Short Term 12 and Realism

Recently, I watched the film Short Term 12 which absolutely blew my mind away. Within 90 minutes I became a Brie Larson fan, Joel P Wests score enchanted me and I had a new addition to my 100 favorite films list (coming soon). To put it simply, Short Term 12 is about the complex relationshipContinue reading “Short Term 12 and Realism”

Y I Loved Me and Earl and The Dying Girl

So Far, 2015 has been quite a decent year for movies. From interesting espionage, thrillers such as Kingsman to horror/thrillers such as It Follows and amazing visual movies such as Mad Max: Fury Road and The Martian. An under discussed, but not underrated, film of this year was in fact Me and Earl and theContinue reading “Y I Loved Me and Earl and The Dying Girl”

Those Time Travel Paradoxes (Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban)

Back to ruminating over time travel plots. This time over a movie that is in one of my favorite franchises, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. I am assuming that readers of this post (Potterheads) are familiar with the story, especially when the time turner is used. Some of the main events of theContinue reading “Those Time Travel Paradoxes (Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban)”

Fact or Fiction? The Realities of Mr.Robot

2015, thus far, has been year consisting of a variety of films across all genres. From a new standard of science fiction seen in Ex Machina, to the non-stop action in Mad Max Fury Road and new approaches in action movies found in Matthew Vaughn’s Kingsman: The Secret Service. Television, thus far, has also seenContinue reading “Fact or Fiction? The Realities of Mr.Robot”

Those Time Travel Paradoxes (Back to the Future)

The following posts will be on a topic that I have a love hate relationship with, Time Travel. I enjoy watching most Time Travel movies, with the exception that they do it right (which is basically never) , and love analyzing the alternate timelines that the protagonist and their companions create when breaking the space-timeContinue reading “Those Time Travel Paradoxes (Back to the Future)”