Sarah and Roxi welcome Girls With Issues hosts Billea Bones and Vicki Oh to discuss female representation in the media, both positive and negative.
It’s story time kids!
I want to tell you a tale of three adventurers who fought against metal monsters in an epic battle known as “Rush Hour”
to place themselves in the kingdom of “Cinequest”. Yes, their battle was fierce, and many obstacles were thrown in their direction, but through sheer will and determination these three brave souls, from different walks of life, found one another, safe and ready for entertainment.
What’s happening, Nerds!? That’s right; I am back! I miss you all dearly, but I am having a great time working on my short film. I’ll have a blog for you about our progress soon! Thanks for the support!
I’m coming to you, out of my hiatus, to spread the despicable word of Walter White. Oh you’ve not heard of this man? Well please, invite me in for some lemonade and I will tell all I know.
Released this past Christmas, Saving Mr. Banks has already established itself as another Disney triumph, earning an Oscar nomination, a Golden Globe and SAG nomination for Emma Thompson, and over $77 million in the box office (so far). You’ll get no argument from me on the quality of this film: the cast was impeccable, the score was lovely, and the dripping sentiment for Disney’s Mary Poppins rings true for those of us that grew up with Disney as being the most culturally significant production company of our formative years.
Movies and beer go amazingly well together. In some cases, drinking enough beer can make a movie which would otherwise be a steaming pile of cow dung, absolute poetry. In other cases, though, finding the perfect beer that compliments a film can help shed new light on it by allowing not only your senses of sight and sound to experience it, but your sense of taste as well. Having had this epiphany, I thought it only prudent to share my vast knowledge of brews and movies through a beer and movie pairing.