Do you remember family vacations? The ones with the long car ride in a packed minivan, with snacks and drinks in the cooler, and only a few bathroom breaks? I sure do, chaos, laughter, and always a few fights, this resembled the Croods’ everyday life, the starring family of a movie I recently watched.
Everyone knows that Legally Blonde-- a believe yourself rom-com that had people obsessing over the main character, Elle Woods--turns twenty years old this year. But what has changed in the past twenty years? Is the storyline still viewed the same way? Or do people know better to be concerned about some aspects of the movie?
If you’re ever looking for a rather mindless British mystery adventure crime drama to binge-watch, then The Irregulars is a pretty good choice.
Imagine the most beautiful nightmare you’ve ever had. That’s the best way to describe Ridley Scott’s 1982 Blade Runner.
As it is advertised as a feminist coming of age film, most of Moxie’s audience are coming from exceptional movies like Booksmart, Lady Bird, and, Eighth Grade, which all are undoubtedly realistic in their portrayals of young women’s journey to self discovery.
So how good is the movie, exactly, when the accolades are more relevant than the actual plot? And, if I daresay, how exactly did it win so many awards?
In Psych, Shawn Spencer, played by James Roday, uses his observational skills and a photographic-like memory to convince his local police station that he’s a Psychic.
I decided to rewatch the movie for old time's sake and figure out what went wrong in the movie compared to the book, and more importantly what future watchers might hope to see differently in the upcoming show.
The Henna Wars by Adiba Jaigirdar is an excellent book for those looking for something easy to read, yet also thought provoking.
Nanno’s back. Girl from Nowhere’s second season premiered on May 7th, following the success of Season 1 in 2018. It’s a Thai Netflix show featuring Nanno, a mysterious girl who transfers from school to school in order to weed out the corruption of the system or of the students. She spreads karma, proving that the academic environment is not as pure as it may seem, also often in destructive or violent ways. Each of the individual cases is unrelated, but even more intriguing is the fact that every one of them is based on real stories from Thailand.