I was looking through this article (here) about 100 books being (maybe) turned into movies. I found myself rolling my eyes at another remake of 1984. As much as I’m looking forward to (I hope!) a good movie version of A Wrinkle of Time, there are some titles I think are grossly missing from this list. #1:… Continue reading Musings: Books I want to see on screen
I am not going to promise not to write spoilers. I’m going to try, but there may be things in this review that are not in the trailer and “spoil” the movie for you. Fair enough warning? I loved this movie. It wasn’t “perfect” but it was close. I will gladly go see it again… Continue reading Review: Wonder Woman
I love and hate writing “side-kicks.” These are the secondary characters who are useful and/or required for success in a novel. I love them because they give me a place to explore depths my protagonist doesn’t have or a sounding board for my protagonist to discuss aspects of the novel. I hate them because I struggle… Continue reading Character Profile: The successful sidekick
I saw Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them over the Christmas holiday and I had some very interesting thoughts. Again, I don’t want to hash out “yet another review” of whether it was good or not. I’ll leave that to the professionals. I will also assume anyone reading this has already seen the movie, because although… Continue reading Review: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (movie)
Spoiler-ish review. Read only if/when you have watched!
Today is the 50th anniversary of Star Trek’s premier on TV. I think it is a perfect day for some self-reflection and future-focused thought. Who do I want to be in 50 years? Or 500 (I mean, obviously, who do I want to be remembered as in 500 years since there is no current method confirmed… Continue reading Life Memory: Star Trek 50th
This movie would not have changed my life except for the controversy around it. It was an enjoyable summer flick – but because of all the rage (I mean really, it’s just another remake)… I have given it a different kind of attention. I was watching looking for feminism rants and sexist bullshit. It wasn’t there. It… Continue reading Review: Ghostbuster