Comedy

18 Feb 19
The Hammer

In this unit of SUPA Writing 105, I decided to write a paper in defense of Louis C.K., a man that had the pants of the media in a bunch for a while now due to some accusations that came forth after a few years. This was no easy task. After the viewing of documentaries […]

18 Feb 19
Surviving 2000

The great thing about these comedies is that they are not mind-numbing: they hit the sweet spot between uplifting and entertaining. Each of them carries meaning as well as true comedy gold. Perhaps what makes comedy really amazing is its ability to release tension, how it can empower us through relatable stories many of which […]

18 Feb 19
The Hammer

There’s nothing the media loves more than a good redemption story; watching a man get shattered to pieces only scrape his way out of a proverbial hole, nail and tooth, to come clean and regain the lost favor of the masses. However, when it comes to the case of Louis C.K. versus the Me Too […]

18 Feb 19
Culture Vulture Reviews

The Delightful Sausage: Regeneration Game – The Lowry, the Studio ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Comedy is littered with numerous double acts from Laurel and Hardy, to Morecambe and Wise, French and Saunders to Rik Mayall and Ade Edmondson, all with unique acts, but all with one key element in common: chemistry. The chemistry between each pair is what […]

18 Feb 19
The Avocado

Because that dramatic Frozen II trailer, there was a very intense marketing campaign for Mulan.

18 Feb 19
Vernacular Dysfunction

I finally came across my theme for the year (Yes, I know it’s mid-Feb. Fight me). I was supposed to be spending the 2nd half of 2018 feeling myself out and learning what made me happy, but of course, I got lazy and ordered pizza, then Netflix’d and napped (I can feel your judgment. I […]

18 Feb 19
Lost to the Aether

This is an award winning blog.  You know that.  And I suppose it’s purely natural.  I am the type of person that awards just seem to gravitate to.  And it’s happened again, recently.  Courtesy of Red Metal passing on his Sunshine Blogger Award to what seems like half the internet.  Including our not-so-humble private space […]

18 Feb 19
Artistic Surgeon

At the weekend I got to watch the final film to one of the greatest animated franchises to grace our screens. ‘How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World’ was full of adventure, heart breaking moments and a perfect way to say goodbye to a wonderful friendship. But was it really goodbye? Spoilers ahead, if […]

18 Feb 19
THE DIRECTORS SERIES

As one of the most acclaimed artistic voices in contemporary filmmaking, director Paul Thomas Anderson enjoys a level of prestige that’s virtually unmatched by others of his generation.  He’s gotten to this level by refusing to be anything other than himself: an idiosyncratic kid from southern California’s San Fernando Valley with eccentric artistic tastes and […]

18 Feb 19
That Hippie is LIT!

Let me remind you …(Reference: Blog Post #9 – I Got The Juice) I do not believe in monogamous relationships. Chalk it up to daddy issues or me just wanting to rebel against Western civilization societal concepts. In a world filled with seven billion people, I’m suppose to be with one of those 7 billion, for the rest of my LIFE?

18 Feb 19
Sound Books

We Bare Bears | Baby Bears Try Ramen | Cartoon NetworkThe Baby Bears stumble in to a ramen restaurant and befriend the struggling chef. Can they help her perfect her craft? Episode: Ramen CN GAMES: http://bit.ly/CNGames SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/109Y6wq WATCH MORE: http://bit.ly/1TTwg6s About We Bare Bears: Cartoon Network’s We Bare Bears is a new animated comedy […]