Showing posts with label review. Show all posts
Showing posts with label review. Show all posts

Thursday, June 29, 2017

s u r p r i s e !

i have a youtube channel!!!
(it's still a major work in progress)
(it will be an occasional extension for my blog)
my blog website is still the main place to go for my work (and always will be), but i have a video up on my channel about one of my favorite modern artists Idelle Weber. Haven't heard of her?
Then yeah, you should check the video out.

In the future, you can expect to see more spoken word, poetry, and other artsy/fashion related stuff on the channel.

Please like, subscribe, and comment as you see fit!
Thanks for the support!

The video is below!


Monday, February 9, 2015

At The End Of The Day -A Review on Les Miserables, (That Broadway Musical)

Recently, I went to see this play on Broadway called Les Miserables. It was good, in a misery-turned-into-beauty kind of way. I'm trying to hide my excitement because some of you, as I recently discovered, have not heard of this seemingly odd named musical, book, and/or movie before. (I'm trying to hold back my initial reactions to this discovery of these people who may or may not include you). Nevertheless, in this post, I welcome all. Let me reveal to you the origins of this production. Actually, let me review.

When I think of Les Miserables, I think of the young Cosette (a little girl in the play), with her hair blowing across her somber eyes and gazing at the audience. Like everything else, it's a metaphor.

Saturday, November 29, 2014

Awakening The Legend- a review on the new Star Wars trailer

No, I have not forgotten readers. You might be a bit upset with me because my last post said that my next post will be today, and well, it's 11:34 pm, but hey, it's Friday. That makes me either really crazy or really devoted. Let's say a little bit of both for now. Anyway- Awakening the Legend. The legend of the force. (Pause for suspenseful effect while I sniffle from so many good feels on this so very epic movie)

Friday, November 21, 2014

Ideas that Travel Dimensions- a film review on Interstellar

"We all have our time machines, don't we. Those that take us back are memories... And those that carry us forward, are dreams."   - H.G. Wells, The Time Machine

There are a shortage of movies in the world that make people think. I saw Interstellar with my Dad over the weekend and I was expecting a wannabe-Oscar-nominee kind of movie. That guy in the corny car commercial was in it (Matthew Mcconaughey) and his country accent was a tad overdone in the beginning, but other than that, I liked it. A lot. It made me feel a little guilty for hating math, and it changed my perspective.

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

A mouse and man in "of mice and men" A Book Review.

I wrote this review April 25th. Being the nerd I am, I wrote it for my own amusement. But hey, I have a blog now. So enjoy:)

A mouse and man in "of mice and men"
A review.

Recently, I finished reading steinbecks mega classic- of mice and men. Yes, yes you all know how i am not a fan of the grapes of wrath, but something struck me in "of mice and men" that only a few novels have the power to accomplish.