Imagine yourself in a confined space. There are two ways in, yet it feels like there’s no way out. You’re surrounded by life-long friends who adore you, until they don’t and then all bets are off. As French philosopher Jean-Paul … Continue reading Review: The Party
Everyone knows that one super-competitive person. The one who will bury your nose in their victory or flip over the table in defeat. Yet we love them because they’re family and it’s usually only during game night that their inner … Continue reading Review: Game Night
Audiences will quickly compare Saturday Church to Moonlight, the 2017 Best Picture Oscar winner which also tells a personal, character-driven story about a boy’s search for self at the intersection of sexual identity and race. While both excel at telling … Continue reading REVIEW: Saturday Church
In 1995 audiences were taken on a fantastical adventure when two young children began to play the board game Jumanji, a magical game which, once started, cannot be stopped until the end is reached. The film, titled after the game, … Continue reading REVIEW: ‘Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle”
I read Gone Girl last year after finally succumbing to the hype. It was easy to read, but better than a dumb beach read. There were twists and turns that I didn’t see coming and it quickly became one of … Continue reading Gone Girl – Movie and Book Review Or Yep, I’m Still Pissed Off At that Ending.