Ding Dong XL…reviewed in 150 words

Developer: Nickervision Studios Publisher: Nickervision Studios Available on: PC, Mobile, Nintendo Switch Played on: Switch A review shouldn’t be too concerned with spent effort, or price. If a wonderful film is wonderful more from luck than effort, it is still wonderful. If a terrible game is terrible despite thousands of hours of gruelling development, it… Continue reading Ding Dong XL…reviewed in 150 words

One Hundred Years of Solitude

It is difficult to know where to start with a book like this. I see little point in divulging any details of the plot as, for one, I do not believe the nuts and bolts of the narrative are as important as the language, the philosophy, and the general feeling of the novel. It would… Continue reading One Hundred Years of Solitude

L.A. Confidential – Classically Lacking #10

Adapted from the James Elroy novel of the same name, LA Confidential uses a typically twisted and layered plot of deception, lies, and vice, to study its central cast of characters and their relationship to justice in a city riddled with racial tension and inequality, which means that although set in the 50’s and made in the 90’s, it still speaks to contemporary issues.

The Princess Bride – Classically Lacking #7

In 2018 the world lost William Goldman, writer of Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid, All the Presidents Men, and The Princess Bride, a movie that, to my great shame, I had never seen. As the industry, and beyond, recalled Goldman’s talent and success, I felt as if I was missing out on something tremendous.