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Editorials Film Reviews

Quarantine Retrospective: Ghost World

Ghost World is in many ways a prequel of today’s modern day millennial women. Self absorbed, narcissistic, insufferable, consumed by self misery and the false sense of heroism via social justice.

Entertainment News

Scarlett Johansson Under Fire Again For Casting Decision

Scarlett Johansson is once again at the center of what is shaping up to be another casting controversy. Re-teaming with her Ghost in the Shell director Rupert Sanders, Johansson is set to star in a feature called Rub & Tug, about the true-life story of Jean Marie Gill, who was assigned female at birth but who assumed the identity of a man, Dante “Tex” Gill, and operated a massage parlor and prostitution business in Pittsburgh in the 1970s and ’80s.

Film Reviews

Ghost In The Shell (Guest Review Ft. JasonsMovieBlog)

Ghost in the Shell is a step in the right direction for Hollywood in adapting anime movies into live-action features films, opening up the possibilities for better translations and erasing bad memories of some past endeavors (see Dragonball: Evolution). So, I just have this left to say…. I am Jason and I give me consent for you to like and comment on my review of Ghost in the Shell.