BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY: I AM CONFUSED?

I defend this movie against total straight washing. Also I’m not listing the articles or tweets or anything else I’ve read about this movie because I already will probably write this more dramatically than I intend to and don’t proclaim that I disagree with these people’s interpretations. It’s just that what I’ve written here is … Continue reading BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY: I AM CONFUSED?

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BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY: IT DEFINITELY TRIES TO APPEAL TO MULTIPLE AUDIENCES

And I am the audience ‘looking for entertainment.’ I was thoroughly pleased with this movie. It was very entertaining. I like Queen’s music. Obviously, who doesn’t? But I am by no means a hardcore fan of the band and know very little about their lives and their band’s story. So the whole thing was quite … Continue reading BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY: IT DEFINITELY TRIES TO APPEAL TO MULTIPLE AUDIENCES

INTERESTING THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT 6 OF THE VOICES BEHIND DISNEY PRINCESSES

Makes sense about Adriana though… considering Snow White is only 14… Adriana Caselotti (Snow White) was only 15 years old when she voiced Snow White I didn’t actually know who Kelly McDonald (Merida) was before Brave. And I’m really shocked by that considering how much she’s in! She’s most well known for Trainspotting, Gosford Park … Continue reading INTERESTING THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT 6 OF THE VOICES BEHIND DISNEY PRINCESSES

4.1 MILES: IT WOULD HAVE BEEN EASIER TO RIP OUT MY HEART

Watching anything refugee related will always be hard. Honestly, I don’t really have much to say about 4.1 Miles… It’s just so real, and very raw… This short film follows the commander of the small Greek island Lesbos’ Coast Guard ship that is charged with saving the lives of thousands of refugees. And it’s hard … Continue reading 4.1 MILES: IT WOULD HAVE BEEN EASIER TO RIP OUT MY HEART

CITY OF GOD: DIFFICULT TO WATCH, BUT IMPOSSIBLE TO LOOK AWAY FROM

“In the poverty-stricken favelas of Rio de Janeiro in the 1970s, two young men choose different paths. Rocket (Alexandre Rodrigues) is a budding photographer who documents the increasing drug-related violence of his neighbourhood. José ‘Zé’ Pequeno (Leandro Firmino da Hora) is an ambitious drug dealer who uses Rocket and his photos as a way to … Continue reading CITY OF GOD: DIFFICULT TO WATCH, BUT IMPOSSIBLE TO LOOK AWAY FROM