Anomolisa—Another Kaufman tale about subconscious suffering, human desperation, and white men.
I wasn't planning on writing anything tonight, being it's 11:34pm on a Thursday, a school night. My initial plan was typical—watch a TV show, check Facebook, and go to bed. Things got a little fuzzier, however, 10 minutes ago, as I... Continue Reading →
What can be said about Spike Jonze’s Her? To call it brilliant would be a crime of over-simplification, for the complexity of Johansson and Phoenix's relationship not only tugs at the heart, but at the rational human mind, and our... Continue Reading →