Author: Youngblood

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REVIEW: The Glass Castle

author image by Jonathan Youngblood | Movie Reviews | 0 Comments | 11 Aug 2017

Family dynamics are hurtful, complicated, and one of the best things about life. The Glass Castle is a heartwarmingly-broken look at a family unit stuck within cycles of abuse and neglect, joined together by almost unbreakable bonds of love. Led…

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REVIEW: Girls Trip

author image by Jonathan Youngblood | Movie Reviews | 0 Comments | 22 Jul 2017

The marketing for Girls Trip killed all excitement I had for what looked to be another forgettable, edgy sex comedy. Walking in to the theater today felt like a chore as I braced myself for another flop from the same…

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All the Rest: In Memory of Chester Bennington

author image by Jonathan Youngblood | Music | 0 Comments | 20 Jul 2017

It may sound like a stretch to call Chester Bennington, the legendary lead singer of Linkin Park, a “hero,” however, as a twenty-something who grew up on Meteora and Minutes to Midnight, one band’s vision and sound had more effect…

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REVIEW: To the Bone

author image by Jonathan Youngblood | Movie Reviews | 0 Comments | 15 Jul 2017

I remember vividly the moment that I first told my parents I struggled with an eating disorder. Even now, as recovery has become a more stable part of life, I still avoid mirrors and position my food in places where…

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G+G’s WORST Movies of 2017 (so far…)

author image by Jonathan Youngblood | Movies | 0 Comments | 12 Jul 2017

We are now six months into 2017, with hundreds of hours spent already in theaters enjoying the best and the worst Hollywood has to offer. Our three biggest movie-watchers – Michael Kaye (Senior Writer), Ryan McKenna (Editor of Film), and…

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Aladdin and Hollywood’s Broken Casting System

author image by Jonathan Youngblood | Movies | 0 Comments | 11 Jul 2017

India is the second most populous country in the world. There is a thriving cinematic culture in this deeply-unique and beautiful area. Therefore, it would make sense that, in casting an actor of Middle Eastern or Indian descent, there would…

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