I’m actually way more of a big soppy romantic than I’d like to admit. Which is why, when I started watching Kaguya-Sama: Love is War as a goofy comedy featuring two of the most extra people you’ll ever see, I never thought it would grip me to the point where the ending almost had be blubbering like a baby. 1,282 more words
Lali Sokolov’s story was a heartfelt and engaging journey, though certain factual inconsistencies mean that Heather Morris’ The Tattooist of Auschwitz becomes somewhat flawed in its presentation. 468 more words
On Thursday 21th, 2019, we, the “twitter-generation,” the inhertinens of this planet, tok a stand and let our voices be heard. We, together, striked because of the little actions that have been done about climate challenges by the politicians. 133 more words
Leonard proves that cowboys can still be cool.
Elmore Leonard was, and still is in my opinion, unrivalled for two things: his expert mastery of dialogue, and his creation of incredibly real and flawed characters. 417 more words
There was always this niggling feeling at the back of my brain. As the release schedule for super hero movies continued to ramp up with no end in sight, the little pessimist in my head would occasionally remind me that there would be a time where I started to tire of seeing super heroes on the big screen. 1,098 more words