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(Non-bookish) Some thoughts on M. Night Shyamalan's newest movie, Split

I recently went to see the highly anticipated film Split, staring the always gorgeous James McAvoy, so here are my thoughts!

I will aim to keep the spoilers out of my thoughts! 868 more words

140-character review: Fifty Shades Darker (2017)

By Jesserene D. Miranda

Fifty Shades Darker. Exposed, romantic, and more vulnerable Grey. Present issues resolve but past problems resurface.

3/5, like its first film.

Stream Of Consciousness


Lion’s impact comes from the fact that it is a true story – every scene that scares you is because it’s frighteningly real.

Based on Saroo Brierly’s memoir the movie follows his remarkable life story. 330 more words

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LION: A movie about hope and never giving up

Since today’s Oscar day, I decided to write my Thoughts post about a movie that is nominated for six Oscars and that I’ve just watched on Friday. 428 more words


Mrs. Brown (1997), directed by John Madden

When I was in eighth grade, I invited Dolly, a girl I knew through my local JCC, to my junior high school. I wanted to show her the building in which I took great pride. 589 more words

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Review: Moonlight (Barry Jenkins film)

Moonlight is the most powerful film of this year’s Best Picture nominees. It is a coming-of-age story about a man who discovers his sexuality. It is a film about the struggle to discover one’s identity in the face of the bullying and rampant discrimination by the normal people. 579 more words


After murdering Han Solo, many people think that Kylo Ren cannot be redeemed. However, there are some things to consider before reaching a final verdict. There were other dark side practitioners in the Star Wars Universe who found redemption despite all the evil they had done. 132 more words