I Tonya Review

So before I begin my I Tonya review, I should give you a quick backstory. In my previous blog post, Me and Tonya Harding, I explained how I was a huge Tonya Harding fan. If you don’t want to read that longer blog post, I’ll summarize it. Tonya’s skating career

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Blue is the Warmest Color review

I’ve been meaning to do a Blue is the Warmest Color review for awhile, but have been busy with practicing new songs and also working on a new piece. So bear with me. I don’t always get around to doing film reviews the night after watching something. Today, I’m taking

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Battle for Sevastopol review

Last night, I watched Battle for Sevastopol, a movie about Lyudmila Pavlichenko, a Soviet WWII sniper with 309 confirmed kills. It’s a pretty neat war movie because it also shows the perspective of Eleanor Roosevelt, who I’ve always loved. If you know me, I’ve always had utmost respect for soldiers,

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