Film Review: Caesar and Cleopatra (1945)

Film Review: Caesar and Cleopatra (1945)

"Caesar and Cleopatra" ~ The two-hour long film from 1945 is an adaptation of the George Bernard Shaw play from 1898. The somewhat historically accurate plot line follows the true political alliance between Julius Caesar (solider and eventual dictator of Rome) and Cleopatra Selene VII (queen of Egypt,) and explores the connection between each other. [...]

On Purpose

We live in a guilt-ridden society: a society of people who are repressed and controlled by guilt. What is "guilt" or "feeling guilty"? It means to experience negative emotions about oneself, due to the negative impact of our thoughts, actions, and way of being. I agree that all human beings have legitimate reasons to feel [...]

Try-it Tuesday ~ Fire Elixir

The Fire Elixir is a potent herbal cider that can be diluted with another drink or consumed like a shot. It's made up of organic apple cider vinegar, horseradish, garlic, ginger, onion, turmeric, cayenne, paprika, and raw honey. It comes with many health benefits such as strengthening the immune system, clearing sinuses, stimulating circulatory system, [...]

Melanie Martinez’s “K-12” ~ A Cute & Creepy Film About the School of Life

Melanie Martinez just dropped a visual album, "K-12." The film, essentially a sci-fi musical, is over an hour-and-a-half long. It's a continuation of her first album, "Cry Baby," which is the introduction of the persona of Crybaby. Her style is very unique and specific -- cute and creepy, a theme of childlike innocence mixed with [...]