Hidden Figures (PG) Movie Review: History + Triumph = Oscar-Worthy

  There are two kinds of historical movies: historical movies that try to be as much like a documentary as possible, such as Selma or Schindler’s List, and those movies like Apollo 13 or Titanic. These try to be as mainstream and appealing as possible, or as I like to call it, Hollywood History. Every … More Hidden Figures (PG) Movie Review: History + Triumph = Oscar-Worthy

The Edge of Seventeen Packed with Heart, Humor, and Honesty

              Films focusing on ordinary teens-those who don’t fall in love with vampires or are selected for the Hunger Games-have been hard to find these past couple of years. Thankfully, Edge of Seventeen focuses solely on the life of ordinary Nadine (Hailee Steinfeld), an awkward, overly dramatic seventeen-year-old who feels like the entire world … More The Edge of Seventeen Packed with Heart, Humor, and Honesty

Breitbart Boycott

After Kellogg’s, the big brand company known for their infamous Poptarts and many cereals, pulled their advertisements off of Breitbart’s website, a rightist newspaper site, Breitbart went on the offensive.  Now, Breitbart is now leading a movement to “dump Kellogg’s” and has called the company “un-American” for pulling the ads. This is also a site … More Breitbart Boycott