A Wild Movie.

The Call of the Wild is coming out Thursday night. I’m going to see it Saturday evening with my fiancé. We’re excited to see it because it’s a survival/dog story set in Alaska, and that’s where we’re going to visit in the future. Because I haven’t read the book yet, I started reading it yesterday. […]

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Some Thoughts on the Movie “Glass”

Glass is the third movie in M. Night Shyamalan’s trilogy, the first two being Unbreakable and Split. I saw the first two before and in spite of only liking the first movie the best, I wanted to finish up the trilogy just to say I saw it. My fiancé came over for the day on […]

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A Brief Thought on Chernobyl.

Last week I finished the HBO miniseries Chernobyl and let me tell you, that was a whirlwind of heavy emotions and information. If you don’t know anything about it, Chernobyl was a nuclear power plant in Ukraine during the Soviet Union era. Just after midnight in April of 1986, the power plan core exploded, killing […]

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The Night Is Dark and Full of Weariness.

When I first started watching the television series Game of Thrones a year after season one first premiered on HBO, I was immediately enthralled with the characters and story they followed. After watching most of the first season, I knew immediately that I wanted to read the books. At the time, there were only four […]

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Thoughts on: Free Solo.

Free Solo is a documentary that follows professional rock climber Alex Honnold. For the last few years, he has done what many climbers call “free soloing”: the art of rock climbing without the safety of a rope. Obviously, this is a dangerous venture, even for the most experienced pursuers. But during the duration of National […]

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