• Review: The Whale

    Review: The Whale

    I was intrigued when I first heard of the film “The Whale,” starring Brendan Fraiser. I was excited about a film that would make me feel powerful emotions. Unfortunately, I started to feel sadness for a couple weeks, and one of my coping mechanisms is avoiding media that might be triggering. Therefore, I decided to… Read more

  • Review: The Glass Castle

    The Glass Castle Book Review: Jeanette Walls writes the Glass Castle. It is a memoir about Ms. Walls’s life, her parents, and three siblings. Jeannette was the second oldest. It went like this Lori, Jeanette, Brian, and Maureen. The family was nomads or homeless depending on how you want to depict their situation. The parents… Read more

  • Review: Babylon

    Review: Babylon

    I was so excited about Damien Chazelle’s next movie Babylon. As I mentioned, Damien Chazelle captured my heart, like many other hearts, by creating La La Land in 2016. I was excited to watch a movie that was going to make me ignite a fire in me and inspire some beautiful emotions. I had no… Read more

  • Review: The Fablemans

    Review: The Fablemans

    The Fablemans by Steven Spielberg is up for review this week! Happy Friday, folks! It is exciting to write about his film, but I don’t know where these feelings stem from. I been itching to watch The Fablemans for a while, but the theater I usually go to wasn’t showing the film. I ended up… Read more

  • Review: Frank & Sons Collectibles

    Review: Frank & Sons Collectibles

    My first visit to Frank and Sons Collectibles was back in my early 20s. One of my best friends kept annoying me until I agreed to go. I had no interest, but he kept saying how amazing it was. Frank and Sons Collectibles is located in the City of Industry, about an hour from Los… Read more

  • Review: Violent Night

    Violent Night directed by Tommy Wirkola stars David Harbour. David Harbour is one of those actors I love to support. I don’t know him personally, but I have watched his interviews, and he seems like a good person. I like to support good people always. Sometimes I don’t think my support means anything, and it… Read more