Summer movies have come and gone–what is the result? I had a hard time keeping up with the blog this summer. Managed to write a few reviews, but this is an overview of my thoughts for the summer–top and bottom 5. I’d Watch These Again Straight Outta Compton Trainwreck Inside Out Southpaw Jurassic World Why?… Continue reading My Top and Bottom Five
So…This happened. Let’s…Let’s talk about this. First of all, that stunning jungle set! CGI or not, well done, Disney. So thick, so lush, so mysterious and deadly. It looks incredible! The cinematography in this world Disney created is just brilliant (so it seems from the trailer). This new Jungle Book movie is going to be… Continue reading Live Action Jungle Book!
This movie. I hated it. I hated everything about it. And let me preface this with a reminder. If I don’t like movies, I usually don’t write about them. But I hated this movie so much, I feel like the world needs to know. I can’t stand horror. Well, JJ, why did you go see… Continue reading Nan-Nan and Pop-Pop’s
The movie? Oh it was awesome. I just think that if it were me…I would have learned my lesson from the first three movies and just stuck with kids riding on baby stegosauruses. This is not SeaWorld. #ShortandSweet, Jael C.
Summer is well upon us and several amazing movies have already hit the screens. One of them being the long-anticipated Pixar movie, which is only long-anticipated if you are a Pixar geek, which I am. “Inside Out” is the personification of the emotions inside Riley’s head. All of them were narrowed down into five generic… Continue reading Yellow and Blue
I uncovered an old essay of mine from November 2013 in my English Comp I class. It was a group project, which at that time meant that I wrote all of it while everyone else watched. Enjoy! Boys Will Be Boys On a hot summer afternoon, two boys sat in a court. Solemn, distraught, guilty… Continue reading Boys Will Be Boys
Did any of y’all see this movie? It wasn’t well advertised. Brought to you by the nominations at SXSW 2015: I have to say this is one of the most bizarre thrillers that I actually enjoyed. Written and directed by Alex Garland, a London filmmaker. A young programmer (Caleb) wins a mysterious contest, which buys him… Continue reading People-Watching