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"Alma" by Junot Díaz

Alma“, the third story in This Is How You Lose Her, is my least favorite so far. It starts off as a wish fulfillment, setting up Alma as a near-perfect woman, and ends with Yunior cheating on yet another woman. 132 more words

American Fiction

"Nilda" by Junot Díaz

Yesterday I read “Nilda“, the second story in Junot Díaz’s This Is How You Lose Her. While I found Yunior to be at least somewhat relatable in “ 125 more words

American Fiction

April in The Asylum: Chris Ranson on Mega Shark vs. Mecha Shark (2014)

For the entire month of April, Cinefessions will be locked into The Asylum, reviewing films released by the famed studio. Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday throughout April you will get another review on a film released by The Asylum. 579 more words

Movie Reviews

Movie Review: The Amazing Spider-Man 2: Rise of Electro

Following his graduation, Peter Parker AKA Spider-Man struggles with staying away from ex-girlfriend Gwen Stacy to fulfil a promise made to her father, which becomes more difficult as an old friend returns and an accident as Oscorp creates a new threat to New York City.

Movie Review

Review: The Moon Sisters

The Moon Sisters

Official Stuff –

Author – Therese Walsh

Pages – 336

Publisher – Crown Publishing

Summary –

A beautiful coming-of-age novel about two sisters on a journey to forgive their troubled mother, with a sheen of almost-magical realism that overlays a story about the love of a family, and especially between sisters. 869 more words

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#12: Kick-Ass 2 (2013)

This movie had been on my list for quite a while, and Anthony and I finally got around to renting it.  I sort of had high hopes?  460 more words

2010s

Fauxpocalypse

(Two to three stars)

As I wrote before, I received a free copy of this book from Story Cartel in exchange for an honest and unbiased review. 139 more words

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