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“How to Make an American Quilt” (’95): On Life and Relationships

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How to Make an American Quilt That’s a good question that I don’t know the answer to. This ’90s throwback recently came on Netflix and, because it starred Wyonna Ryder, I decided to watch. How to Make an American Quilt… Continue Reading →

Nostalgic Films – Disney Edition Part II

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Looking back nearly two decades ago to my childhood, these movies rank as my favorites. I see a pattern in my entertainment tastes, whether it’s a movie or tv show or recording artists. That is I am a fan of… Continue Reading →

Nostalgic Films: Disney Edition

Hi again! As I complete my last semester of paralegal studies, I find I have spent less time maintaining this blog – something I hope to work on in the the coming months. To those of you who continue to… Continue Reading →

Nostalgic Films: Lord of the Rings (2001-2003) – Part Two

Let’s begin with a refresher, shall we? Lord of the Rings is my favorite book and movie series The most important theme: fight for what you believe in. Why this book/movie series is important to me. I watch very few… Continue Reading →

Nostalgic Films: Lord of the Rings (2001-2003)

“That there’s some good in this world, Mr. Frodo. And it’s worth fighting for.” Samwise Gamgee, Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers Samwise Gamgee spoke these lines in The Two Towers (2002), part of the film and book trilogy… Continue Reading →

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