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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