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Movie Review: The Shallows

I love Sharknado. Okay? Let’s just get that out of the way.

The Shallows wasn’t meant to be a B movie therefore we should all judge it fairly. 484 more words


Café Society

Written and directed by the brilliant Woody Allen, Café Society takes us back to 1930’s america when a young man from New York (Jesse Eisenberg) decides to move to Los Angeles seeking a more exciting way of living. 234 more words



Directed by Oliver Stone, the movie tells the well known story of Edward Snowden, the man behind the leaks from the NSA in 2013, trying as best as possible to show the reason behind his treason to the United States. 265 more words


This Fall's Dance Season Is Jam-Packed

Here comes another fall season, and this year it’s fuller than ever—exhausting to think about but also exhilarating after the usual summer doldrums. As always, there are the four mainstays: American Ballet Theatre, New York City Ballet, Fall for Dance and Alvin Ailey. 1,224 more words

Robert Gottlieb

From my close observation of writers they fall into two groups: 1) those who bleed copiously and visibly at any bad review, and 2) those who bleed copiously and secretly at any bad review.


'Just Shut Up' -Yemi Alade to Her Critics for Being Gender Biased

Yemi Alade, lashed at those criticizing her song lyrics swiftly reminding them she is “smiling to the bank”. She was also of the opinion that music critics don’t mete out same judgement on male artistes. 91 more words



NOTE: This is an unrevised entry from my old blog from August 5th, 2016

I don’t usually write gratis (out of principle this is one of my jobs) and I don’t usually write fast enough for commission, but I made an exception this week. 452 more words