I’ve had a pair of boring white shoes and I thought it would be fun to tie dye them and spice things up. This is a project that is easy and fun. Let’s begin!
Oh November! You are stuck in between October and December. Everyone is either packing up there Halloween costumes or sucking down their eggnog lattes. But don’t fret because I’m here to give you my top five favorite Thanksgiving films to watch with the family!
1) Places, Trains, and Automobiles
A man must struggle to travel home for Thanksgiving, with an obnoxious shower ring salesman as his only companion.
Planes, Trains and Automobiles is an absolutely wonderful movie. Yes, it is regarded as a comedy, but I think of it as more of a drama. This film deals with so many aspects of what it means to be human, especially the whole concept of friendship. The jokes don’t get old. This is probably my favorite comedy of all time. Hughes takes the traveling nightmare genre to a whole new level, and the screenplay alone is a triumph. Continue reading
Do you love movies? Do you love seeing movies in a theater? How about 3D films? Think they’re the best thing since the internet? Think again! 4PLEX (a South Korean company) is bringing the 4DX to a theater near you! Continue reading
Benedict Cumberbatch was born on July 19, 1976 in Hammersmith, a borough of London, England. He stole the audience’s attention in his role as Khan in Star Trek: Out into Darkness and Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy as Peter Gilman— but have you heard of his other films? Benedict is an exceptional master of drama and these films reflect this. Continue reading
The first WAVE of Sunset Media Wave is in session! We’ve brought together 12 high school students from all over San Francisco to collectively build a teen culture blog and to explore their many interests and passions using the world wide web as their vehicle. Now, it’s time to meet the contributors, so without further ado, let’s get to know the team! Continue reading