The third installment of How to Train Your Dragon was a huge disappointment in my view. My expectations for the closure of the trilogy and Netflix series was high. The story felt rushed and for me the comedy itself was lacking in The Hidden World. I wish the story was more invested in the journey … Continue reading Film Review: How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World
Life Itself is one of the most beautiful performances I've seen in film today. In my opinion, Oscar Wilde and Antonio Banderas did wonders carrying this film and bringing the beauty of the stories to life. This is one of Banderas' best performances in his whole career, in my opinion. It's a sophisticated story-line that … Continue reading Film Review: Life Itself
I’m done being caged up in a zoo. I'm breaking free from these steel bars and stepping forward in my own shoes and turning in these combat boots. There's no more backing down. I’m not sticking around. I’m moving on and turning this frown upside down. I need to get my mind out of the … Continue reading Rise Above (Poetry)
I sit down and converse with another veteran turned artist about his music, his philosophy with art and life, and how the military shaped him as an artist.
The main setting of the film, the record store, gives a nostalgic vibe with the small business mindset and appreciating the times when music lovers turned to their collection of vinyls and compact discs, rather than digital and/or streaming collections of today's society.