Would You Survive?!? Circle (2015) Quick Movie Review

So I just watched Circle (2015) a film that has the great misfortune of having a name that is dangerously close to a film that stars the like of Tom Hanks and Emma Watson. Not to be confused with the bomb that was The Circle, this is a suspenseful Science-fiction thriller directed by the team of  […]

Murder by Necessity pt.1

Preface: Murder by Necessity is a draft of script for practice purposes. It is the telling and dramatized story of The William Brown a ship during the 1840’s which tragedy struck. With impending doom, and the survival of others in your hands what moral sacrifice can be condoned as “for the greater good”. Below will […]

5 Things I Learned from 2017 on WordPress

Hey everyone, hope you’re all having a happy new year. 2017 was… interesting but now it’s time to usher in the collective shared optimism that we can make 2018 Great….again? That said 2017 was the year that K at the Movies all started and I’m sure that I’ll bury or burn the questionable quality content […]

K Presents The Big Star Wars: The Last Jedi Review (Spoilers)

All right, let’s review Star Wars:The Last Jedi. I start this off by saying, I admittedly don’t have high stakes in major tent-pole blockbusters movies. I don’t really get wrapped up in the hype culture and the big hullabaloo that surrounds films like this. At the same time, I don’t really consider myself a film […]

Who is the True Feminine Figure in Ibsen’s ‘A Doll’s House’?

The Shattered Doll Preface: This is a short academic and critical analysis done on the the representation of Feminism found in Ibsen’s A Doll’s House. More specifically it was prompted to compare and contrast the portrayals of the two main female characters in accordance to my own definition of feminism. I decided that it would […]

Some Freaks (2016) Quick Review

Some Freaks is an independent movie on Netflix directed by Ian MacAllister McDonald. This indie darling is the tale of two high school outcasts who find romance; having the time of their lives until they come to encounter that the volatile nature of youth may become an impossible adversity to overbear. I will now demonstrate […]

First Impressions Episode 1: Dark and MindHunter

Ladies and gentlemen, boy gents and little lassies and welcome to First Impressions. First Impressions can be difficult as I’m sure you already left and clicked onto something else by now. No you’re still with me, dashing! With the numerous shows out there to binge or occupy our time it’s difficult to decide upon which […]

‘Bedeviled’ The 21st Century Boogieman

“I don’t fear death so much as I fear its prologues: loneliness, decrepitude, pain, debilitation, depression, senility. After a few years of those, I imagine death presents like a holiday at the beach” – Mary Roach Scary as that might be Mary, obviously you forgot about the true terror of life… a smart phone. Smartphones […]

Is There Such A Thing As Too Much “Christmas Prince”?

To the 53 people who’ve watched A Christmas Prince every day for the past 18 days: Who hurt you? — Netflix US (@netflix) December 11, 2017 Who are you to judge Netflix if I… I mean other people wanted to watch A Christmas Prince every day for about three weeks. I’m sure it’s a delightful movie […]

Character Analysis: Comparing the Cops from Best Picture Winner Crash

Los Angeles, a city under the stars washed out by a raging fire upon the surface. For decades, the city has become a breeding ground for discussion on the ways in which race impacts our interactions with one another. Like moths towards a flame those looking for ways to explain or comprehend these racially perturbing […]

Thoughts on ‘Cat Person’, The Trending Viral Short Story

Cat Person is a viral short story narrative by Kristen Roupenian published by The New Yorker.  The short story can be read here which includes an audio copy narrated by Roupenian herself. Cat Person began trending on Twitter and has erupted numerous responses. I thought who better to discuss this viral story than me “Kat” […]

NOT A FAN Episode 1: Baby Driver

Edgar Wright’s darling of the summer of 2017, Baby Driver is widely adored by pretty much everyone. The Hot Fuzz, Shaun of the Dead, and Scott Pilgrim vs the World director gives the high-adrenaline action packed tale of Baby (Ansel Elgort), a get away driver who trying to finish his debt to service to Doc (Kevin […]

A Small Comedy Impresses in ‘The Big Sick’

The Modern movie-making climate largely revolves around spectacle. With advancements in SFX the ability to generate grander than life visuals to captivate the masses. The Great Train Robbery (Porter, 1903) and a Trip to the Moon (Milies, 1902) are exemplary of how the moving picture has always been about creating some sort of enticement to […]

Best Adapted Screenplay Nominee? ‘Wonder’ is Absolutely Wonderful.

Wonder is the recent film adaption of the shared title 2012 published book by R.J. Palacio. Wonder is the heart-warming tale of Auggie Pullman, a kid with Treacher Collins Syndrome (genetically caused facial deformity) trying to integrate himself into the world by going to the 5th grade. Throughout the year, Auggie attests to harshness of […]