Only films I see in a theatre get a full-on review. Other titles seen on dvd and the like are covered in the “Reactions” section. My take on spoilers is that they pertain to the crux of the filmgoing experience – so while my posts aren’t what I’d call “spoilerific”, consider yourself warned.
All films are rated from one to four stars.
For every brussel sprouts pie, there's a black and white cupcake
For the women in our lives; a mixtape to appreciate their influence on our stories.
How can we tell if we are doing things right or wrong when nobody answers our questions?
Just how well can the blanks be filled in?
Death has a way of splintering those things for those affected. We all want to make the loss of a person about so much about us, that we lose sight of what that same loss is for others
Consider the story as it is on the page, and not as you wish it was written.
As a teenager, you can easily feel like a misfit. You won't be the first to feel that way, and you certainly won't be the last.