Monthly Archives: July 2014

Film Review: Casablanca | Watching Casablanca for the Third Time

Casablanca is one of the greatest movies ever made and anyone interested in cinema should watch it. It’s strange to come out and say something so authoritative in a review, but it’s a genuine response to be had with Michael Curtiz’s … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Double Life of Veronique | The Power of a Premise

When I started really studying film in college, I was still mostly paying attention to Western directors. If I was going to look closely at a film with a lot to read into, it was more likely to be someone … Continue reading

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My Bad Job: Theme Park Retail | Abby Cadabby’s Treasure Trove

If you ever want to lose all joy and wonder with theme parks, work for one. Don’t get me wrong, I love working at Busch Gardens Williamsburg. I wouldn’t work there for five seasons if I didn’t enjoy it overall. … Continue reading

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Flash Fiction: Pricks

I’ve never been good with needles. I never feel good while getting shots, mostly because I hate looking at my own blood. I’m generally nervous and on the verge of breaking down when I get a vaccine or blood drawn. … Continue reading

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