Category Archives: Holiday Films

Portraying Love Honestly: Where ‘P.S. I Love You’ Succeeds and Stumbles

Love is probably the most common theme in media, and I do mean all mediums. Movies, books, sonnets, music, tattoos, documentaries, children’s drawings, slideshows, art exhibits — you name it, and there will be a plethora of material attempting to … Continue reading

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Happy New Year, everyone! I hope the holidays were pleasant, or at least tolerable, for all of you. I know, since a lot of us are struggling in a myriad of ways, these festive times can seem like society is … Continue reading

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