An Invitation to Consider Paradox

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In Suzanne Collins’s popular book and movie series, Hunger Games, we are given a gloomy picture of a future America. Some undisclosed catastrophe has transformed our once united country into Panem. Here they are divided into districts according to the goods that are produced. District 1 produces luxury items, district 2 masonry and defense, and… Continue reading An Invitation to Consider Paradox

Circle: Community and Disclosure

In The Circle, a movie that considers the role of privacy and community in our technology-driven culture, Emma Watson plays a character given a great opportunity to work for an enviable, cutting-edge company. It is a dream job because working at this facility includes a huge amount of benefits, from amazing grounds and facilities to… Continue reading Circle: Community and Disclosure

Marvelous Women: What Does A Real Role Model Look Like

Marvel’s latest movie Captain Marvel sought to unveil a new female role model--the most powerful figure in the Marvel universe. Feminists hailed this as the necessary step to validating the Marvel Universe (where the female heroes are sadly outnumbered). The movie however received mixed reviews with many being critical of what they believed to be… Continue reading Marvelous Women: What Does A Real Role Model Look Like

3 Things How to Train a Dragon 3 Gets Right About Marriage

*Spoilers* Dreamworks’ final installment of How to Train a Dragon holds a surprising twist--a mature perspective on marriage. The story picks up some time after the second episode where Hiccup’s father has died leaving Hiccup as the chief, albeit a reluctant one. Berk, his island hometown, is facing some serious issues--they don’t have space for… Continue reading 3 Things How to Train a Dragon 3 Gets Right About Marriage