At this point I feel like it’s kind of cliché to say that we’re living in a golden age of television, but truly, we are. I’ve always been more of a movie girl than an avid TV watcher. Film is my favorite medium in which to experience a fictional story.
When you hear the phrase “founding fathers of the United States,” what name first comes to mind? George Washington? Benjamin Franklin? Thomas Jefferson? While these three are arguably the most famous members of the American Revolution, they certainly didn’t act alone. The first U.S. secretary of the treasury, Alexander Hamilton,
Fans have long been speculating over who will become the next James Bond when Daniel Craig retires from the role. Marvel Cinematic Universe star Tom Hiddleston is often mentioned as one of the possibilities, but whether or not he actually gets the job, you can get a taste of what
For a number of years, it seemed like television was looked on as a lesser art form than film. But thanks to the rise of prestigious and popular TV dramas like “The Sopranos,” “Game of Thrones,” and many others, we truly are living in a golden age of television storytelling.