I woke up this morning with a sore throat. I've decided that I'm either sick (my brother is sick) or it's the air quality with all these wildfires going on. As most people do when they're sick, I whined to my mother. My grandma joined in and said she had gotten a box of Lumen'swatermelon cough drops from Family Health Services. Then I realized, when have watermelon flavored cough drops ever helped with a sore throat?
For a while now, I have wanted to do an interview with someone but I wasn’t able to decide on who. Who would want to take the time with an amateur writer like myself? I ignored that annoying voice in my head and began to focus on who I would want to interview. Out of everyone I would want to talk to I realized that the most questions I had pertained to other members of the LGBT community. Why not interview a drag queen? I’ve always been interested in them but too shy to ask questions, there had to be others with questions just like me.
Spider-Man: Homecoming, Peter Parker returns again to the great silver screen, this time he faces against the villain called The Vulture. Enjoying his experience fighting alongside the immaculate Iron Man, the young spider-ling returns to live with his Aunt May and adjusts between balancing being a high-school student and also being Spider-Man. Peter feels responsible to express his worthiness to Tony Stark and to prove he’s worthy to be an Avenger.
The Imitation Game is a 2014 historical thriller directed by Morten Tydum and written by Graham Moore. Benedict Cumberbatch plays a real life historical figure, Alan Turing, who had a crucial role during World War II deciphering German codes for the British. His costars also include Kiera Knightley, Rory Kinnear, Charles Dance, Matthew Good, and Mark Strong.