HAS THE FIGHT FOR GENDER DIVERSITY IN FILM BECOME A GIMMICK? – DISCUSSION

The fight for diversity in Hollywood has been a battle similar to pushing a boulder up a mountain only for it to roll over you in the process. Whether it be for women, ethnically diverse actors, or re-imaginings of characters, there has been a jump in the changes of leading and supporting characters in films… Read More HAS THE FIGHT FOR GENDER DIVERSITY IN FILM BECOME A GIMMICK? – DISCUSSION

‘THE IRON GIANT’ (1999): YOU ARE WHO YOU CHOOSE TO BE – VINTAGE MOVIE REVIEW

Animation is an incredibly tactical medium and genre for films that have always had the ability to hit audiences of all ages. It was when Brad Bird and Warner Brother Studios decided to bring to life a magical fairy tale of robot giants and the childlike wonders to a screen near you back in 1999.… Read More ‘THE IRON GIANT’ (1999): YOU ARE WHO YOU CHOOSE TO BE – VINTAGE MOVIE REVIEW

‘CASINO ROYALE’ (2005): WHEN JAMES BOND BECAME 007 – VINTAGE MOVIE REVIEW

In honor of the fourth Daniel Craig James Bond film I’ve decided to write out a review for one of my favorite –not just Bond films– but favorite films I’ve ever seen. Casino Royale is the film that tells, more or less, the origin of 007 as he takes on one of the most intense poker games… Read More ‘CASINO ROYALE’ (2005): WHEN JAMES BOND BECAME 007 – VINTAGE MOVIE REVIEW

THE HIDDEN GEM OF 2015: ‘ME AND EARL AND THE DYING GIRL’ (2015) – MOVIE REVIEW

Cancer sucks. No, it really sucks. It takes away the lives hundreds of people a day with no concerns and produces consequences those around the victims feel for the rest of their lives. It’s the lives they lived before, during, and after that we should focus on, and all the good that came out of them… Read More THE HIDDEN GEM OF 2015: ‘ME AND EARL AND THE DYING GIRL’ (2015) – MOVIE REVIEW