Darkwind by Renee Dugan: A Magical Journey of Building Resilience, Forging Friendships, and Embracing Possibility…
Rebecca (2020) Review: More Bland Than Bittersweet
The director said he hoped it would leave a bittersweet taste. I mean it’s definitely got me thinking, but I’d say the taste leftover is more just… bland.
‘Regina Rising’ Review
In this charming extension of the Once Upon A Time universe, Wendy Toliver weaves a short but enjoyable tale about young Regina’s experiences of friendship, love, manipulation and betrayal…
New ‘All Creatures’ Evokes Old Series Without Imitating It
Instead of trying to attach itself to the existing All Creatures world we know and love, this new adaptation has built its own presence beside it, with a similar atmosphere but a slightly different tone. There’s a more modern edge without taking it out of the time period, and each character has more agency and purpose.
Belle (2013) Review: The Importance of Impassioned Reason
Less a film to sit back and enjoy the scenery of (though it is pretty), than one to study and learn from. It’s filled with conviction and deep philosophical dialogue, which takes quite some concentration to take in, though it is rewarding to do so.
‘Daughter of the Deep’ Review: A Swashbuckling Adventure Rich In Wit, Mythology and Mystery
Daughter of the Deep by Lina C. Amarego – My Review, followed by Character Discussion + Analysis – [Spoiler-free] “A wedding to end a war…” …