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On My List of Movies-to-Watch!

First of all, I have to say… Mockingjay was so good! The storyline was well-developed, the action was intense, and the visuals were outstanding. I cannot wait to see what Summit Entertainment does to wrap up this legendary series in… 113 more words


'Mockingjay -- Part 1': The 7 biggest changes from page to screen

Big-screen adaptations of books always involve changes and modifications to the original story. It’s not a new phenomenon—but it’s one we still love to pick apart when given the opportunity. 870 more words


Cheaper by the Dozen

Before watching the movie:

This is a movie about a very large family. There’s currently a franchise of movies with the title that stars Steve Martin, but this doesn’t appear to have much to do with it, aside from perhaps a “suggested by” remake. 508 more words


Natural State

This is my hair in its most natural state: uncurled, unstraighted, airdryed, and simply me. I just realized that I haven’t been taking many photos with me in my short hair, so here ya go! 125 more words


Children's Horror Favorite Adapted for the Screen

I was kind of a unique little kid, I might have even bordered on creepy, I’m not ashamed to admit it.  Ghost stories, monster movies, anything terrifying fascinated me and still does, for that matter.   361 more words


'Mockingjay': Why the worst 'Hunger Games' book should make the best film

Mockingjay is the most polarizing novel in the Hunger Games saga. Although most agree that it’s Suzanne Collins’ weakest book, some defend it; others claim it’s actually the series’ best. 1,038 more words


Random Hearts

Before watching the movie:

I first heard of this movie in In The Can, a book about Hollywood missteps. When I selected it, I didn’t remember what the book had to say about it (I may have confused it with another entry), but I was fairly certain it had been in the book. 664 more words