The overall plot is of Meg Murry, a girl who feels awkward in her own body, who embarks on a magical journey with her younger prodigious brother Charles Wallace and her friend, Calvin to find her missing scientist father. They are led by three celestial beings - Mrs Who, Mrs Whatsit, and Mrs Which. They end up fighting a great evil, where Meg will have to accept her faults and love herself for who she is.
After watching the movie (finally!), I do have some thoughts on Ava DuVernay's adaptation of Madeleine L'Engle's beloved classic, A Wrinkle in Time. The Good Diversity Feminism Interesting costumes Brilliant acting Beautiful cinematography (yes, there was a lot of CGI, but still -) YOU'RE ENOUGH The soundtrack Fun! The feels!! The Could-be-improved(s) The scenes were [...]
"But you see, Meg, just because we don't understand doesn't mean that the explanation doesn't exist." This is an explanation for my love of Madeleine L'Engle's A Wrinkle in Time (also known as Wrinkle). I may have been a little... overexcited and may have rambled a lot about Wrinkle. Besides the fact that I think [...]
I was slow to find out that A Wrinkle In Time was to be a movie. Alright, I admit. I found out just last month. The whole matter started like this: On a glorious day, as I was most casually browsing through the Internet, I read somewhere (regrettably, I have forgotten exactly where) that A [...]