Swimming with Sharks is a 1994 black comedy that received mostly positive reviews upon its release. However, according to Internet forums, many viewers remain divided about the film's ending.
While critics may have raved about Steve Martin's bestselling novella, Shopgirl, his true literary achievement lies with the short yet absurd novel, The Pleasure of my Company.
The much anticipated fourth installment in The Sims series was released in September 2014. It received lukewarm reviews from critics and primarily negative reviews from players.
Shopgirl is a bestselling novel by Steve Martin published in 2000. Despite its intricate themes of isolation and the search for connection, the novella falls flat when it comes to its end.
The Oscar-winning film, American Beauty (1999), brought the philosophical idea of existentialism to mainstream audiences. The film explores key components such as death and isolation.
William March's final novel, The Bad Seed, is rich in psychological suspense but relies heavily on flipping the roles of male and female archetypal characters that stem from Freudian concepts.
The 2004 French Art House film, Ma mère, is a floundering attempt at an edgy coming-of-age film. Even Isabelle Huppert's portrayal of Hélène, the best aspect of the film, is a disappointment.
Robert the Haunted Doll was given to Eugene Robert Otto in 1904. The doll is believed to be enchanted due to strange reports from witnesses spanning over more than a century.
Peter Pan, or Peter and Wendy, published in 1911, is an iconic example of surprisingly dark turn-of-the-century children’s literature. This novelization was published several years after the play.
A book review looking at the children's book The Adventures of Pinocchio by Carlo Collodi and the way that the protagonist functions in the narrative.
A book review of L. Frank Baum's iconic children's novel, published in 1900. This book was the basis for the famous Judy Garland movie, which was released into theaters in 1939.