Disney World. What comes to mind when you hear these two words? Do you reminisce about childhood magic and colorful castles? Or perhaps your thoughts immediately jump to overcrowded rides and oppressive humidity. Either way, the phrase “Disney World” sparks vivid images for nearly everyone. Directed and co-written by Sean Baker, “The Florida Project” thoughtfully captures an
Lou Lou Safran is a native Angeleno who has always had a desire to entertain others. Growing up in a creative household surrounded by music and film, Lou Lou made her cinematic debut in the 2016 Nicholas Sparks drama, The Choice.
There’s nothing better than spending an afternoon reading a wonderful book in a cozy bookstore.
Disclaimer: If you don’t have a solid chunk of free time– meaning an entire afternoon– do not even attempt to read Maile Meloy’s newest novel, “Do Not Become Alarmed,” as readers will become instantly captivated by the thriller’s suspenseful and twisty plot.
Zoe Lister-Jones far surpasses the traditional definition of a triple threat, with writing, directing, acting, and producing under her belt. Lister-Jones wears many hats in her latest film “Band Aid,” as not only did she write the script and direct the film, but she also starred in it as well.
Living in Los Angeles, we are constantly surrounded by both struggling and aspiring artists. Written and directed by Zoe-Lister Jones, “Band Aid” tells the story of two such individuals, Anna (Jones), an Uber driver with a failed book deal, and Ben (Adam Pally), a graphic designer turned couch potato. The couple attempts to move past
Whether it’s “Another Day of Sun,” “Lovely Night,” or the Oscar-winning “City of Stars,” I have memorized every single song from the “La La Land” soundtrack. The songs have been playing on repeat on my Spotify account since the film was first released this past December.
Dun-dun. If you’re a true fan of “Law & Order: SVU” like I am, you will know what that sound is referring to, and I won’t explain it here, because I only appreciate the true fans.
Ever since I was little, storytelling and writing have been my favorite pastimes, so it was destined that I would fall in love with watching TV.
It might be April Fools Day, but I am not kidding when I say that “Dear Evan Hansen” is one of the best musicals I have seen in years. The phenomenal Ben Platt portrays Evan Hansen, an awkward, anxiety-ridden, painfully shy teenager, trying to survive his senior year of high school.