Author: Kenzie Vanunu

News Flash: Ryan Atwood is the Funniest Cohen

News Flash: Ryan Atwood is the Funniest Cohen

When thinking back on the hit teen-drama The O.C., most people think of Seth Cohen as the funny one. Now, this is true, but I’m here to tell you that his counterpart, Ryan Atwood, is just as funny! Yes, Seth is the hilarious, sarcastic, emo boyfriend we all wanted, but Ryan is not only good … Continue reading News Flash: Ryan Atwood is the Funniest Cohen

Madonna the Biopic: Directed & Co-Written by Madonna

Madonna the Biopic: Directed & Co-Written by Madonna

Looks like Madonna is going to be her own lucky star and bring her own story to the big screen! The Material Girl is set to direct a feature film about her own life and career. The untitled project has landed at Universal Pictures and is being written by Madonna and Academy Award winner Diablo … Continue reading Madonna the Biopic: Directed & Co-Written by Madonna

Protagoneil – Is Tenet a Love Story?

Protagoneil – Is Tenet a Love Story?

I know most people, myself included, went to see Tenet in a theater expecting the action blockbuster of the year. Yes, this is perhaps what we saw, but was it also a love story? After seeing Tenet, all I wanted to do was read about and talk about Tenet; so naturally, I was on Twitter … Continue reading Protagoneil – Is Tenet a Love Story?

That’s Hot! Paris Hilton’s Best Looks

That’s Hot! Paris Hilton’s Best Looks

In honor of Paris Hilton’s upcoming YouTube documentary, This is Paris, I wanted to do something in honor of the pop culture queen. Yes, the woman responsible for Kim Kardashian (no offense to the devil, I mean Kris Jenner). For the last 20 plus years, Paris Hilton has not only dominated headlines, but also dominated … Continue reading That’s Hot! Paris Hilton’s Best Looks

Tenet: Not a Review, but a Love Letter to Neil

Tenet: Not a Review, but a Love Letter to Neil

I, like many, safely went out to a theater to see Tenet. I live in Los Angeles and did drive a few hours to accomplish going to an open movie theater, as theaters are not open in my area yet. Yes, I enjoyed Tenet despite some issues I had with the script, but it wasn’t … Continue reading Tenet: Not a Review, but a Love Letter to Neil