Since doing a links roundup for Get Out and learning so much from it, I decided to do one for Moonlight too. It’s such a singularly beautiful and incredible film that gets better with each rewatch. I feel like there’s so much there that I’m unable to articulate, so I’m going to look for other people to do it for me!
There will, obviously, be spoilers for Moonlight. If you have not watched it, you definitely should.
I watched Get Out with two good friends (one fellow Chinese American, another Japanese American) recently, and we all loved it. It’s such an incredibly smart and well-crafted movie, and as it’s full of so much to unpack, I thought it deserved its own links roundup of reviews/analysis.
Be forewarned. This post will have copious spoilers.
More links! More roundups! I should really get off my butt before this becomes my entire wordpress!
Another half-month, and some more links. Some of these have longer commentary than the last links roundup because I’m commentating as I find them now, instead of doing it all at once.
So I’ve been meaning to get this site more active, and I’ve been telling myself to get off my lazy butt and write more reviews (which I haven’t done). But while I’m trying to convince myself to start writing (and reading) again, I figured I should do a somewhat (bi?)monthly links roundup, of articles I want to return to sometime in the future.
Some of these might be sort of old, and some are new. They’re just ones that I’ve read somewhat recently that I don’t want to forget.
Yes, I know it’s a bit inaccurate to see if Johnson spoiled Trump, considering that Trump actually won. But seeing how Johnson has a pretty solid conservative base, I wanted to see how possible it was that Johnson actually helped Clinton to victory more than he hurt her.
So, yes, let’s look at the blue states.
The impassioned outcry against third party voters that has arisen because of the recent Trump vote has prompted me, a third party (Green Party) voter to run some numbers to check the validity of the idea that we “spoiled” the elections.
Yes, I am biased. So take these results as you will. I will be running them primarily off CNN’s reporting of exit poll surveys, which may or may not be biased in their own right.
I will also be doing only red states for obvious reasons. And I am running on a number of assumptions. I am aware of them, but since this entire outcry against third party voters has also been based on assumptions… Well, at least mine has neat numbers.