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Thoughts on… Inside Out (2015)

Pixar Animation Studio’s fifteenth feature film, Inside Out (2015, dir. Pete Docter) is a psycho-educational tale about the turbulence and development of emotions in the mind of one young girl. Its synopsis is as follows: After young Riley is uprooted from her Midwest life and moved to San Francisco, her emotions – Joy, Fear, Anger, […]

Thoughts on… Frozen (2013)

A juggernaut of children’s cinema now embedded in our pop culture landscape forevermore,¬†Frozen¬†(2013) entered the public consciousness with a very loud bang. Telling the story of two royal young women with different paths in life, its synopsis is as follows: When the newly crowned Queen Elsa accidentally uses her power to turn things into ice […]

The Five Senses Blogathon

When I saw this blogathon over at the most marvellous Karamel Kinema, I knew I had to partake in it immediately. This excellent blogathon was created by Nostra of MyFilmviews (in association with MovieInsiders and Karamel Kinema) and focuses on the five senses of the human body – sight, sound, taste, smell, and touch. The […]

Escape From Tomorrow (2013): “You could be a host and not even know it.”

It’s a small world after all. Escape From Tomorrow (2013) is the debut film by writer-director Randy Moore. It is a psychological-horror-sci-fi-thriller centered around Jim and his family, who are on the last day of their holiday at Walt Disney World in Florida. Early in the morning, Jim learns that he has been fired from […]