The stories, for the most part, are adorable and bear similarities to stories such as Grimms’ Fairy Tales. They instill a sense of morality and cautionary tales within each enchanting story.
My Youth Romantic Comedy is Wrong As I Expected Volume 11 Review
My Youth Romantic Comedy is Wrong As I Expected Volume 11, from Yen Press, is written by Wataru Watari with illustrations by Ponkan 8 and translations by Jennifer Ward. It continues the story of Hachiman Hikigaya, Yukino Yukinoshita, and Yui Yuigahama. Their relationship has come a long way from the continuous insults in the beginning. This issue has the humor of previous ones and heartfelt moments, and even adorable nostalgic moments from their past.
Mary J. Blige’s My Life Review
Mary J. Blige’s My Life explores the emotions and life of musical icon Mary J. Blige during her sophomore album titled My Life. That album struck a chord with a generation and spoke to their pain and struggles. It should come as no surprise that Mary J. Blige herself was struggling at that time. While the documentary, directed by Vanessa Roth, does talk to Mary J. Blige about the hardships of that time, it is more a reflection. Indeed, she has come far and part of what helped her, she acknowledges, were her fans.
SUNDANCE Review: ‘Coda’ Is A Lovely, Quirky Story We Don’t See Enough
Coda is an entertaining, funny, heartfelt look at a family. Ruby (Emilia Jones) is a teenager and the only hearing member of her family and she becomes torn between being there for her family or her dream of becoming a singer. Ruby has long been the defender and interpreter for her family, both for phone calls, orders, and working on their fishing boat. She initially had no dreams outside of her life, but when she sees a boy she likes signs up for choir and she follows suit, new opportunities are set in motion.
BLACKPINK: Light Up The Sky Give Blinks More of What They Love
To be clear, there may be bias because I am both a fan of kpop and a fan of Blackpink. Ever since the minimalist intro…