If I were asked to pick three things that define my life’s routine, three things that I thoroughly enjoy every day, I would have to say running, eating baby carrots, and listening to podcasts, probably in that order. All are things that I have been doing on a daily basis for at least two years; I’m a creature of habit, what can I say? I’ve been running my whole life, and I've been a vegetarian since college. I delight in a brisk seven miler followed by a veggie binge in front of an episode of The Office, which may make me sound weird enough without incorporating my last choice of life-defining property. Whenever I'm doing something on my own, whether it be driving to work, doing my laundry, grocery shopping, or yes, running through the streets of Buffalo, I am constantly listening to podcasts.
Greenleaf is a popular drama series on OWN. Season 4 concluded on Tuesday, November 5, 2019. On that same date, it was renewed for Season 5 to the delight of viewers. If the series sticks to its regular pattern, it will not return until August 2020.
We're heading into the Thanksgiving-Christmas-New Years movie season and before 2019 is over your local cinema is going to be packed. There will be sequels to Frozen and Jumanji bringing in the family demographic. Other movie-goers will flock to see another Tom Hooper directed adaption of a hit broadway musical, a Tom Hanks starring Mr. Rogers biopic and a Rian Johnston directed Murder Mystery. To add to the craziness, a little film called Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is going to be bringing every person in the world to a movie theatre.
From animation to live-action
Equality; the state of being equal, especially in status, rights or opportunities. It can be hard to put yourself in someone else’s shoes. Every individual has their own set of struggles as we try to do the best we can with our lives. As we get older, more struggles and obstacles become apparent after the ones we manage to overcome—but not everyone was put at the same starting position. Some were given a head start; they were born with a little extra status or wealth and while the security of their future is not guaranteed, if they play their cards right that head start will lead them on a path to success. Others were put at the back of the pack, unable to obtain the same opportunities as others merely through the circumstances of their birth. Perhaps their hard work will pay off later in life, perhaps they’ll get lucky, or maybe they’ll get left behind in the dust. We don’t know what the future holds for every individual, but surely we should be doing all that we can to ensure that everyone gets a fair shot in the beginning?
All Might is the central pillar holding up My Hero Academia. But he has death flags all over him and I have some conflicted feelings about this. First of all let me clarify things. Fear not, All Might is not dead. He is still alive in well in the manga, but throughout the manga there have been numerous times where his death has been not so subtly foreshadowed.
Netflix Original movies are coming out like crazy! There are more coming out than there are on this list... but I wanted to present to you these six because I believe they will make the most impact on Netflixers this month. I hope you like action movies! More importantly, I hope you are not sick of Christmas yet ... because there is a Christmas movie on this list. (I'm a little sorry for this.) Either way, be sure to check out The Man Without Gravity! It's number 4 on this list.
Game of Thrones was a show that I didn’t expect to like at all. I know a bunch of people in my life who fell in love with the show, and I just didn’t think that it was for me. But my husband loved the show and he wanted to rewatch the whole series before the final season came out, which we had to wait over a year for it to premiere. So, he got me to watch it with him and to be honest, I ended up liking it a lot more than I expected to.
Now I remember the time when my sister had wanted me to watch the movie A Walk to Remember. At first I didn't have an interest in watching it. But, after a while of trying to convince me, I decided to give the movie a chance and after watching it, I ended up falling in love with it.
I must admit that I was never much of a Dragon Ball Z fan before. I remember having a boyfriend years ago who used to watch it all the time and have mentioned it to me plenty of times. But I was never interested in it and never thought that I was ever going to watch it. But then when I married my husband, he watched it all the time and as I sat with him, I started to watch it and it is a lot more interesting than I thought it was.
I love old movies. There was a charm about them, a charm that came from not having every little thing explained. We celebrate the concept of a film that leaves information out—all the while, we route for another film for the anthology to tell us everything about the universe we are watching.