In a world marked by social inequality, we have the chance to help the less fortunate. The question is: will we?
Making fun of celebrities just got to a whole new level.
What I love most about stories written for children is that they’re constructed in such a way for them to extract little pieces of moral advice. And the thing about Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005) is that the movie itself is a big life lesson. Burton turned Dahl’s book into an impressive visual universe, fascinating for…
We don’t watch movies, read books, or go to the theatre because our lives are perfect, but exactly because they’re not.
This is that time of the year when people that write for other people try to give advice on how to live a better life that you’ll never actually follow. Am I right? And since I’ve joined the blogosphere, here I am trying to do the same thing, because that’s my responsability. And man, this…
During highschool I had to deal with teachers that would grab my books from my desk and ironically ask me why do I spend time reading wastepaper.
Well, some way or another, I think each movie has a small part showing an ethical dilemma, or an ethics related problem. You can usually notice this when the character has to make a choice and they have to compare two or more possible courses of action.