2017 in Film

In an ideal world we will have divorced the concepts of competition and accolades from any discussion surrounding art. Art by nature is about (or should be about, anyways) feeling and intuition and “the indescribable”. However that is mostly impossible not only because of our capitalist society and the concept of competition underpinning everything, but … Continue reading 2017 in Film

Top 5 Franchises I Would Give Myself Brain Damage to Re-experience For the First Time

I recently stumbled across this meme: Apart from being hilarious, it got me thinking about what franchises I would willingly get amnesia for in order to experience them again for the first time. “Going back to college” and “losing my virginity” immediately came to mind. However for the sake of argument and debate I limited … Continue reading Top 5 Franchises I Would Give Myself Brain Damage to Re-experience For the First Time

Lebron James’ and the Multiverse Theory

On Tuesday night, Lebron James became the 7th player in NBA history to score over 30,000 points in their career. But on Monday night, Lebron posted this instagram, pre-congratulating his younger self on this yet to be achieved achievement. https://www.instagram.com/p/BeTAoFBBxbG/?utm_source=ig_embed&utm_campaign=embed_legacy This was one of the most mind bendingly confusing and unintentionally hilarious instagrams ever posted … Continue reading Lebron James’ and the Multiverse Theory

Jim “Tuna” Halpert: A Deep Dive

For many fans of The Office, the award winning NBC sitcom, Jim Halpert perfectly represented the all-American white-collar everyman. Jim embodies the drifting, frustrated, mid-twenties college grad that we all either identify with (to an extent) or have encountered during our own adventures in corporate America. A sharp-minded compulsive slacker, unsatisfied in his current position … Continue reading Jim “Tuna” Halpert: A Deep Dive