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My First Short Story! – The Pink Sweater

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Archive for July, 2011

Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk

My Rating: 5 stars Fight Club follows an unnamed main character, who suffers from insomnia because of jet lag from frequent business trips he takes around the country. The Narrator’s doctor tells him to go to various support groups to see what “real suffering is like”. He finds that sharing the problems of others at […]

Deathly Hallows Part 2, Round 2

After seeing Deathly Hallows Part 2 again, I realized really now much of the ending of the movie was changed. Really, the whole timeline of events was altered. All the events leading up to the big moment (when Harry finally defeats Voldemort) were totally different than what happened in the book. After Harry is “killed” […]


My rating: 2 stars I started this movie thinking of the book and how much I loved it. To my disappointment, the movie wasn’t I would have expected it to be. First of all, Kyle, the main character, wasn’t even turned into a hairy beast, like in the book. He was transformed into a weirdly […]

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2

My Rating: 5 stars Okay, here we go. I had been waiting for the moment I’d see this movie for four years. I was lucky enough to see it at midnight, and I couldn’t believe it was happening. I got to see the movie in 3D, and it was my first time seeing a movie […]

Hogwarts is My Home

Ever since the first Harry Potter book came out in 1997, the whole world has been captivated by J.K. Rowling’s intricate plotline and the magical world she created. It’s honestly hard to remember a time where I wasn’t absolutely in love with everything to do with Harry Potter. I was around the age of eight […]

Shutter Island

My Rating: 4 stars My mom had read this book and seen the movie a while ago and I was in the mood for some Leonardo DiCaprio, so I decided to watch this today. Basically, Leonardo DiCaprio plays a U.S. marshal named Teddy Daniels and his partner, Chuck Aule, who are both U.S. marshals go […]

The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky

My Rating: 5 stars We don’t know where he’s from, we don’t know his real name and we don’t who he is writing to, but we know his whole life. A teenage boy under the alias of “Charlie” is writing letters to a “friend” who he knows will listen to his problems. He talks about […]