Lauren: What do you do after you find out that your mom is responsible for ending the world? The only thing you can do – go find another boy to crush on! Yay young adult dystopia! Continue reading ‘Book Club in Session: In the End (In the After Book 2) by Demitria Lunetta’
Unlike what seems like the majority of people around my age, I actually made it through school without reading The Giver. Now that I’ve seen it, I’m pretty bummed about this. Continue reading ‘Film Review: The Giver’
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Zac: Guardians of the Galaxy is Marvel going full space epic, and James Gunn brings a sense of fun and humor that helps it stand out & above most of their cinematic universe.
Lauren: I’ll agree that it stands out, but above is a strong word. Continue reading ‘Dissecting Guardians of the Galaxy’
Ida is a remarkable film from Pawel Pawlikowski, it’s one of the most gorgeous films you will ever see while being one of the year’s best. Continue reading ‘Film Review: Ida’
Bryan Lee O’Malley’s latest novel, Seconds, is a surprising sci-fi tale that has a lot of fun with its trippy premise, but could have used a bit more character to make the most out of its sharp storytelling. Continue reading ‘Book Review: Seconds by Bryan Lee O’Malley’