Encanto‘s Intergenerational Trauma Explored Through Disney Hallmarks

Like its protagonist, Encanto is gifted in less obvious ways than its Disney peers. Under the surface, the film’s story is tapping into the heartbeat of a generation at odds with its ancestors’ way of doing things. Its standardized aesthetics and house of mouse be-true-to-yourself narrative hypnotize youth to bring a strong message of intergenerationalContinue reading Encanto‘s Intergenerational Trauma Explored Through Disney Hallmarks”

Being the Ricardos Review: “Mr. Sorkin, You’re Not Needed on Set”

In his third directing work Being the Ricardos, Aaron Sorkin proves once and for all that he’s better off handing his witty prose to someone who knows where to place a camera, or else he runs the risk of being misjudged as another outdated and insensitive white male. The creator of The West Wing andContinue reading “Being the Ricardos Review: “Mr. Sorkin, You’re Not Needed on Set””