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Dead Men May Tell No Tales But This Film Tells a Great One!

In this the 5th installment of the Pirates franchise, we see a throwback to some of the earlier films in the series. There is a strong focus on developing the characters, painting vivid environments, and building of well knit storyline. Read More »

Unfridged: Female comic characters break out, break the rules and (hopefully) break the box office

*mild spoilers ahead for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2* In a movie that features a  killer arrow controlled by whistling, an impossibly cute dancing tree branch AND Chris Pratt’s abs, would you believe it if I told you the best scene is two sisters working out their relationship issues? There’s a LOT going on in James Gunn’s Guardians of ... Read More »

Acting, painting, drawing, ART!

We are an unusual breed, we artists. We thrive in the tumult of life. We use the experiences of our lives to elevate those around us, to help them seek beauty in their own lives. We struggle so that others may know joy, laughter, sorrow, depth…love. Read More »

TV Analysis: The Case of the Vanishing Character

Anyone who watches a show for more than one season comes to the inevitable tragedy; your favorite side character leaves a show. No, I’m not talking about when it falls in line with the plot of the narrative; i.e. Gus on Breaking Bad or anyone you love on Game of Thrones. I’m talking about when either contract negotiations go sour ... Read More »

Why Damon Lindelof’s The Leftovers Doesn’t Have to Stick the Landing

Almost seven years ago on May 23rd, 2010, the series Lost aired it’s two part finale, titled “The End Part 1” and “The End Part 2”. Like most episodes of the hugely successful show, plenty of people watched it (about 13.5 million) and plenty of people enjoyed it (the episode’s Metacritic score is a solid 74 out of 100). But if ... Read More »

Get Snatched by Schumer and Hawn

As Mother’s day weekend quickly approaches, many of us are scrambling to find the same tired card and flower combo. It always seems like this holiday sneaks up, out of nowhere, and often we see the day pass with an empty feeling that we let our leading lady down. Read More »

King Arthur Lives Up To The Legend

A mythical story known to all: a young lad named Arthur learns of his royal ancestry after he pulls the magical sword Excalibur from a stone. With his iconic style of organized chaos, renowned filmmaker Guy Ritchie breaths new life into this classic with King Arthur: Legend of the Sword. Theaters will be crowning the new king this coming Friday, ... Read More »

The Fate of the Furious: An Unexpected Thrill Ride.

So, to start this off, I really did NOT want this film to be good, however I must concede. This film was, in fact, rather good! Read More »

Go Go Power Rangers!

The Power Rangers were a very large part of my early years. I remember watching every episode on Fox network, owning all the toys, and practicing my Hip-Hopkido (shout out to the original Black Ranger). I was all about the Power Rangers. I won’t lie, I was one of the old school fans that crapped all over the new armor ... Read More »

Beauty and the Beast is Visually Stunning But Nothing New

Beauty and the Beast, a childhood Disney favorite of mine and many others worldwide is next up to release a live-action remake. These remakes, as of yet, have been rather mundane in their attempts to recapture the magic of the original animated classics. But Beauty and the Beast could be the one that breaks this chain of mediocrity and deliver ... Read More »

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