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"Finding Dory" and Acceptance

Earlier this year, I praised Disney’s Zootopia for being a kid’s film which made the issue of racism accessible to a young audience without necessarily taking away the complexity of the problem. 470 more words

Private Benjamin (1980)

“To climb steep hills requires slow pace at first…” —William Shakespeare, Henry VIII

I’m sure many of my faithful readers (hi, grandma!) have been on the edge of their seats waiting for my next blog post. 623 more words

Films

The Little Prince

A little girl has a bright future ahead of her. How do I know? She and her mother (Rachel McAdams) have her whole life planned out. 343 more words

Jay

Netflix's The Little Prince is a whimsical journey about the absurdity of becoming an adult

Last time I wrote about a Netflix original film I knew precisely what I was getting myself into, and it was good, it was fine, but it was also a vastly different experience than when I sat down to watch… 584 more words

Review

The Secret life of Pets

Now I have never owned a pet but the one thing I have always wondered is what they do all day when their owners are out of the house. 386 more words

Film Reviews

Finding Dory

3.5 out of 5 stars

Audiences for a new Pixar film are spoilt as their films’ qualities have always been consistently high that we expect a lot every time. 237 more words

Film

“What if I forget you? Would you ever forget me?” - Finding Dory (Film Review)

Finding Nemo is a modern animated classic, now 13 years old, it has stood the test of time and held true as one of Pixar’s finest feature films garnering massive critical acclaim and commercial success. 546 more words

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