Red Clocks is a story set in a (near) dystopian future not so kind to women’s reproductive rights. It’s illegal to have an abortion, IVF is no longer allowed and embryos have rights. The story follows four women, each with her own set of struggles to face in this new world. Here’s what I thought.
It’s been 30+ years since I’ve seen this. I discovered there’s a good bit of it I’d forgotten. Here’s what I thought of the 1984 Karate Kid today.
The Rocketeer is about a young racing pilot who finds a rocket that straps onto his back… and the adventure that ensues.
This one starts with giving birth and is the journey of self discovery that follows.
There are no fictional monsters in the spooky setting of Session 9. Can you predict what’s going on here? It’s kinda slow but just wait.
And another and another and another day passes.
Death Sentence is a powerful and remarkable account of reaction to living through something terribly unimaginable to the everyday person. Here is what I thought.
It is a tender story, one that will wrap around your heart and weave it’s way into your subconscious.
My husband made some ah-mazing bread.
It’s been almost a solid two weeks since going anywhere… we snuck out for just a little bit.