Tag Archives: Star Wars

Theme and Variations

Last week, Tony Zhou from Every Frame a Painting released another fantastic video about the music in the Marvel Cinematic Universe I don’t have much to add, but to summarize why Marvel movies don’t have particularly memorable music: The fashionable … Continue reading

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Insert Title Here

The title of a movie or a book is usually the first thing an audience encounters, but for me at least, it’s one of the last things I come up with. I’ll have a placeholder that I can refer to … Continue reading

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Dead Mothers In Children’s Movies

I feel like I only write about movies that came out more than a year ago, but I was quite impressed when I finally saw How To Train Your Dragon 2. I daresay it was better than the first one. I’ve … Continue reading

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Star Wars Needs To Boldly Go

I was finally able to see Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and I should toss my two cents in while it’s culturally relevant. First, if you haven’t seen the movie yet, and are thinking of doing so (Hello? Are you … Continue reading

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Long Shot

A few months ago I responded to an ad I found online looking for people to write science fiction short stories. This sounded right up my alley, so when they asked me to submit a sample, I jumped at the … Continue reading

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