Best Sequel in Ages? – Blade Runner 2049 Review

It’s very rare lately that I find it worthwhile to watch sequels, as they tend to recycle everything these days, from shots, to characters, to plot points. I’ve been bored by the last two Star Wars films, the most recent additions to the Aliens franchise, and I’ve completely given up on watching Marvel films within … Continue reading Best Sequel in Ages? – Blade Runner 2049 Review

Tom Cruise Crushes it Again: American Made Review

Here’s a trailer for the film: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AEBIJRAkujM The newest flick from Doug Liman, who last directed The Edge of Tomorrow, is an action packed docu-comedy starring the amazing Tom Cruise as Barry Seal, a slimy, yet loveable airline pilot who gets commissioned by the CIA to smuggle drugs and guns from the U.S. to South … Continue reading Tom Cruise Crushes it Again: American Made Review

Rhetorical Analysis of Magneto

Hey everyone, I've been busy producing a myriad of projects lately, so I figured I'd post a research paper I wrote for class analyzing the reboot of the character Magneto in the comics. Here's the article in question: http://comicsalliance.com/magneto-cullen-bunn-gabriel-hernandez-walta-jordie-bellaire-review-marvel/  The article, “Who is Magneto? Cullen Bunn and Gabriel Hernandez Walta Reestablish an Icon” sets out to … Continue reading Rhetorical Analysis of Magneto

Movie Review: My Love/Hate Relationship With Spider-Man: Homecoming

Yesterday night I went to a drive-in movie theater and watched the newest Marvel Studios film, Spider-Man: Homecoming. As a kid I always adored Spider-Man, like most young kids do, imagining swinging around New York fighting criminals and saving innocent people. Unlike a lot of my peers, I genuinely enjoy most of the Spider-man content … Continue reading Movie Review: My Love/Hate Relationship With Spider-Man: Homecoming