In a landscape of unprecedented book bannings from conservative politicians and activists, it seems almost too fortuitous that one of the most challenged books of all time Are you There God? It’s Me, Margaret (1970) by Judy Blume, renowned for its frank depiction of burgeoning teenage female sexuality and religious ennui would finally be adapted to the big screen, and at the end of the American Library Association’s National Library Week, and it was well worth the wait. Kelly Fremon…
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Written by Margaret “Molly” Rasberry, December 17th, 2022
1926 Bel Air, CA. Manny (Diego Calva) has been hired by renowned actress Greta Garbo to transport the animal entertainment for one of the biggest parties for the Hollywood elite. A hilarious exchange occurs when the transporting vehicle is too small for the animal, an Indian Elephant. Manny’s ingenuity is established when he is able to put the elephant…
Imagine the audiences’ collective surprise when the Universal logo faded, a toy commercial was projected on the screen, advertising an almost unholy amalgamation of a Furby, a troll doll, and a Baby Alive doll that had all those features, including defecation, that your child controlled on an app so that parents would not have to entertain or play with their offspring. The commercial copies all of the essential aesthetics of toys commercials, from the bright colors, children smiling adorably at…