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"Love, Simon" is the genuine, charming "Breakfast Club" of its Time

There’s something so satisfying about seeing a film that you just know will resonate with audiences for decades to come, while still allowing audiences who grew up with it to reminisce on the era from which it comes. 610 more words

Pop Culture

Love, Simon

Love, Simon joins the pantheon of great coming of age films I unabashedly adore.

“You get to exhale now, Simon.”

Still grinning. Are coming of age movies supposed to be *this good*?

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Of All the... (Nerve, 2016)

Vee is a young woman who lives life safely.  Her friend Sydney pushes her to take a risk.  And so she joins an online game called Nerve.  292 more words


Film Review: Nerve (2016)


RATED: 4/5

There are very few movies that leave me sitting there as the credits roll, as if stunned, trying to sink myself back into the real world after being so lost in a thrilling story.

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Film And Television

REVIEW: Rudderless (2014)

When his son Josh (Miles Heizer) dies, Sam (Billy Crudup) stumbles across a box of his demo tapes and lyrics and starts to perform them. Soon he finds himself in a band, trying to use his son’s music to find some piece. 242 more words


I have mixed feelings about the 13 Reasons Why season two renewal

I LOVED 13 Reasons Why, I even wrote a gushing piece about it just last week, and it has now been confirmed that a season two is on the way. 369 more words


13 Reasons Why is fantastic and doesn't deserve all this criticism

13 Reasons Why was released all in one go on Netflix at the end of March and has heavily criticised for “glamorising suicide” and for its unflinching portrayals of sexual assault, and the haters, mostly parents, schools and academics, are still talking about it weeks later. 848 more words