Tag Archives: Zoe Kravitz

Kin (2018) Review

A MESSY HODEPODGE OF IDEAS   A famous quote reads “nothing is stronger than a sister’s bond”. While no one can really deny that in intangible feeling, the same can be said (and argued) over the bond between brothers. Yes, a relationship with a sibling a brother (be it fraternal, step brother, or adopted) can be one that produces a

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Divergent Review

A GOOD, BUT FAMILIAR START   Vampires, werewolves, and demon hunters, are now on the outskirts of what’s consider “In” right now with most teens. Paranormal romances of these dark, nocturnal creatures are beginning to fade and are being replaced with tales of dystopian realties. Stories of bleak futuristic settings, indoctrinated caste systems, oppressive governments, and rebellious uprising are the

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Mad Max: Fury Road Review

WHAT A LOVELY DAY IN A MAD MAX WORLD The Mad Max films have been around for years with its first installment (Mad Max) debuting back in 1979, introducing viewers to anarchy-filled world and to Max Rockatansky, a man of few words and a man of action. Mad Max grew with popularity, spawning two sequels with 1981’s Mad Max: Road

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The Divergent Series: Insurgent Review

  THE UNBALANCED DIVERGE OF INSURGENT Following the success to the theatrical adaptation of The Hunger Games, Summit Entertainment released Divergent, the first installment of a planned series and based off of the first book in the popular books by Veronica Roth. Similar in tone with The Hunger Games (both on page and on-screen), Divergent followed the story of Beatrice

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