With 5 movies released in the last 15 years, the Spider-Man franchise has had entries ranging from wonderful to unwatchable. This left the newest installment, Spider-Man: Homecoming with a lot of baggage, both good and bad, to overcome.
Despicable Me 3 limits the Minions to a minor side skit and instead crams as many small stories as possible into the film and hopes for the best.
In the film Okja, that hope is made manifest in the relationship between Mija (Seo-Hyun Ahn), our 14-year-old heroine, and her Superpig companion, the titular Okja.
I love Gothic horror and while Daphne Du Maurier’s My Cousin Rachel is exactly that, it’s not something that will win new fans to the genre. Find out why by reading my full review at Substream Magazine! My Cousin Rachel is a film that aims to recreate the grim themes and mysterious atmosphere of a traditional…… Continue reading My Cousin Rachel
I spend a good chunk of my day reading sci fi/fantasy lit blogs. SF Signal and Fantasy Faction being the primary ones, but I enjoy some John Scalzi and the Book Smugglers on occasion. I get around you know. I’m always on the lookout for new ones and today this came across my feed. The post…… Continue reading A response
For some strange reason I love the Oscars. Well, not love but I highly enjoy them. When I was a kid my mom and I would watch the Oscars almost ever year, even when I was too young to watch pretty much all of the movies they mentioned. After I moved out there were several…… Continue reading The Oscars – Best Picture Nominees 2012
There has been much talk lately of what it’s like being a geek and female lately. I agree with both posts cited that it certainly isn’t the easiest thing to be, but I know for me it’s been easier then some I know, most actually. Whether or not that is due to luck or just…… Continue reading On being a woman and geeky