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I'm just your average, everyday word chimp that loves entertainment media and anything creative. Happy Reading!

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'Young, Broke and Talented' (2015) Is Progressive, Raw, and Unapologetic
6 days ago
This is a book review I wrote for the Toronto Public Library with regards to the anthology book that I had contributed a submission to several years ago called Young, Broke and Talented. If you would ...
'People of the Book' (2008): An Analysis
a month ago
Warning: Contains spoilers. People of the Book, by Geraldine Brooks, is a novel that sets itself apart from many traditional works of historical fiction because of the wide-ranging themes prominent th...
Mimo Reviews: 'Synecdoche, New York' (2008)
a month ago
First off, I'd like to welcome you all to my very first film review! I've been wanting to do these for a long time now, and I'm excited to finally put my movie buffing to good use. I enjoy viewing—and...
Mimo Reviews: 'The Favourite' (2018)
3 months ago
NOTE: As I am largely unfamiliar with this period in British history, I will only be commenting on the work as is and not on the particular historical depictions featured in it. I enjoy family movie n...
Toronto Theatre Review: 'The Last Ship' (2019)
3 months ago
It had been almost two years since I wrote a theatre review as a critic for The Theatre Reader before the magazine was discontinued, and I'd been truly missing those near-regular theatre going days. A...
Why Do Bad Cartoons Have So Many Sidekicks?
3 months ago
You know, this is something that I've pondered for the longest time. It just seems as though the quality of an animated movie or series is correlated with how many companion characters are present in ...