Margot Robbie gives an Oscar-worthy push in ‘I, Tonya’ (ClickTheCity)

I love Margot Robbie. I loved her since Wolf of Wall Street, where I found her matching Leonardo Di Caprio scene-for-scene. She wasn't swallowed by his immense skill and the vivacity of his role. She stood her ground and met him on equal ground. She out-Will Smith-ed Will Smith in Focus and nailed it in…Read more Margot Robbie gives an Oscar-worthy push in ‘I, Tonya’ (ClickTheCity)

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‘Bright’ tackles too much and comes out underdeveloped (InterAksyon)

So I was invited to the cinema premiere of Bright a week ago and I was so scared that I wasn't going to enjoy it because I heard so many bad things about it online. I do find the premise interesting and it reminded me of Alien Nation, and I really loved that film. So I went to…Read more ‘Bright’ tackles too much and comes out underdeveloped (InterAksyon)

Revisiting: Songs of Mass Destruction by Annie Lennox

I was not the biggest fan of Songs of Mass Destruction when it came out. I'm a huge Annie Lennox fan and Diva and Medusa are two of my favorite albums ever and when she released Bare, I may not have loved each song as reverently as I did in her first two albums but the songs I…Read more Revisiting: Songs of Mass Destruction by Annie Lennox

grinding again

No, this is not a post about Grindr. I don't see myself coming back to that app anytime soon, if ever. This is about a project I'm working on that required me to be out of town for a two-day shoot. Through a friend, I landed a project where I get to redesign and reimagine…Read more grinding again

Review of Focus and an article on The Thinking Man’s Classroom

Been catching movies again lately, now that Arts Month is done and Fringe is over and I am not rushing to another show (though, to be honest, I have a play to watch every day of this weekend starting tomorrow). I was able to catch Focus yesterday and I thought it was a pretty solid…Read more Review of Focus and an article on The Thinking Man’s Classroom