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Interstellar: The Story of Love

Interstellar: The Story of Love

I think Interstellar might be one of my favourite films of all time. I’ve seen it three or four times now and each time I find it enriching to watch. This film is coated in physics and chemistry with tons of sci-fi goodness, yet at […]

The Economy of Time

The Economy of Time

“We are food for worms, lads! Because we’re only going to experience a limited number of springs, summers, and falls. One day, hard as it is to believe, each and every one of us is going to stop breathing, turn cold, and die!”  –  John Keating […]

Jesus doesn’t marry a Princess

Jesus doesn’t marry a Princess

The glass slipper lies idly on the cold stony steps waiting to be held. The voiceless beauty awaits a true loves kiss. The sleeping beauty waits even longer. The pumpkin turns into a carriage, the dwarfs sing in chorus, the witch is dead. And the […]

Black Mirror: The Entire History of You

Black Mirror: The Entire History of You

Imagine if you had a perfect memory. Imagine if you could store in your mind every moment and every conversation you have ever had. You wouldn’t forget anything, you would never lose your keys and if there was a moment that you wanted to watch […]

Frozen: True Love

Frozen: True Love

When I was a kid watching Disney films was a real treat. I grew up with the magic of Lion King, Beauty and the Beast and Jungle Book. Singing along and enjoying the classic boy meets girl story. I have written before about how Disney gets […]

Ender’s Game: Loving the Enemy

Ender’s Game: Loving the Enemy

“In the moment when I truly understand my enemy, understand him well enough to defeat him, then in that very moment I also love him” *Spoilers alert Ender is no typical teenager. He has been selected to save the world from a deadly race of […]

The Man Upstairs in the Lego Movie

The Man Upstairs in the Lego Movie

Last week my husband and I went to the cinema and watched the Lego movie. And everything was awesome… To be honest it ticked all of my inner geek boxes. With references from star trek, wars, gate and lord of the rings to super heroes […]

Disney and the Messages it Sends

Disney and the Messages it Sends

I grew up on Disney. The moving drawings, the damsel in distress, the out of the blue songs that make me cringe and yet I know all the words. A world of dragons,  talking animals, carpet rides, evil step mums, ugly sisters, useless fathers, pretty […]