Frederick Wiseman’s second feature length documentary is a frightening indictment of public education institutions, which would seem unfair and cynical except that I can remember specifically living through variants of more than half the scenes Wiseman captures here. 197 more words
By Sabrina C. Zertuche
That’s right, readers!
I will be back with a new review this coming Tuesday.
We have been quite busy at ACE since the semester started, but I am going to spend the weekend preparing a list of things to review this semester. 59 more words
Following the mysterious disappearance of several curtains, five friends drape themselves in fabric, get asymmetrical haircuts, see their future written on a bathroom wall and embark on a musical odyssey of fashion faux pas and hit songs spanning nearly two decades. 38 more words
by Sabrina Z.
One of my favorite things to learn about when I was a child was Dinosaurs. My mother bought me different books about dinosaurs, including some that were probably written more for adult learners than eight or nine-year old children. 715 more words
When several angry passengers in third class get tired of the food, Captain America tries to upgrade them to first class, but Ed Harris sends Tilda Swinton, an army of axe-wielding henchmen and one unlucky fish to stop them while a post-apocalyptic ice age rages outside. 22 more words