El Mariachi

Release date: February 24, 1994  Director: Robert Rodriguez La película El Mariachi es una sátira del racismo en Hollywood Americana, la inversión de héroes en méxico, y el final feliz estereotípica. Yo pienso que es una película excelente y sus temas son muy importantes en nuestra sociedad moderna. El director muestra un hombre blanco para … More El Mariachi

Casa Tomada: La Dictadura y La Democracia

Summary: Casa Tomada, a short story written by Julio Cortázar, serves as a metaphor for the way dictatorships take over democracies.  Casa Tomada es sobre dos hermanos de medianas edades quienes viven juntos en su casa ancestral. Una día, seres desconocidos tomaron la casa y los hermanos salieron simplemente sin mucha resistencia. Este cuento está … More Casa Tomada: La Dictadura y La Democracia

Alexander Supertramp: A Character Analysis

Chris McCandless invented the character Alexander Supertramp to embody the primitive freedom that comes with true self-reliance and a symbol of rebelliousness from society. For all of his life, he has witnessed his parents abandon their values in exchange for physical materials in their toxic relationship. Soon to become a law student, Chris was a … More Alexander Supertramp: A Character Analysis

Spotlight: An Investigation of Silent Crimes and their Reveal

Set in the midst of ruffling papers, frantic phone calls, and rapid scribbling under the flickering fluorescent lights of the Boston Globe office, Spotlight reiterates the integrity and ethics of professional journalism in exposing institutional corruption as well as comments on the cycle of compliance and denial that perpetuates unspoken crime. Although the reinvestigation of … More Spotlight: An Investigation of Silent Crimes and their Reveal

Exclusive interview with Ethel Wells: A Walk Down Memory Lane

NOTICE: Ethel Wells is a character from The Underground Railroad. This interview examines her internal thoughts, childhood, and experiences throughout the book. I highly recommend The Underground Railroad. *** Ethel and I were sitting in a spacious room with blank walls. Q: Good morning, Ethel., It’s great to have you with us today. How are … More Exclusive interview with Ethel Wells: A Walk Down Memory Lane

The shiny American Dream: the core of The Great Gatsby

The Great Gatsby nurtures a pessimistic view of the American dream, exposing underlying issues of racism, misogyny, and immobile socioeconomic classes in post World War one American society that have prevented people from reaching their “green light across the bay. James Gatz had every nook and cranny of his life planned out from the very … More The shiny American Dream: the core of The Great Gatsby