[begin my adding to the noise] i’m going to talk about this whole Caitlyn Jenner thing, but concisely. it’s been given enough break-the-internet style attention,
I’m going to start this out, so that it is said from the start, I have no problems with diversity in comics. Let me reiterate
they take the “no big deal”ness (understandably un-nuanced and sweetly naive though it be) *for granted* . . they’ve learned it at school like letters, absorbed it from the
Kevin Costner ponied up his own money to see this movie made about race, grief, and what it takes to raise a child.
As a doctor later implies to Kyle, there are things you can’t unsee. Whether it’s who he kills or who he watches die around him,
When the chips are down, the Forms are forced to face the reality that it’s not all about the safe suburban storybook life they’ve created.
A second look, a deeper respect. Angelina Jolie's cinematic take on Louie Zamperini's life is well worth seeing.
Movies and TV on DVD begin to flood in the New Year with horror, action, and a biopic leading the way.