One of the clearest generational differences that exist today is that those in their 20s and 30s don’t really want to grow up particularly quickly. Some see it as laziness, others as a desire to embrace curiosity and adventure, but the shunning of conventional adulthood is everywhere. The craving for activities and fun that doesn’t … Continue reading
Canada is pretty great! And not just because of the universal healthcare and love of cottage living. A lot has happened in the last few months that seems somewhat out of step for the stereotype of the country, and it’s all for the better. I wrote about these new and exciting developments in Canada for … Continue reading
Elle Fanning’s character Jesse isn’t dead when the film opens, it just looks like she is. Jesse lies motionless on a couch, her head and legs hanging off in an uncomfortable, lifeless way, with her neck covered in so much blood it’s dripping down her arm. A man is taking photographs of the haunting scene. It’s … Continue reading
Moments of levity are welcome when a movie involving a dozen or so characters with enhanced abilities and superhuman talents are contentiously battling each other on an abandoned airport runway. Some of them have met before, some haven’t; their allegiances and friendships are ever changing, there will be bruised bones and egos, and maybe serious … Continue reading
Through experience, instruction, and confidence, I feel like I have an insight when it comes to love, sex, and relationships that is both unique and engaging. So I used opportunity to delve into some of the more intriguing subcultures in Toronto, as well as some particularly common yet occasionally problematic situations.