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Movie Review: Moonstruck

One of the most romantic and successful films of the 1980’s, Moonstruck is a movie I had heard for a very long time before taking the time to DVR it. 441 more words


Questioning humanity in Blade Runner

I think the first time I really contemplated mortality with an adult mind was after watching the “Tears in Rain” monologue of replicant Roy Batty. At the time, I suddenly found the idea of  being human, with a finite existence, all at once liberating, exhilarating and immeasurably sad and terrifying.   896 more words

Off The Wall

Down the TBR Hole #2

I originally saw Down the TBR Hole on JamiShelves and my interest was immediately peaked. Starting over at Lost in a Story, the rules state: 805 more words


Blast of Benin #4

There’s this channel on Beninese TV called Boom TV. It plays the latest jams in Benin and random American songs like randommmmmm. Any who one morning while eating a late breakfast at my host family’s house I catch their classic segment… here is the Playlist in order: 55 more words


The Caves of Steel (Robot Series)

The Caves of Steel (Robot Series) by Isaac Asimov

Synopsis: A millennium into the future two advancements have altered the course of human history:  the colonization of the galaxy and the creation of the positronic brain.   262 more words