Movie Review: Thor Ragnarok

This is sort of a rewatch review , but oh well. I first saw this in February, but rewatched it when I found it on Netflix. Apologies if the review is short, I'm a bit tired as of now. (This is a popular movie, I probably don't need a summary, right?) Story: 3.75/5: This basically … Continue reading Movie Review: Thor Ragnarok

Movie Review: Spiderman Homecoming

To be honest, I wasn't sure what I was expecting when I got this movie, especially after two previous Spiderman series. But...what I got was something I enjoyed a lot. Also, I have a new area of grading: effects. This doesn't just mean the visuals and special effects, it also includes sound quality and the … Continue reading Movie Review: Spiderman Homecoming

Marvel’s The Avengers Book Tag

Thanks to Sam @ River Moose Books for tagging me for this! Did you know I am also a big Marvel fan? Well...I am. Iron Man – a book that made you laugh out loud: Okay. There are a lot of books that make me chuckle here and there, mainly due to surprise sass. But … Continue reading Marvel’s The Avengers Book Tag

Movie review: Guardians of the Galaxy

The first one. Not the sequel. I will probably not see the sequel for a while, as I don't like watching superhero movies in theaters. Anyway, when I saw the trailers, I just thought GOTG looked...stupid, unfunny, and dumb. But I was wrong. Very, very wrong. First impressions aren't always correct. And starting now, most … Continue reading Movie review: Guardians of the Galaxy

Analyzing Women’s Strength in Fiction: Emotional Strength in Movies

1. Sophie Hatter, Howl's Moving Castle Subcategory: mental Sophie is from one of Ghibli's most famous movies, and rightly so. This film was gorgeous with its animation, writing, and characters. Anyway, Sophie dealt with low self-esteem from the start. She always compared herself to her younger sister, Lettie, who was obviously pretty and very popular. And … Continue reading Analyzing Women’s Strength in Fiction: Emotional Strength in Movies

Analyzing Women’s Strength in Fiction: Physical Strength in Movies

Honorable mention: Astrid, How To Train Your Dragon series 1. Black Widow, Marvel studios   Subcategory: mental Do I need to explain her? Black Widow is smart and strong, able to kick anyone's butt. She is a former Russian operative, but then worked for SHIELD and now, The Avengers. Black Widow is very popular for her … Continue reading Analyzing Women’s Strength in Fiction: Physical Strength in Movies

Matching Webtoons and Fandoms…

Hi! I have finally made my first Webtoon article, rather than a list. This is  an idea that Icebreaker694 gave me. Please check out their blog; if you like books and fandoms, you'll love it! This article matches Webtoons to fandoms.  Basically, if you find any of your fandoms on this list, there's a Webtoon suggestion … Continue reading Matching Webtoons and Fandoms…