Sorry I’ve missed a week or two (and yes, I had two week 8’s for some reason). I’ve been really busy pulling my small business together: http://www.2ndlifedolls.com and trying to bring together a video for an indigogo project. We, new hubby and I, went to see Tolkien last night and it was a beautiful movie. […]Read More I don’t know what to tell you: Grief Week 9
If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. That’s actually really good advice that has worked for Disney (the laziest studio in the West) in the past. Beauty and the Beast wasn’t tampered with much when they brought it to live action film. Jungle Book did fairly well. Even Alice In Wonderland (with Tim Burton directing) […]Read More DUMBo: A Tim Burton Nightmare-Film Review
If you remember, a few days ago I wrote an article about Black Panther Oscar Nomination, and how Marvel capitalized on the hashtag #oscarssowhite to set themselves up to be a player in the best picture category. They are participating in a game that Hollywood plays all the time. But since they are now partnered […]Read More Marvel and Disney’s A Oscar Game
I have a confession to make. The reason I went to go see Glass was not because I loved Unbreakable, even though I did. I didn’t see it because I love M. Night Shyamalan. His record has been a bit spotty as of late. I didn’t see it because I’ve loved Bruce Willis in everything since […]Read More Glass – – Why do critics hate comic books and scifi?
There is a problem in the film critic community and I think it may be indicative of the problems in Hollywood/the Entertainment industry as a whole.Read More Critic Review: The Upside and the big humongous elephant sized downside
Christina Aguilera, Justin Timberlake, Britney Spears, Miley Cyrus, Ryan Gosling and Lindsay Lohan all have one thing in common besides doing crazy things in public that should embarrass them– they all worked for Disney as child stars. Why this should matter after they have been released to their adulthood and bigger and better things than […]Read More What Walt Disney Teaches Us About American Values
The recent Disney/Pixar release “Brave” –a story about a Scottish princess and her quest to “change her fate”– is full of many nuggets of wisdom worth consuming. Here are just a few: “Legends are lessons, they ring with truth.” “Are you willing to pay the price that your freedom will cost?” Don’t use others lives […]Read More What the Movie “Brave” Teaches Us About American Values
Many many MANY people mock the Disney Princesses as being unrealistic, promotion misogyny, giving girls the notion that beauty is more important than anything else to a man… but wait a minute. Replace Disney Princess with Hollywood and you have the same exact problem. In Cracked.com’s article on 6 insane Stereotypes in movies, #5 is: […]Read More In Defense of The Disney Princesses