Being me, I can't talk about a book or movie without talking about "the meaning behind all that". The messages carried in this book were simple but powerful. The belief one places in love. The trust one puts in oneself. Being yourself is totally fine, because you are enough. And of course, "Like and equal are not the same thing at all".
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 [...]
According to Wikipedia, a fictional character is "a person in a narrative work of art (such as a novel, play, television series, or movie). The character can be completely fictional or based on a real-life person." We have our favourite fictional characters, and in this post I would like to share the top 10 female fictional [...]