Thoughts on Disney’s idea of “live-action”

A couple weeks ago I saw Disney’s Beauty and the Beast remake. Emma Watson gave life and breath to Belle and I got to see my favorite songs re-imagined.  I genuinely enjoyed the movie. Belle is one of my favorite Disney princesses as a book reading, adventure-seeker and I’ve always loved the settings: a quaint village in France … More Thoughts on Disney’s idea of “live-action”

Miyazaki Rewatch: Howl’s Moving Castle

If I had to chose a personal favorite among Hayao Miyazaki’s films, it would probably be Howl’s Moving Castle. In fact, it’s a personal all-time favorite film. This was the first Miyazaki film that I saw, freshman year of college, and watching Howl’s, a door opened and I couldn’t consume Miyazaki’s works fast enough. Rewatching it a few … More Miyazaki Rewatch: Howl’s Moving Castle

The Ways I love Each Adapted Elizabeth Bennet

Elizabeth Bennet- not only does she have the best forename in existence (I might be biased), she is also one of the most beloved heroines of classic literature. Somehow Elizabeth has stood against time as an adored protagonist and as she continues to be adapted in various media forms (comics, webseries, movies), I never tire of her. … More The Ways I love Each Adapted Elizabeth Bennet

Suicide Squad isn’t great, but hopefully we’ll get a Harley Quinn movie

Watching Suicide Squad over the weekend took me back to my film school days, when we would watch edits of our classmates films and address story and continuity issues. If Suicide Squad screened in front of my professors, they would ask the same question: What’s the inciting incident? To this David Ayer and Warner Bros. … More Suicide Squad isn’t great, but hopefully we’ll get a Harley Quinn movie