In honor of Netflix's adaptation of Leigh Bardugo's Grishaverse series, Shadow and Bone, which premieres April 23rd, I put together a list of books I think might also be due for a screen adaptation. Because as much as Hollywood likes to think they've figured out how to mine libraries for content, we all know they've only … Continue reading Books I’d Like to See Adapted for the Screen
Why Marvel's first offering on Disney+ might not be what you expect
Quarantine Round-Up: What I’ve Watched
Well, I don't know about the rest of the world, but for better or worse, quarantine is coming to an end in my neck of the woods and I have to go back to work. As it wraps up, I'm looking back on some of the entertainment that helped me pass the time and what … Continue reading Quarantine Round-Up: What I’ve Watched
Review: Little Women
Does Greta Gerwig's adaptation of Louisa May Alcott's classic novel top what's come before?
Avengers: Endgame Review
It has officially been one month since Avengers: Endgame came out, so I feel no qualms about sharing all my thoughts now. If you still have not seen it for whatever reason but fear spoilers, turn back while you still can.
Time to Re-Evaluate: Avengers Survival Odds
Where do your favorite characters stand going into Avengers: Endgame?
Review: Captain Marvel
Captain Marvel is a solid entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but it doesn't do much to rise above the middle of the pack. Captain Marvel plays it safe and, if history has taught us anything, it's that the Marvel movies that shine are the ones that fully embrace every weird and wonderful nuance of their worlds … Continue reading Review: Captain Marvel
Review: Isn’t It Romantic
For my birthday this year, I opted to check out Rebel Wilson's new romantic-comedy spoof Isn't It Romantic, and I'm happy to report it was a good choice. A rom-com spoof, you ask? Does that mean it's for people who love rom-coms, or people who love to make fun of them? I say the answer is … Continue reading Review: Isn’t It Romantic
10 Shakespeare Adaptations For Those Not Sure About Shakespeare
A lot of people tend to think Shakespeare isn't for them; it's too old, too intellectual, or too boring. But after reading Still Star-Crossed a few weeks ago and thinking about how a Shakespeare play spawned a sequel novel that spawned a Shondaland-produced T.V. series (albeit a short-lived one), I cannot accept that. After all, Shakespeare wrote … Continue reading 10 Shakespeare Adaptations For Those Not Sure About Shakespeare
Avengers: Infinity War
A review of the latest and biggest installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Beware of spoilers!