We Are Many

https://www.youtube.com/embed/SgxlMJnxUl4 Abraham Lincoln was quoted “Government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the Earth.” It disheartens many people not only in the United States but across the globe that our governments have forgotten those whom they are there to serve. A truer notion could not be any clearer … Continue reading We Are Many

The Artist’s Wife

https://www.youtube.com/embed/-wh1DD0b7Wk In life we tend to focus on the celebrities that surround us: politicians, actors, athletes and artists. Our attention is pulled towards these entities because the spotlight is shined upon them; rarely is it ever focused on their significant other. The person in the shadows that we have no ounce of knowledge as to … Continue reading The Artist’s Wife

Blackbird (2019)

https://www.youtube.com/embed/I9kb6ZJre78 One of the hardest ordeals to ever be faced with is death. It is an event none of us are emotionally prepared for especially when it happens to someone close to us. On top of that is also the controversial issue of assisted suicide; an occurrence for those who are terminally ill and wish … Continue reading Blackbird (2019)

I Met a Girl

https://www.youtube.com/embed/pr_qM4lKsAI Throughout the years in film there have been numerous representations of characters suffering from mental illnesses: One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, Rain Man, Girl, Interrupted and Black Swan to name a few. The majority of the time we watch these characters struggle to cope with the reality around them but rarely do we … Continue reading I Met a Girl

Attack of the Unknown

https://www.youtube.com/embed/YClkmG5d6hs Late at night while channel surfing you’ve got a 50/50 chance of staying on anything for a length of time; it’s got to get your attention as soon as you land on it. Now if I said blood sucking aliens attacking earth??? I’m pretty sure that would grab your attention. These lower tier films … Continue reading Attack of the Unknown

5 Years Apart

https://www.youtube.com/embed/yZNI1tGIoT0 Every now and again something we watch on television or on the big screen has the ability to hit close to home. Everyone has a story to tell and it is no shocker when others can relate. As individuals we can feel lost and unsure of our decisions but there is comfort in knowing … Continue reading 5 Years Apart

Starting At Zero: Reimagining Education in America

Roundtable Conversation w/ U.S Governors discussing the importance of early childhood education: It would be hard to argue the statement that children are our future. Taking care of children should always take top priority because without them there will be no one to continue forward. It is simplistic ideas like these that baffle my mind … Continue reading Starting At Zero: Reimagining Education in America

Apocalypse ’45

As we enter the 75th anniversary marking the end of World War II producer/director Erik Nelson gives viewers a new perspective of the events that led to the dropping of the atomic bomb. For the first time we are witness to the attacks on Pearl Harbor that occurred on December 7, 1941 through fully restored … Continue reading Apocalypse ’45

Black Water: Abyss

The scariest moments in film are not always because of deadly slashers or a nightmare demon, it’s the scares that exist in our reality that can make us feel at our most uneased. Films like Jaws, The Ghost and the Darkness and Crawl used animals to instill fear in its viewers. The tension is built … Continue reading Black Water: Abyss

Marley (2012)

The faster this year passes by the more we ask “how much worse can it get?” Constant turmoil that leaves us mentally weakened and emotionally beat down by the events taking place around the world. It is naïve to some to think that simple things such as music can usher in a movement or change … Continue reading Marley (2012)