Here’s what I about a handful of books and movies. If there’s a book or movie you want to hear my thoughts about and I haven’t written about it, email me or message my facebook page and I’ll try to write about it. I will admit, though, that it is difficult for me to keep up with new releases as they hit the big screen, and as I’m still a full-time student I don’t get as much leisure reading time as I would like.
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Hacksaw Ridge. Watch it if you can handle gore.
Collateral Beauty. It’s alright. Worth a watch on a rainy day.
Murder on the Orient Express. Very good if you have a good attention span.
Bright. Entertaining but overall not worth it.
Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle. Watch it.
Star Wars VIII: The Last Jedi. Pretend it doesn’t exist. If you find a DVD, burn it.
The Greatest Showman. Watch it.
Black Panther. Watch it if you’re a Marvel fan.
Movie Babble Reviews
Here’s my Movie Babble Profile, where you can see individual articles I’ve written. Individual articles are also listed in the order I wrote them below:
- Aquaman: Not Bad for a Star Wars film
- Film Review: Soni (USA release 2019)
- Film Review: Rim of the World (2019)
Book Reviews and Discussions
Dracula, by Bram Stoker. Great read; much better than I expected.
Villains, Mazes, and Darkness. A discussion on my favorite YA books: Steelheart by Brandon Sanderson, Maze Runner by James Dashner, and On the Edge of the Dark Sea of Darkness by Andrew Peterson.
The Boy Who Lived, the Child Prodigy, and the Dragon Reborn. A discussion on my favorite book series: Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling, Artemis Fowl by Eoin Colfer, and the Wheel of Time by Robert Jordan.
Biblical Favorites: Old Testament. It’s hard to pick favorite books of the Bible, but for the Old Testament I went with Joshua, 1 and 2 Kings, and Ecclesiastes.
Biblical Favorites: New Testament. Again, I can’t think of a book from the New Testament that isn’t good. But in this article I stick to Luke/Acts, Romans, and Ephesians.
Great Classics. My favorite classic works: Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, Dracula by Bram Stoker (discussed in greater length above), and Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien.