Thursday 10: Favorite Movies That Are Totally About Sports

Alright, I’m not a big sports person, I’ll admit it. I’m not especially coordinated (like, I have fallen over before by just sort of… standing still), and I have a very short attention span unless I’m actively engaged, so unless I’m at an actual LIVE sporting event (I’m not picky on the actual sport, just … Continue reading

Learning to Paint

I recently realized that I’m going on almost 9 months since I decided that I wanted to try watercolor painting, and I haven’t really posted much about it on my blog! Nothing specific prompted me to pick up a new hobby – I’ve always liked the idea of painting, but I’m not especially talented in … Continue reading

Film Review: Much Ado About Nothing (2013)

I’m going to preface this by saying that I have no idea why Joss Whedon hasn’t always done Shakespeare. For those unfamiliar with the basic plot, Much Ado About Nothing is a comedy about two separate relationships and the people involved with both. Claudio (Clark Gregg) and Hero (Jillian Morgese) are at the heart of … Continue reading

Film Review: Oz: The Great and Powerful (2013)

Although the end is somewhat predictable, as is to be expected in order to achieve some sort of continuity with the childhood favorite, Oscar’s journey to that end point and through the land filled with exotic new creatures and familiar sprawling landscapes is enough to mesmerize not only any children in the audience, but the adults as well.

Film Review: Silent House (2012)

The younger (and infinitely more talented) sister of Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen stars in directors Chris Kentis and Laura Lau’s English adaptation of Gustavo Hernandez’ Uruguayan film of the same name, whose screenplay is reportedly based on a true story from the 1940s. Elizabeth Olsen stars in the psychological thriller as Sarah, a pretty but … Continue reading