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
How do you say goodbye, to the shit that's not healthy for you? Turn off the light, shut the door, and walk away in silent. I still struggle with it. Do you swallow that pride and weed out the demons in disguise, Amongst the rest of the people in your life, Even if your back is … Continue reading Composure (Poetry)
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.
K. Sankofa isn't your ordinary music artist. With a dab of hip, a splash of jazz, and a spruce of Caribbean flow, he surely knows how to keep his sound original, while eclectic in the ears of his listeners. That isn't the norm produced in the music rooted from Wisconsin, or from the stereotype from … Continue reading Q&A Feature: K. Sankofa
I am at it again, but this time with Canadian writer and filmmaker, Saul Pincus, as we go more in depth on his film "Nocturne." Ya know, the one I was so intrigued with, I had to watch it twice? Now I go more in depth and behind the process of film making with the man himself!