Disney released one of the most talked-about films in a long time during the year of 2013. Frozen quickly turned into a cultural phenomenon that probably spiked sells for Disney merchandising for at least a year and a half. Since then, we’ve gotten two shorts and eventually a much teased about sequel. Many were anxiously waiting because the question was pretty clear: would it live … Continue reading Did Frozen II Live up to the Hype?
If you’ve been looking for a book that makes you feel the same way Lizzo’s self-love and empowerment speeches do, I can assure you that it has arrived. Dear Haiti, Love Alaine is a newly-released YA debut brought to you by sister duo Maika and Maritza Moulite. Co-written by sisters Maika and Maritza Moulite, and told in epistolary style through letters, articles, emails, and diary … Continue reading A YA Debuts in the Caribbean
It has been a few days since Taylor Swift released her seventh album Lover, on August 23rd to be exact. Since then, there have only been positive comments about the same. It’s plain and simple: people are really loving it. Some are even calling it her best album yet, and she has gone forward to highlight reviews marking it as an album strong enough to … Continue reading The ‘Lover’ Album Ranked!
If there is magic in culture, let it embrace everyone who hasn’t forgotten that to love where they come from is to love themselves. Don’t Date Rosa Santos by Nina Moreno is a beautiful story crafted by small-town charm, latinidad, dream-like sequences, delicious food, and enchanting characters. This debut novel is perfect for fans of shows like Jane the Virgin, Gilmore Girls, and One Day … Continue reading Review: Don’t Date Rosa Santos!
The Hadestown Official Broadway Cast Recording (OBCR) is finally out! It was officially released on July 26th of this year. We can now rejoice and listen to the music on repeat and straight through without interruption. Our eyes can close and enjoy the beautiful voice of Reeve Carney as he vocalizes, the gruff and harsh yet soft tunes of Amber Gray, Patrick Page’s deep melody, … Continue reading Hadestown Book Tag!
With The Fire On High by Elizabeth Acevedo Book Review With The Fire On High is Elizabeth Acevedo’s second novel, her first one being the National Book Award Winner, The Poet X. Unlike her first novel, With The Fire On High is written in prose instead of verse. Elizabeth’s writing is absolutely stunning and it’s just awe-inspiring, much like her writing in The Poet X. … Continue reading With The Fire On High Review
The John Wick trilogy, the action movies that almost everyone knows as the “Keanu Reeves movie in which he goes haywire because someone kills his dog.” Well that’s pretty much the premise of it, and in a world with an oversaturation of action movies that are all the same but are just packaged differently, it shouldn’t be surprising that some people might overlook them … Continue reading What Makes the John Wick Movies Great
The wait is finally over—a year and a half of it—and Stranger Things season three finally dropped. If you’re like me, you probably spent your Fourth of July inside binge-watching while fireworks were going off and ablaze outside your window. If not, then you have one heck of a season waiting for you. This one did not disappoint as was to be expected after they … Continue reading Could Season 3 of Stranger Things be its Best?
This post is dark and full of spoilers Our watch has ended. After eight seasons, 73 episodes and countless casualties, Game of Thrones concluded last night. It was a divisive season, full of more downs than ups, but it all led to this final hour. Now let’s walk through the ashes and the remnants of King’s Landing and assess the damage and discover who won … Continue reading A Discussion: The Game of Thrones Series Finale
Thank you to NetGalley for providing a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Some quotes referenced in this review might have been altered before its official publishing. There will be no spoilers in this review, but there will be quotes mentioned, so be advised to ignore those if need be! There comes a time when you pick up a book … Continue reading DRC Review: The Princess and the Fangirl by Ashley Poston