Star Trek: Uhura.

How Pop Culture Reflects Real Life

I am not ashamed to admit I am a fan of pop culture. I love watching movies. I enjoy a good book. I am eager to spend hours, eyes locked … Continue reading How Pop Culture Reflects Real Life

John Carter (2012) Film: 10 Years Later

Andrew Stanton is a filmmaker I admire so much. He nailed it when he brought Finding Nemo to the big screen. He did it once more when he made a … Continue reading John Carter (2012) Film: 10 Years Later

Voyage of the Dawn Treader

The Chronicles Of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader Movie Review

I am shook. 10 years ago this film was released and 15 years ago, I got to see The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe; the book I read in 5th … Continue reading The Chronicles Of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader Movie Review

The Hunger Games 2012 Film Adaptation: 10 Years Later

I can’t believe that it’s been ten years since the film adaptation of The Hunger Games came out. Time sure does fly for a cultural phenomenon. My sister had been … Continue reading The Hunger Games 2012 Film Adaptation: 10 Years Later

Heartstopper: Nick and Charlie gaze lovingly at eachother.

What Makes A Successful Book Adaptation

I am sure many of you will agree that it feels good when you read and finish an amazing book. I equate that to Rocky Balboa reaching the steps of … Continue reading What Makes A Successful Book Adaptation

Top 10 BookTok Favorites of the Pandemic Era

BookTok is a hashtag on the social media TikTok meant for readers to come together and share their thoughts, memes, art, and even cosplays around their favorite books. Though BookTok … Continue reading Top 10 BookTok Favorites of the Pandemic Era

Plants vs. Zombies vs. Sith- Star Wars: Red Harvest Book Review

Frode stood clutching the bulkhead behind him, pupils dilating, trying to make out even the vaguest of shapes, but without success. It was if whatever was out there destroyed the … Continue reading Plants vs. Zombies vs. Sith- Star Wars: Red Harvest Book Review

Redwall: Seven Female Villains Who Make the Series Great

Ring the Abby bells and prepare the feast! Netflix is currently developing an adaptation of the bestselling fantasy books written by Brian Jacques. The 22-book series follows the adventures of … Continue reading Redwall: Seven Female Villains Who Make the Series Great

Examining the Role of Armand Gamache in Louise Penny’s Still Life

Chief Inspector Armand Gamache, the protagonist in Louise Penny’s debut novel Still Life, is a different breed of detective, unlike most detectives I saw on television and movies or read … Continue reading Examining the Role of Armand Gamache in Louise Penny’s Still Life

The Chronicles of Narnia: Susan’s Dark Fate and Why There’s Hope for Her Yet

“Sire,” said Tirian, when he had greeted all these. “If I have read the chronicle aright, there should be another. Has not your Majesty two sisters? Where is Queen Susan?” … Continue reading The Chronicles of Narnia: Susan’s Dark Fate and Why There’s Hope for Her Yet