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0229 | Life Of Pi

Ang Lee’s Life Of Pi, though undoubtedly a technically-impressive work, left me feeling a little non-plussed. Its simple story is engaging and welcoming, the acting by debutant Suraj Sharma is impressive (especially considering all the blue screen and water tank work he had to undertake) and Lee’s surety of hand is as present and correct as always, yet I doubt I’ll ever want to re-visit this overly-striking, colourful adaptation of Yann Martel’s popular novel; it’s a little like overdoing it with sweets or desserts … kind of enjoyable at the time but you feel nauseous afterwards. 1,117 more words


Top Ten Hulk Stories of All Time

So I started writing about Peter David’s run on The Incredible Hulk comic book, but reading and writing about that is part of a larger project to nail down what the best Hulk stories are. 267 more words


Feel Like You Haven't Made it Yet?

Here’s an infographic featuring 12 amazing people who succeeded later in life!

Originally published at LevoLeague.com.

Life Advice

MY MOVIE SHELF: Sense and Sensibility

The Task: Watch and write about every movie on my shelf, in order (Blu-rays are sorted after DVDs), by June 10, 2015.  Remaining movies: 202   703 more words


Just Walk Away

It sounds so simple and so easy, but it takes guts to give up your idea (or someone else’s) of the “perfect life” and change direction. 135 more words

Joanne Guidoccio