Movie Review: Murder on the Orient Express

This will not be my usual book review because I just saw a new movie out in theaters and had such strong opinions about it I just had to review it. Growing up, one of my favorite authors was Agatha Christie. And my second book that I read by her (after Death on the Nile) … Continue reading Movie Review: Murder on the Orient Express

Top Historically Accurate Films

Let’s face it: as much as I love watching historical TV and movies, it’s rare to find ones that are actually accurate to history. Whether the creators changed a little bit or a lot (I’m looking at you, Reign!), it’s almost impossible to find a show that is really close to reality. So today I … Continue reading Top Historically Accurate Films

Top 9 Non-English Countries for Cinema

When you hear the word cinema, odds are the picture of American or British films and television will come to your mind. But the world is massive and many countries have created incredible cinema that has been sadly left in the shadows of big budget Hollywood motion pictures. So today I want to take a … Continue reading Top 9 Non-English Countries for Cinema

Top 11 Korean Dramas

I watch a lot of Korean dramas—probably more than what is good for my health. I talked about this briefly in my American vs. Korean Dramas blog post. So today, instead of my usual Top Nines about books, history, or writing, I am doing something a bit different. A good friend of mine recently asked … Continue reading Top 11 Korean Dramas