As someone who remains emotionally reserved in his life, I use anger to help me understand myself and people.

I was waiting at a drive-through that seemed to never end. People were driving out of the line. Some opted for the McDonalds across the street. I stayed since it was a DoorDash request. After about 20 minutes, I was almost up.

Only one car ahead of me.

I then…

Whether it’s losing weight, eating healthy, reading more, spending time with friends and family, it’s challenging to alter our habits and reassess those elements of our world which have become so comfortable that we don’t even think about them nearly as often as we should.

I believe the desire to…

Shug’s Soda Fountain & Ice Cream is owned and run by native Seattle family Colleen Wilkie and Paul Dormann. Next month, Shug’s will be celebrating their four-year anniversary and expanding to West Seattle. Shug’s is all about delicious sundaes, sodas, floats, and an experience that both indulges nostalgia and creates…

JoJo Rabbit: The film about anti-hate and a petty Hitler.

The premise sounded way to bizarre for me to ignore: a little kid has Adolf Hitler as an imaginary friend. The trailer easily won me over with its charm and straight-up morbid goofiness. It helped that Taika Waitiki, a Jewish…

After the release of the critically acclaimed and culturally significant film CoCo, I could not wait to see what was to come for Disney/Pixar. I was a bit disappointed to know that the next film would have a strong fantasy theme filled with elves and dwarves. It’s certainly not my…

I’ll admit it right now: I’m not a fan of the Sonic franchise. However, a dear friend of mine has always had a deep passion for the series (and perhaps this is understating it). Because of him, I know more than I’d ever like to about Sonic and the world…

Most of us who grew up in the 90s grew up with Adam Sandler films, whether it was Billy Madison, Happy Gilmore, or even 50 First Dates. Eventually, we matured, and some of us acquired a different taste in humor. …

When the rumor of a Harley Quinn film was going to include the Birds of Prey I thought to myself: you know, that can work if done right. Sadly, DC’s track record has not been promising. Eventually, the trailer dropped for Birds of Prey: and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One…

You saw 1917; should I see this in theaters?

Without a doubt, yes. If you are looking for a film that will take you on an epic journey that mirrors the ancient Greek mythologies, this is it. It’s a film peppered with both quiet tension and heart-pounding, adrenaline-pumping sequences of…

Lou

A man trying to find his voice through writing.

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