source. What if superhumans weren't considered heroes? When Scarlett Marley is attacked by an illegal super with fire powers, she doesn’t get burned, but now she has a fire-like glow flickering in her eyes. With superpowers criminalized, she has no choice but to turn herself over to the Superhuman Containment Facility, or risk hurting everyone … Continue reading book review: ignite.
This blog post is part of the Legends of Western Cinema Week. source. Growing up, there were only a few animated movies that my siblings and I watched (because most Disney films were not allowed). Those included The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, Robin Hood (1973), The Man from Button Willow...and the great Fievel … Continue reading movie review: fievel goes west.
This blog post was written for the Legends of Western Cinema Week 2021! ❤ There are many actors who are particularly well-known for starring in Westerns. John Wayne, of course. Gary Cooper, Henry Fonda, Clint Eastwood, Alan Ladd, Randolph Scott...and the list goes on! But while all those actors are great, there is one who … Continue reading my favorite cinematic cowboy.
source. Rachel, Heidi, and Olivia are hosting the Legends of Western Cinema blog party this week, and they've come up with a super fun tag for all of us party participants to fill out. Here are my answers! (And don't forget to answer the tag yourself, read the other blog posts submitted throughout this week, … Continue reading the Legends of Western Cinema Week tag!
source. The first time I read The Hobbit, I loved it and was really excited to see the films. Their reputation had already preceded them, but I didn't care. I'd enjoyed the book so much, and I went into the films with a lot of optimism. And while I didn't hate them, I didn't really … Continue reading why i like the hobbit trilogy.
source. With the fellowship broken (#sadness), the story now expands in three different directions: Aragorn, Legolas, and Gimli's pursuit of Merry and Pippin (that eventually leads to them going another route and helping Rohan), Merry and Pippin hanging out with Treebeard, and Frodo and Sam making their way toward/through Mordor--with a strange new companion. While … Continue reading book review: the two towers.
Found over at Mary and the Words. source. MIDDLE EARTH: THE HOBBIT OR THE LORD OF THE RINGS? LOTR, for both book and movies. Though I do love The Hobbit (book) and enjoy several aspects of the film trilogy, LOTR was my first love. The depth of LOTR's story and the multitude of characters who … Continue reading the lord of the rings tag.
I think I've maybe done only one of these posts before? Anyway, while singing songs from The Greatest Showman, I was thinking about how many Hugh Jackman movies I've watched and thought I'd revisit this post format. Basically just a list of his movies (that I've seen) ranked by how great he was in each … Continue reading a movie ranking: Hugh Jackman.
In some ways, I'm annoying myself by writing this blog post because I prefer to refer to The Lord of the Rings as one book (since it technically is). But I'm leisurely rereading LOTR right now, which means that I might forget details from FOTR and TTT by the time I finish. So you're getting … Continue reading book review: the fellowship of the ring.
I wanted a quick and fun blog post idea, and I found this tag on Lili's Blissful Pages, so...perfect! source. E-V-A-J-O-Y R-U-T-H S-C-H-Ö-N-H-A-A-R E - Emma Woodhouse (Emma by Jane Austen). Practically perfect in every way...or so she thinks! V - Vikus (Underland Chronicles by Suzanne Collins). This guy's life is so sad, but he … Continue reading spell your name with fictional characters tag.