Monthly Archive: September, 2011

Drive Review


From the first beat of its pulsing electronic score, the first titles, emblazoned in hot pink script, the first images of Los Angeles in the night, Drive grabs you by the collar and… Continue reading

“Contagion” Infects America With Paranoia: Viral Marketing and Viral Diseases in the 21st Century


WARNING:  Read this contagious review at your own risk.  And it contains plot spoilers. “The average person touches their face three to five times every waking minute. In between that we’re touching doorknobs,… Continue reading

A Review of “Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close” by Jonathan Safran Foer


            I don’t remember many specifics from when I was twelve years old.  I know that I was in the seventh grade and that having Mrs. Leinhos for Language Arts and Literature back-to-back… Continue reading