Category: Books / Movies / Music
I have several movies that looped in the background of my childhood, creating a mesh of memories and meaning that influenced my life and worldviews in surprisingly profound ways. I'll tell you about three from my very early days (3 to 5 years)...if you tell me some of yours!
5 tips on how to start a book club...that's awesome...and that lasts. :)
Sarah shares her thoughts on five Sundance 2014 films coming to theaters this summer: Boyhood, Land Ho!, I Origins, Wish I Was Here, and A Most Wanted Man.
I'm on a quest. A quest to perfecting the art of Hosting Movie Nights. I am still early on my journey, but here's a few things I've learned so far.
Gimme Some Live has previews of three June new releases including The Fault in Our Stars, Edge of Tomorrow, and Obvious Child.
The monster movie genre is such an important part of our cinematic storytelling culture, that I really, really want to convince you to give it a second chance. Read on for four common complaints about monster movies, and the flicks that will help you move past 'em.
A box office report for April 2014 and three alternative movie suggestions to break up blockbuster season: Mood Indigo, The Congress, and Enemy.
I'm always trying to connect the films I see with my everyday life. Movies inspire me, challenge my assumptions, change my views, break my heart, lift my soul, and, yes, even teach me Life Lessons. Here are ten.
Ok, I couldn’t resist doing one more post on Friday Night Lights. Today we’re talking FNL trivia! Since I watched the show on Netflix, I didn’t get the chance to see all of the bonus footage and interviews on the DVDs, which is always a “must” after I finish...
I have now officially joined the ranks of the thousands of Friday Night Lights fans who binge-watched this show in a matter of weeks. Unfortunately, this happened for me years after the show went off the air, and I’m bummed that I wasn’t able to contribute to the ratings...