In Review: The Gateway

The Gateway is a prime example of the classic sci-fi trope ‘when science goes too far.’ A gripping story of murderous husbands and parallel worlds, John V. Soto and Michael White have taken the idea of teleportation and dangled it’s endless possibilities and dire consequences right in front of our noses. Jane Chandler (Jacqueline McKenzie) is a particle physicist and researcher who has been experimenting with matter teleportation … Continue reading In Review: The Gateway

81 Thoughts I Had While Watching The 90th Oscars

I have always wanted to watch The Oscars. In the past I had never really had the time to sit through a prolonged award ceremony, the exception being my high school academic award presentations which went on FOREVER. This year was different though; I had a day free and decided it was time to indulge in a little Oscars frivolity. So, here are three and … Continue reading 81 Thoughts I Had While Watching The 90th Oscars

Rebel Wilson and Globalisation

Globalisation is an ideal that has influenced almost every industry, especially the entertainment industry. Due to an increase in technology and media coverage it is becoming increasingly easier for celebrities from all different countries to make a name for themselves internationally. Rebel Wilson has been able to establish a successful career through being a product of the trends of globalisation. Trends such as global travel, … Continue reading Rebel Wilson and Globalisation

How To Be Single: Minor Characters Breaking Major Ground

When going off to the cinema to see How To be Single I expected to see a cliché yet entertaining film about your typical straight, white female trying to “find herself” by moving to the concrete jungle and naïvely navigating the New York night-life. My suspicions were confirmed with the movie incorporating various elements of the Hollywood formula for a good chick-flick: the token chubby friend … Continue reading How To Be Single: Minor Characters Breaking Major Ground