The Lorax: A review you thneed to read

I think it must be especially challenging to take a beloved book and translate it to film. I think it must be an even a greater undertaking to adapt a highly praised and cherished children’s book that is shorter than a novella (to say the least) into an 86 minute 3D feature. That is to … Continue reading

The girl who watched The Dragon Tattoo

I am not someone who believes you should read the book before you watch the movie, or that you should read the book after the movie. Books and films are two separate mediums and I consider them to be two separate art forms and should be judged on their own merits. Having said that, when … Continue reading