Avengers: Endgame

Hello, lovelies. THERE ARE MAJOR SPOILERS IN THIS POST. DO NOT READ UNLESS YOU HAVE SEEN IT OR JUST WANT TO BE SPOILED. DO NOT SPOILER THE MOVIE FOR THOSE WHO HAVEN'T SEEN IT. So, I really want to talk about Endgame, because that experience was...such a unique one, for me. I wish I could write about… Continue reading Avengers: Endgame


Goliyon Ki Rasleela Ram-Leela

Good evening, lovelies. So, I got a new film review for you! But, of course, I have to start off with a story, because...well, hello, it me. I had no idea this film existed until a few weeks ago. I was wasting time on Twitter, as one does, before I stumbled across this post, with that teaser:… Continue reading Goliyon Ki Rasleela Ram-Leela


How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World

Hello, lovelies! I know I don't normally write film reviews, but I've just been watching some really lovely films lately and just need to rave and rant about them. So you might be seeing more film reviews here on this space in the next few weeks--I hope that's okay! Today, though, I gotta talk to… Continue reading How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World


Captain Marvel

This is supposed to be a review over Captain Marvel (because, you know, I do dabble in writing film reviews that don't talk about any cinematography or get super critical in the review, but instead, like with my book reviews, just talk about the experience of watching the film and how it made me feel). It's… Continue reading Captain Marvel

Books, Films

Mortal Engines

Title: Mortal Engines Author: Philip Reeve Publisher: September 2004, Harper Collins US Blurb: "It was a dark, blustery afternoon in spring, and the city of London was chasing a small mining town across the dried-out bed of the old North Sea." The great traction city London has been skulking in the hills to avoid the bigger,… Continue reading Mortal Engines


My Odd Love For Natural Disaster Films

So, I have a really uncanny love for natural disaster films. I'm not really sure where this love came from, especially as, every tornado season, living in Tornado Alley, I find myself praying hard that a tornado won't hit us and wipe us completely off the map, devastating our town and destroying out our lives… Continue reading My Odd Love For Natural Disaster Films


Let’s Calm Down With The Film Trailers

**Spoiler warning: discussion of potential plot spoilers surrounding Jurassic World, The Huntsman: Winter's War and Guardians of the Galaxy 2 follow below. Watch trailers Read at your own peril.** I have a film minor, but in no way, shape or form am I a justified critic. Or even that harsh of a critic in general. I'm the type of person who will… Continue reading Let’s Calm Down With The Film Trailers


Independence Day: Resurgence Review

I was pretty excited about this film, when it was first announced; so excited, I went and rewatched the first film, Independence Day, and was reminded why that film is actually one of my favorite films of all time. The casting was awesome, I enjoyed the plot, I was moved enough to get chills and cry,… Continue reading Independence Day: Resurgence Review


Steal My Heart While Protecting My Brains

Though I've never actual read Pride and Prejudice--I know, *le gasp*--it is one of my favorite cinematic romantic stories. I always applaud the rendition starting Colin Firth, but I am particularly partial to Keira Knightley's and Matthew MacFadyen's take. When Pride and Prejudice and Zombies was announced, I was quite excited for it. I had already fallen in… Continue reading Steal My Heart While Protecting My Brains


Why Everyone Should Go Watch Zootopia, Right Now

I'm a sucker for animated films and I don't think I can accurately express my love for Zootopia in particular (but, here's the attempt). It's hard for me to narrow down a list of my all-time "top" favorites, but I know Zootopia is definitely one of them. I went to see it in the theatres with my brother and… Continue reading Why Everyone Should Go Watch Zootopia, Right Now