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Stratford-upon-Avon – Mariah Bradfield

The impression that I formed over the course of our visit to Stratford was that Shakespeare was a very extraordinary writer who grew up in a very ordinary place.   554 more words

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Colossal

Generally speaking, giant monster movies aren’t all that scary. They tend to be about the spectacle of skyscraper-sized kaiju stomping their way through some Asian or American city, causing enormous collateral damage as they either destroy the military or duke it out with some other monster. 951 more words

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Colossal Mistake: Failing to Fully Explore Abuse

I really love giant monster movies. I especially love the ones that are more than just giant monster movies. Yeah, Ishiro Honda’s Godzilla features a giant radioactive dinosaur but that film also nails a commentary on post-war Japan and the horrors of nuclear war. 1,264 more words

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Colossal

I was pretty pumped to find this movie on Hulu the other day because I wanted to see it, but due to it’s limited indie status it was only showing at weird times at far away theaters. 211 more words

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From Shakespeare's Stratford to mine...

“Britain is a world by itself…”
Cymbeline. Act 3, Scene 1.

I don’t like travelling but I do love literature.

So, when my parents and some extended family booked a staycation to Stratford-Upon-Avon for us all, I was rather torn.

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TOP MOST BEAUTIFUL WOMEN'S IN THE WORLD

Since time immemorial, the definition of beauty has kept evolving. We have compiled a list of the top 5 most beautiful women in the world who have created magic either through their work or their auras. 233 more words

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Anne Hathaway shines in "Colossal"

I hadn’t heard of “Colossal” before yesterday, but it appeared on my Hulu home screen and I was intrigued by the imagery. Anne Hathaway, a rather rough-looking Anne Hathaway I might add, stands in the foreground of a cityscape, scratching the top of her head with a glassy-eyed look on her face. 1,041 more words

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