emma Watson is a Bad Fit for “The Queen of the Tearling”

Back in 2014 upon the release of Erika Johansen’s The Queen of the Tearling, Emma Waston, Harry Potter director David Heyman, and Warner Brothers optioned the rights for a film. Ms. Watson was promptly signed on as both a producer and the lead, Tear Queen Kelsea Raleigh Glynn. Since then, the remainder of the trilogy …

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