Split: Quick Review

Plot Summary: Casey and her two friends are kidnapped by Kevin, a man suffering from Dissociative Identity Disorder, and must attempt to outwit their captor.   It is no secret among the film community that M. Night Shyamalan has been struggling to reignite interest in his directorial efforts.  Starting with the critical and commercial 2006 … More Split: Quick Review

Babel – Chieko’s Journey: A Disabled Individual’s Analysis of Film’s Most Truthful Portrayal of the Disabled

(Image Source) When you look at these images, what do you see?  Hope?  Motivation?  Inspiration? (Image Source) Let me tell you what I see.  I see a child playing a sport, a woman taking in a view with her arms outstretched and two shamelessly exploitative messages.  In the disabled community, we have a term for … More Babel – Chieko’s Journey: A Disabled Individual’s Analysis of Film’s Most Truthful Portrayal of the Disabled

Logan: Film Review

(Image Source) It’s hard to accept that Logan is Hugh Jackman’s final portrayal of Wolverine.  X-Men was released in theaters when I was four years old, and I’ve stuck with the franchise ever since.  In a series marked by incredible highs (X2) and crushing lows (X-Men Origins: Wolverine), some degree of concern was warranted when … More Logan: Film Review

Five Anime Films for People Who Look at Anime and Go “Why?”

This list serves as a continuation of my previous post’s topic.  Check that out here. For those who maybe aren’t quite ready to take on a television series, a film would probably be more suitable for an introduction into anime. Note: As far as dub or sub is concerned, I have included my preferences at … More Five Anime Films for People Who Look at Anime and Go “Why?”

Five Anime Television Series for People Who Look at Anime and Go “Why?”

Note: Here are the definitions of terms used in this post that you may be unfamiliar with if you have never watched anime. Fan Service: “Material in a work of fiction or in a fictional series which is intentionally added to please the audience.  Fan service usually refers to ‘gratuitous titillation’, but can also refer … More Five Anime Television Series for People Who Look at Anime and Go “Why?”