Twenty-Four years young.
College Student studying English and Education.
Hopes of becoming an author and want to get my voice somewhere it's appreciated.
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Analysis
This analysis will be defined by the following themes: (a) Community, (b) Empathy & Love, ( c ) Truth, (d) Good vs Evil, (e) Youth/ Coming of Age, (f) Abuse & Neglect, (g) Generally Problematic, (h) General Observations.
An Analysis: Prisoner of Azkaban
This analysis will be organized by theme in order to make it slightly easier to follow. The themes that will be discussed in this analysis will be: a) justice, b) responsibility, c) morality, d) time, e) friendship, f) neglect/abuse as well as g) generally problematic instances.
Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets: Analysis
In this analysis of Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets I will be specifically looking for instances of these themes: information & rumors, fear, choice & identity, prejudice vs respect, empathy, and hysteria.
An Analysis: Harry Potter & The Sorcerer's Stone
After making some rather distasteful and transphobic comments; the support for JK Rowling has quickly dissipated. But the love for the series that made her famous still is strong. Of Course, I spoke up about these issues publicly on Tik Tok (BMiki13 if you want to watch them, and I will also be the first to admit that yea, the wording is kind of aggressive but the point behind them still stands).
Personally, I like to celebrate Halloween the entire month of October. I like to get in the spooky mood by watching horror movies. You can basically find them anywhere; Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, Disc, and they tend to release in theaters around this time as well. While this list isn’t ranked, I do think these are the best of the horror movies.
I currently work in retail, and it makes me miss waitressing every other day. So if this is a little disorganized, I apologize. This is a rant about the ridiculousness that is the retail industry and what I have to put up with on a near daily basis.
Comics' Hottest Characters
THE FLASH The fastest man alive, scarlet speedster, sometimes changes events… Barry Allen. He’s often portrayed as funny, nerdy, and having a lot of turmoil. At least in more modern renditions, especially Arrow-verse Barry. He’s traditionally seen with chiseled features and managing to save the day by the skin of his teeth. At least he’ll rarely be late for dates.
The Fate of Spider-Man
Unless you’ve been taking an internet detox, you probably heard about the divorce between Sony and Disney/Marvel. Which held the fans of Tom Holland’s Peter Parker (Spider-Man) in anticipation while the two multi billion dollar companies duked it out on how to split the millions of dollars this character was worth. Different sources are saying different things. But the majority of fans place the blame on Sony since the character they love so much began in the MCU with Disney.