Mimo le Singe

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

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Toronto Fringe Festival 2019: 'Mourning After The Night Before' Review
13 days ago
TRIGGER WARNING: this performance contains depictions of, and discussions about, suicide and mental health. For educational resources about these subject matters, visit this website. In life, we often...
Mimo Reviews: 'Booksmart' (2019)
2 months ago
When I first heard about Booksmart, having not seen the trailer nor read about it actively online, I hadn't felt so excited to watch a movie about bookworms practically since Matilda as a child. Thoug...
Anime Sunday: First Impressions of 'Mecha-Ude' (Pilot Episode - 2019)
2 months ago
Reina Scully is a YouTuber who I find endearing for her "kawaii" personality and love of anime. I enjoy watching her videos about Japanese culture every now and again; when I found out recently that s...
Mimo's Reviews: 'Pokémon Detective Pikachu' (2019)
2 months ago
I'll admit, I was never the biggest fan of the Pokémon franchise growing up. Between the card game no one knows how to play, and the constant overflow of content, I've just haven't felt any incentive ...
'Young, Broke and Talented' (2015) Is Progressive, Raw, and Unapologetic
2 months 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
3 months 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...