When Frozen first came out, I was all over it. Here is my initial gushing about the movie.
This is one my Tumblr posts that I like best because I double down on defending a movie and a character I don't like. That being said, I love the songs in this movie.
In my last post, I briefly talked about the Disney's live action remakes, and I thought I'd talk about them some more, a little bit more specifically. These won't be full-fledged reviews. Alice in Wonderland (and Alice Through the Looking Glass) These aren't remakes of course. I think they are meant to be continuations of … Continue reading Disney’s Live-Action Fairy Tales
I thought the movie was good...and I don't have a whole lot more to say about it. But I do have thoughts on other issues surrounding the movie! First, I'll give my quick review. Not taking into account the 1991 original, I thought this was a really good adaptation of the Beauty and the Beast … Continue reading Beauty and the Beast Review (ish)
This is one my more interesting Tumblr posts, only because it actually got a negative response. Two people reblogged it, calling it "bullshit". I should have asked them why they thought so. Reading it over again, I think I did a good job carefully explaining why I have a problem with Ginny and how most … Continue reading My Problem with Ginny
So, you may have heard about casting of award winning actor Noma Dumezweni as Hermione Granger in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. And the controversy surrounding that is the reaction of many fans to the fact that the actor is black. Whereas, Hermione is definitely, white right? Not necessarily. J.K. Rowling didn't seem to think … Continue reading Hermione Granger, Emma Watson, and Noma Dumezweni
There was quite some scene there with Yara Greyjoy during S6E7. Of course the most important part of the speech was her conversation with Theon, her tough love and no-nonsense attitude that makes her awesome, but viewers did take note of the interaction right before that. Note on spoilers: There are no major spoilers here, … Continue reading Let’s Talk about Yara