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The Intrepid Explorer: First Flight Out Now!

I am most happy to announce that my first novel, The Intrepid Explorer: First Flight is now finally available to buy via Amazon! The Intrepid Explorer: First Flight follows the adventure of a disjointed group of refugees, who need to work together and learn to trust and rely upon each other in order to survive,…

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Guardians (2017) – The Russian Avengers Spoof

(At least I hope it is meant as a spoof…) Guardians is one of those really weird high-budget films that doesn’t act like it deserves its high budget. Let’s get right down to it. The film has the feel of a major blockbuster film, but at the same time the writing is so bad, you…

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IO (2019) – The MacGuffin

Thus far, Netflix only counts 13 original Sci-Fi films their own. It is all the more disappointing that one of their newest entries, IO, is a big letdown. The concept is great. We meet Sam (Margaret Qualley), a young woman (probably in her early twenties, but not quite clear) and one of the last people…

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The Boys – Brilliant Anti-Superhero Superhero TV Show

Amazon Studios has delivered another winner for its streaming service Prime. The Boys at times feels like a comedy, but is as dark as it gets. The Boys is set in a fictional version of today, where superheroes are a given. However, unlike most superhero films and shows, the world of The Boys doesn’t give…

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The Lion King Franchise

This review discusses the new 2019 version of the Lion King, as well as all other previously released material. There will be no further spoiler warnings, as we are dealing with commonly known plot points. The Lion King is a fascinating franchise. For one, it has been shrouded in controversy, as it appears to have…

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SOLO – Yet Another Star Wars Story…

I skipped SOLO in theatres, as I was not the least bit interested in seeing it, but I recently caught it at a friend’s place, who had bought the digital version of the film, so I am ending up reviewing it after all. Right of the back, I want to mention that SOLO did not…

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Bla Bla Bland – La La Land (2016) Review

After a very long summer break, I am back with more movie reviews and we start things off with La La Land (2016). I skipped this one, when it came out in theatres and only recently got around to viewing it. With films that are talked about a lot, I often like to wait until…

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Life Is Like a Musical

It’s been a long summer break and now it is time to populate this section with some of my daily experiences. I believe the reason why I come up with creative stories and why I love to do so, is because my life often plays out like a TV show, a movie or a musical.…

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