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

I'm sorry if this is shorter than usual...I'm very tired, life has been hectic lately. I hope you enjoy nonetheless. 1. Marge Gunderson, Fargo: Marge is a very unassuming woman. You take one look at her and assume she's not going to be the brightest cop around, what with her being not only folksy, but … Continue reading Analyzing Women’s Strength in Fiction: Emotional Strength in Movies

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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

3 Movies and 2 anime I wish were based off books or had novelizations

So, I was doing something thinking lately...and realized I really wished some movies or shows (particularly original anime series) has been based off available books (more on that later) or had proper novelizations. I will not be including anime based off a manga, but I will include anime based off light novels that have not … Continue reading 3 Movies and 2 anime I wish were based off books or had novelizations

Mini Movie Review: Inception

I saw this movie such a decent time ago that I'm not going to make a very long post about it. But I will still give out the basic information needed! Summary: A thief, who steals corporate secrets through the use of dream-sharing technology, is given the inverse task of planting an idea into the … Continue reading Mini Movie Review: Inception

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

1. Louise Banks, Arrival: Subcategory: emotional Unlike other certain science fiction films, when aliens come to Earth, war doesn't immediately erupt. Instead, both humans and aliens try to communicate. But there's a catch: they can't understand each other. Enter Louise, an expert linguist. I haven't seen this movie for a while, so this will be … Continue reading Analyzing Women’s Strength in Fiction: Mental Strength in Movies

Another Celebrating Platonic Affection

Last Valentine's Day, I did a post about some of my favorite fictional friendships. Because, y'know, it doubles as Happy Singles Day. I liked doing that, and so I decided to do another one post Valentines Day. Books: Hodges, Holly, and Jerome: Mr. Mercedes: You would never expect a retired, likely depressed detective, a neurotic … Continue reading Another Celebrating Platonic Affection

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

NEW FEATURE: The Cats Review: Inception

Hello, everyone, and welcome to the first post of...The Cats Review! For anyone who doesn't know what the heck I am talking about, this is a sort of pre review to my actual review where I ask my cats what they thought of a recent movie. And yes, the cover image for this post is … Continue reading NEW FEATURE: The Cats Review: Inception

My Fandom Recommendations: Studio Ghibli Movies

During this segment, I take a fandom and give out my recommendations on what you'll like if you liked the fandom! These will be primarily Webtoon recommendations, but I will also try my best to include a book or TV show recommendation too. Anyway, since this is a movie studio, I am not going to … Continue reading My Fandom Recommendations: Studio Ghibli Movies

Mini Reviews: Siege and Storm, The Darkest Corners, and The Last Jedi (Or, Kate really doesn’t know how to make short reviews)

So, you may be wondering why the heck I am making these reviews small, and on why I'm pairing them all together...For that, I thought, eh, why not? Three mini reviews sounds like a good post, right? There are two reasons though. 1. In the case of the books, it's been a while since I've … Continue reading Mini Reviews: Siege and Storm, The Darkest Corners, and The Last Jedi (Or, Kate really doesn’t know how to make short reviews)