Why We Need A Sharon Carter TV Show

Sharon Carter, played by Emily VanCamp, has been dealt a losing role in the Captain America films, which instead of focusing on Steve and his relationships with anyone except Bucky are overloaded with other Marvel heroes.

Agent 13 first appeared in Captain America: The Winter Soldier as Steve’s S.H.I.E.L.D. handler, and the woman on the inside when the agency was taken over by Hydra and disintegrated. It wasn’t until Captain America: Civil War, released in May 2016, that Sharon Carter’s relationship with Steve was made prevalent to fans, and when it did, it was quite disappointing. Continue reading “Why We Need A Sharon Carter TV Show”

Indignation Review: Men Before Women, Yet Again

Indignation is a movie that tries to combine the question of religion within an academic life, alongside a romance that never made sense in the first place.

What’s another movie about a white guy trying to find some purpose? Let’s talk about Indignation.

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Scorpius Malfoy: A Shining Light

For those that have read/seen Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, most of us can agree that though the narrative and plot are disappoint, Scorpius Malfoy is an unexpected shining light.

Who would’ve believed that a Malfoy would’ve been the most interesting character in a Harry Potter story? Continue reading “Scorpius Malfoy: A Shining Light”

Ghostbusters Slays; Take That, Pissy Nerd Men

The highly anticipated release of the Ghostbusters reboot was today, Friday, July 15th.

From the moment the film was announced, fans everywhere have been in a riot; either defending or attacking the new film. Matters were made much worse when it was announced that the film would star a female ensemble: Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Leslie Jones, and Kate McKinnon. Continue reading “Ghostbusters Slays; Take That, Pissy Nerd Men”

“The Shallows” Review: Blake Lively Captivates

The Shallows, starring Blake Lively, is about a woman on a journey of self-discovery who, while searching for a secret beach her recently deceased mother told her stories about, is attacked by a Great White shark, left alone with a slim chance of survival. Continue reading ““The Shallows” Review: Blake Lively Captivates”

Me Before You: A Stereotype in Action

Me Before You, the film, was released in the United States on June 3, 2016. Curious and having heard nothing about the movie nor the book, I watched the trailer (because, let’s be real, who can resist Sam Claflin?) and was so disgusted that I had to force myself not to close the tab. Continue reading “Me Before You: A Stereotype in Action”

Hogwarts House Sorting Is Not So Simple

With Harry Potter and The Cursed Child debuting in London, the ”Which House Are You In?” question has been making its way around. But while sorting quizzes like Pottermore‘s and the all possible questions one are accurate in their own right, quick paragraph explanations aren’t enough. Your sorting isn’t determined by which few adjectives you identify with or which animal you think is the cutest. Your House represents not only the way you approach a situation but also the drive behind your decision making process.

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