Literally all the points I’m trying to make are right here. A sentence I will quote is, “This musical is so incredible because it actually makes you feel the whole range of emotions throughout the show and leaves the audience saying, ‘Awesome. Wow!’” Also, the author and I have the same favorite line from “Wait for It”, so you could say it’s destiny.
A Tennessee Williams revival that’s deeply moving. Honestly, I didn’t understand the plot that well, but I know that it was pretty trippy. I liked that it began with them at 10 years old and then progressed gradually. Also a big fan of that other girl who’s everything that the main girl isn’t, because it reminds me of Mariah and Eliza in Hamilton.
I was immediately drawn to this article because I was curious about what famous writers look up to. You never forget a book that makes you think or feel differently. Based on this article, I might include some of Lin's influences.
Christine Vachon’s films center on the kind of protagonists that are rarely found in mainstream Hollywood cinema. She hasn’t provided countless gender fluid women with the kickstart that they needed to get their careers aligned. This article also walked us through Vachon's relationships with other workers backstage and how she manages them.
A sentence I would like to quote is, “This is the kind of movie you live in as much as watch.” Which is absolutely true because the film brings a romantic and rich aura. It ultimately doesn’t matter who you are or what your sexuality is because this movie is so elegant and materializes feelings you didn’t know you had.
The movie and Tommy Wiseau are both mysterious, comical, and down right outrageous. The article does a great job of not putting this movie or Wiseau in a box, because frankly, no one really knows what to do with them. The author doesn’t just give a summary either.
The author undoubtedly formed an unlikely friendship with Tom Petty. She brings life to his story and makes us feel as if we know him too, while also blending in some of her own stories. A sentence i would like to mimic is, “Rock ’n’ roll has always been a thing that has its most complete moments somewhere out on the margins, largely out of view.”
I was immediately drawn to this article because I had heard high praises from a friend. Unlike other juvenile detention center shows, this one is determined to show some good that comes out of a correctional facility (its not always prison fights). The show paints them in a positive light, they are both mature and immature.
This article is purely opinion based and sparked some outrage within me. However, the author was extremely informed on the history of the bands and their music, which allowed for a deeper understanding. It provided an excellent example of how to best phrase your opinions and put yourself on a high pedestal.
This article discusses McCreary's childhood obsession with film scores and how it influenced his career now. It also talks about how to avoid staying confined to one genre of music. A sentence I would like to quote is, “And I think that music generally has to make a bolder statement in order to get the audience’s attention, pull them into the world, make them believe in the world.”