Aight let’s get something out of the way. Going into this movie I expected it to be bad, and that’s
It’s been awhile, but I’m trying something new. Today I have a review of a film recently released on Netflix: Imperial Dreams. You can either watch the video or read below, they both pretty much have the same stuff, extra awkward breathing and pauses in the video. Imperial Dreams is written and directed by Malik Vitthal and stars John Boyega, most notably known for his role in the current Star Wars trilogy. Initially shown at the Sundance film festival in 2014 (IMDB) it has just now seen a wide scale release this year (2017) after being picked up by Netflix. Boyega’s character, Bambi, is a twenty-one year old convict has been recently released from prison and is trying to break away from a life of crime, drugs, and gangs in order to keep his son, Day, from falling into that life. Before I get going with the rest of my review I want to mention that I think it’s a
I recently expirianced a setback at a new work enviroment and wanted to share some thoughts I had on the importance of failing/losing and the introspection it leads too. Peace out everyone!