“Do you want to know the oldest lie in America, Senator? It’s that power can be innocent.” With one statement, Lex Luthor calls into question decades of actions and supposed trustworthiness of a super heroes. Can we really trust those in power? Should we? And if we can’t – what can we trust? Many critics decided early on that “Batman Vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice” would fall flat on its
I was trapped in a room once, for a few days when I was twenty years old. It remains one of my most confusing, terrifying memories to this day. I didn’t know much about “Room” going in except that the main characters had been kidnapped. I wasn’t really prepared to go through those same emotions again, nor to have the same old questions pop up. Will they ever be answered?
Last week Zoe Saldana came under fire for being cast as singer and activist Nina Simone in the upcoming biopic “Nina.” The controversy has centered around Saldana having to don blackface and a prosthetic nose to portray the singer more authentically. The issue has brought up questions regarding the continued lack of diversity in Hollywood. Let’s first address the idea that Zoe Saldana is somehow not black enough to play
“I am of the strong belief that death can be made a temporary condition.” – Victor Frankenstein What do you believe about death? The afterlife? What about the moments in between? The ideas we have about death shape how we live our lives, as shown by the characters in 2015’s “Victor Frankenstein.” Victor Frankenstein, played by James McAvoy, is a scientist driven mad by the possibility of bringing beings back