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Westworld: Revisiting the Slave Narrative

*Okay people, I’m about to get offensive to some of y’all with this post but I’m standing by my observations. (This is of a piece with my other Westworld meta about Dolores and Maeve.) Yeah, robot rebellion movies are also about a lot of other things, but you know what they say, once is an happenstance, twice is coincidence, but three times is enemy action. 2,850 more words

Critiques

The African Queen

Before watching the movie:

This is yet another black box movie to me. Until I decided to watch it, I’d never heard what the plot was. 597 more words

Drama

10 Years: “Casino Royale”

Time sure flies when you’re having fun. In this case, it’s watching a franchise grow older and older, and a new group of film’s come closer to the desired endgame. 2,179 more words

Entertainment

On this day: the premiere of Little Women

The 1933 adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s classic book Little Women premiered at Radio City Music Hall in New York on the 16th of November. Starring… 67 more words

Books

TOP TEN MOVIES I LIKE TO WATCH WHEN I NEED A BREAK FROM THE WORLD

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly event created and hosted by The Broke and The Bookish, and MAN, this week’s topic was so well-timed. It’s a movie freebie, and considering everything that’s been going on in the world of late, I’ve decided to give you guys a list of movies I like to watch when the world is being #3hectic5me. 1,189 more words

Top Ten Tuesday

The Writer's Circle Ranks the Top Ten Book-to-Film Adaptations

Although so many films across several genres of story are inspired by books, there are so many feelings regarding book adaptations in the film industry. There’s always the “the book was better” group. 24 more words

Screenwriting

Westworld Season One: The Adversary

Earlier this week, I wrote about how Maeve Millay was coming into her power and why it is such an  important moment. Well…

This was Maeve’s episode. 1,713 more words

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