Four Brothers One World
Experiments in Diversity through Storytelling
The Post - Review
|Posted by [email protected] on February 10, 2018 at 11:45 AM||comments (2186)|
review written by Declyn Raif
The Post, which was directed by Steven Spielberg, is a dramatic portrayal of the Washington Post’s release of the Pentagon Papers.
Meryl Streep & Tom Hanks are great entertainers and were instrumental in bringing Katherine Graham, the first female publisher of a major American Newspaper, and Ben Bradlee, a newspaper editor for the Washington Post, alive on the screen.
The story shows the importance of the press and the first amendment. Furthermore, this story helps support women empowerment through the eyes of Mrs. Graham who struggles in what those of the time called a “Man’s World.”
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Movie Review: The Intouchables
|Posted by [email protected] on October 29, 2014 at 2:35 PM||comments (6995)|
by Jory Shelton (aka Jo-Fry)
The Intouchables is an amazing movie/experience for anyone to partake in.
Whether you have a great and easy life, or a sad and hard one, this movie will help you to find the in-between.
Laugh, love, cry, and feel connected to each and every character.
This movie is a diamond in the rough. Where so many movies have failed to show every aspect within living with disability, whether it be yours or someone else's, this movie delivers it flawlessly. With laughter, it will bring you in. Then you start to see the realism of this world within disability.
I strongly recommend this movie to all of society.