It’s been a while since I updated this blog, but nothing inspires me to take a break from my intense Netflix binge faster than unfair criticisms of a female character. Today’s focus, Rey from Star Wars: The Force Awakens, who screenwriter Max Landis … Continue reading Is Star Wars’ Rey a Mary Sue?
I’m working on a Beginner’s Guide to Dark Comedy, which I’m super excited about. I was hoping to have that up today, but because I’m watching a lot of movies I haven’t seen before, I don’t want to rush it. … Continue reading Science fiction… a feminist genre? — Day # 7
Overview: New parents Mac (Seth Rogen) and Kelly (Rose Byrne) are trying to adjust to parenthood when a fraternity buys the house next door and turns their world upside down. 2014; Rated R; 96 minutes. What It’s Really About: Neighbors is raunchy, ridiculous, and … Continue reading “Neighbors” Review
“Life of Pi” is a spiritual whirlwind. A visually stunning masterpiece of filmmaking. It’s a film with a story that promises to make you believe in God, and if you let it, it might do just that. Based on a … Continue reading “Life of Pi” Review
“The World’s End” is an intimate, chaotic, hilarious, and sentimental film about reliving youth and holding on to childhood friendships. Beneath the slapstick humor and crass jokes, there’s a sense of heart in this film that suggests the people involved … Continue reading “The World’s End” Movie Review
I saw “This Is The End” tonight and instead of tweeting excessively, I thought I would express my opinions in a quick blog post. First off, I want to be clear about one thing. I liked “This Is The End.” … Continue reading “This Is The End” Review