Posts Tagged ‘Jennifer Lawrence’


Posted on January 7th, 2016 by Joseph A. Hazani

  Joy is a film which is honest in the portrayal of what it takes to become greatly successful in this world, and how the finish line in the race towards finding success is only the starting line of a different set of complications. It’s enjoyable to see a film that does not pre-suppose its […]

Silver Lining’s Playbook

Posted on September 18th, 2014 by Joseph A. Hazani

What exactly is a mental disorder? Is it a personality or brain behavior that is abnormal, or unusual when measured against the typical, the ordinary, the mediocre, the average? Are those with such mentalities that differ from the mean disturbed or at least unnatural and therefore must be medicated? Clearly, as we can see in […]

The Hunger Games

Posted on May 15th, 2013 by Joseph A. Hazani

Dystopias where the world is not covered in darkness are refreshing to experience. Particularly when as part of the machination of the dystopic there is a strong stratification of society. In fact, as strong as can be: the lower castes are forced to sacrifice their children in a pagan tribute to the state.   It’s […]