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Emma’s Random (Reylo) Thoughts Part 5: Virgin Rey

I was not expecting to write this post, but I kept thinking about the idea of Rey as symbolic of a Religious Virgin and what that would mean for the film (and the potential of Reylo.) In my previous post, … Continue reading

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Emma’s Random (Reylo) Thoughts Part 4: Response to Comment

Frank Pellett was nice enough to comment on my third Reylo post, when I (finally!) posted my views and what I think Disney should do next. I’m not against Reylo cause it makes her weak, I’m against it cause it … Continue reading

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Emmas’s Random (Reylo) Thoughs Part 3: My Views

Ok, the last two pieces were kind of prologues to this post.  Now, at last, we get to my opinions about the Reylo ship, as well as my thoughts about what Disney should do next in the films. 1 There … Continue reading

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Emma’s Random (Reylo) Thoughts Part 2

So, I return to the idea of the Reylo ship (see part 1 for more details) and this one will detail both what Reylo devotees see as evidence that Reylo is canon (a part of the film) and the criticisms … Continue reading

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Nostalgic Films

I saw La La Land on Monday.  I enjoyed the film; the acting was good, the story was well told, I liked the music and it was well shot.  But it made me think about the role of nostalgia in … Continue reading

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Films About Women 35

1 Cleopatra (1963) I had a professor in college who once called this movie “four hours of sensuous boredom.”  That may be true, but this is still four hours worth spending. First of all, this movie is a part of … Continue reading

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Denial: Book, Film, and Adaptation

About a month ago I saw the film Denial, which tells the true story about Deborah Lipstadt, who wrote a book about Holocaust deniers.  One of her subjects, David Irving, sued her for libel in Britain.  The court ruled that … Continue reading

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