skittery cracks on the rickety track
steer the mighty train’s tip
into the eye of the black
with the driver no longer fit to react, 20 more words
I don’t know much about Amy, other than she’s a comedian, and I saw her movie Trainwreck. But my friend let me borrow this book, and I enjoy things that are funny, so I gave it a whirl. 446 more words
Much of my favourite feminist nonfiction makes its way into the top of my list not because of its “stunning originality,” or a “wealth of new evidence,” or lots of other praising labels we often give to nonfiction. 525 more words
Amy Schumer’s debut as a movie star is a somewhat disappointing and overlong affair, hobbled by Schumer’s problematic lead character, whose rudeness and instability makes her impossible to root for, making for a strained romantic comedy despite a charming performance by love interest Bill Hader and enjoyable cameos by LeBron James and Tilda Swinton.