Cinderella (2015) Review 4.9/5

Directed by Kenneth Branagh and released March, 2015, Cinderella had worldwide commercial success, making five times it initial budget. Given that Disney for some weird reason has released various other live action remakes of their classic movies, I was not surprised when they announced this movie. After the remake Maleficent (2014) came out, I concludedContinue reading “Cinderella (2015) Review 4.9/5”

Inside Out (2015) Review 4/5

  Released into theaters June, 2015 by Disney/Pixar, Inside Out has unsurprisingly become the animated blockbuster of this year. With amazing ratings among critics and fans, who praised it for its ingenuity and creativity, it will most likely remain the most talked about animated film of 2015. When the trailers came out, I was not tooContinue reading “Inside Out (2015) Review 4/5”

Month of Art: Day 13 The Book of Kells (ca. 800)/ The Secret of Kells (2009)

I decided to do something a little different for this post, since I have not written one for awhile. (SORRY). Yesterday, as I sat pondering what new and incredible artwork I could showcase, I remembered The Book of Kells out of nowhere. At first, I was trying to find something Russian or Mongolian to postContinue reading “Month of Art: Day 13 The Book of Kells (ca. 800)/ The Secret of Kells (2009)”

Month of Art: Day 12 Various Works by Heather Theurer

  (Cinderella 2015, Theurer)   (Rapunzel 2015, Theurer)   (Mulan 2015, Theurer)  (Beauty and the Beast 2015, Theurer) I hate writing my blog posts on my phone. Can I just say that? 500 words gone in a single instant. Life is cruel sometimes. Oh well. If I do not start writing them like this I will neverContinue reading “Month of Art: Day 12 Various Works by Heather Theurer”

Month of Art: Day 11 Norman Rockwell, Various images of Fatherhood

Originally posted on From the Perspective of an Old Soul:
           For today, I decided to host a series of paintings depicting father figures. Since yesterday was Father’s Day, I think this is definitely appropriate. Norman Rockwell is indeed one of the best choices. The overall feel and attitude of his art works focused heavily on the…