Tag Archives: Sigourney Weaver

My Salinger Year (2021)

THE DEVIL READS SALINGER   The literary world is filled with plenty of famous authors that have gone on to cultivate a mass following with their works; becoming classic within their own right and touching the lives of many individuals and many generations around the world. Of course, the inane quirks and obscure facts are many of them adds an

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A Monster Calls Review

HOW DOES THE STORY BEGIN (AND END)?   Does art reflect life or does life reflect art? Such is the case in bring the tale of A Monster Calls to life. While Patrick Ness is considered to be author of the book, the original creator mind this inspirational tale was Irish author Siobhan Dowd. She was already an establish author,

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Chappie Review

BLOMKAMP’S CHAPPIE FINDS HEART, BUT NO ANSWERS Film director Neil Blomkamp has taken an interest with the science fiction genre with an appetite for delving into fundamental social / humanism issues. This marriage between the two has cultivated two unique and very distinct feature films that began with District 9 in 2009 (which was nominated for an academy award for

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Exodus: Gods & Kings Review

RIDLEY SCOTT’S BIBLICAL EPIC GETS LOST IN ITS OWN DESERT Over the years, film director Ridley Scott has cultivated several feature films that would be categorized as “Epics”. These film, expansively vast in both scope and grandeur, have taken viewers to memorable places throughout history from Ancient Rome (Gladiator), to the Crusades (Kingdom of Heaven), and to medieval England (Robin Hood). Now,

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