Books · Film

Artemis Fowl Movie Review

2020 has been a challenging year so far, which is why my first post of the year is nearly end of it. And I would have probably abandoned the blog altogether if something world changing hadn't happened (besides everything else I mean, but being hyperbolic right now is an indulgence that I'm granting myself): Incredibly,… Continue reading Artemis Fowl Movie Review

Books · World

This Thanksgiving: An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the United States

"Tell me something about American history," I said, "How does it start?" She said: "How does it start? What do you mean?" "You know... Indian history begins with the Indus Valley civilization, the Mauryas, the Mughals, Independence and so on, five thousand years of history conveniently compressed into ten at school." "Oh I see. I… Continue reading This Thanksgiving: An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the United States

Music

Damn! It’s 7am! : The Definitive Ranking of Taylor Swift’s Music Videos

Is it just me or is You Need to Calm Down stuck in your head too? 35. Style https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-CmadmM5cOk&ab_channel=TaylorSwiftVEVO I honestly thought that Look What You Made Me Do would be last on this list, but I was wrong! What is this video? What are these lyrics? Having forgotten the drama with Harry Styles after… Continue reading Damn! It’s 7am! : The Definitive Ranking of Taylor Swift’s Music Videos

Books · Film

Crimes of Grindelwald: The Life of Albus Dumbledore Continued

My last post on why Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is a necessary prequel to Harry Potter is here. I loved Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. I loved fantastically kind, funny and sweet Newt even more. He's a hero unlike any other. The very best! When was the last time we had a protagonist whose main… Continue reading Crimes of Grindelwald: The Life of Albus Dumbledore Continued