Long time no see, eh?
I have returned with a new angle, a tenfold opinionated, twenty-fold detailed depiction of the newest instalment of The Hunger Games. 415 more words
A prime example of a shambles I should dislike but I can’t. The cast is really what holds this film together, the story certainly can’t. It’s clunky and there’s inevitably plot holes but it maintains a coherent structure to an extent. 63 more words
After a bit of a hiatus, I want to wrap up my thoughts on the film Dear White People.
At the close of the last post I shared my disbelief that a Lionel character–a kid who identified with the culture of his suburban upbringing rather than the flat tropes of stereotypical blackness–could actually be isolated from other black people with a similar experience, especially in an Ivy League environment where other students likely have similar experiences. 191 more words
As regular readers will no doubt know, when I talk about films I tend to ramble. I can hold my hands up and say that when I get passionate about a film I can talk about it for a long time, regardless of whether my writing is still interesting or not. 371 more words