Home Alone 2: Lost in New York is Kevin McCallister’s Redemption Arc

For anyone who loves Christmas movies, it probably would not be a surprise to hear Home Alone’s main character, Kevin McCallister, is a jerk. In the now classic Christmas film, Kevin acts selfishly and cruelly. He is entitled throughout. While at the end of the film he does get the satisfaction of being reunited with his mother, [...]

Getting Scared to Control Our Fears: Why it Might be Beneficial to Watch a Horror Movie During the Time of COVID-19

We all know constant, long term stress can have negative mental and physical impacts, so a short period of time in which you choose to feel stressed and have a self-induced adrenal rush may not only let trick your brain into fight or flight mode, but will give you control even if only for a short period of time.

A Necessary Reckoning: Reese Witherspoon’s Interview with Ava DuVernay Shows Us How Much More Work Society Still Has to Do

According to DuVernay, there is a “painful awakening” occurring in our society. The reckoning is the first step, then reevaluating the systems and foundations that led us to the reckoning is the next step.

Queer Eye: We’re in Japan! Takes Us on a Journey of Self-Love… But Is That What We’re Looking For?

And while it is not to be said the Fab Five’s work is unimportant, the spark of the earlier seasons seems to be gone. The story is no longer about accepting each other, it’s about self-love. Queer Eye once felt inspirational and heart-warming, but now it feels emotionally exploitative and forced.