Monthly Archives: February 2014

I’m at War with Myself…

Funny, I heard this phrase during previews for Saving Mr. Banks with Tom Hanks.  Then there was also Twelve Years a Slave – I would say the same phrase would apply  the war for several reason inside the characters of … Continue reading

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Winter’s Tale Expectations

“Nothing is random, nor will anything ever be, whether a long string of perfectly blue days that begin and end in golden dimness, the most seemingly chaotic political acts, the rise of a great city, the crystalline structure of a … Continue reading

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Sabrina, the world, you and I.

First, before I begin, HAPPY BIRTHDAY MOM!  🙂 “Hey there! one of my friends cousins has a stage four brain tumor. She’s like 7 and the one thing she wanted to do was see the world. You think maybe you … Continue reading

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Touching deep down and digging deep…

In seeing the movie “Her“, it will be easy to oversimplify the plot from the movie trailer and the movie itself.  However, all throughout the film, as well as still following this film, layers of human and technological layers reveal … Continue reading

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“I am haunted by humans”

As the last lines of The Book Thief rolled across the screen – I was highly – highly impressed with the deepness and feeling that went into this film.  Yes, as they often due, humans do have this aspect of … Continue reading

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