Avengers: Endgame is finally here

'Avengers: Endgame' Is Finally Here

A bittersweet ending to the "Avengers" movies.


It has been a long year since "Avengers: Infinity War" came out and the wait is over. The end of the era for the Avengers movies. I didn't start getting into the Avengers movies until my boyfriend showed them to me a couple of months ago and I have been addicted to them since. We have been waiting to see this movie for months, I will not any spoilers but let's just say it was amazing, sad and bittersweet.

The movie has only been out for a week or so and it has made over $2 billion. It has been the highest opening weekend box-office ever. That's incredible.

If you have been a Marvel fan since the start or have seen all of them, this movie hit you hard. To the deaths that transpire, the characters and relationships you find your self crying or cheering. The plot was very unexpected and shocking in some parts. I was on the edge of my seat the entire time because I kept worrying about who was going to die and every time something would happen to a character: I would be squeezing my boyfriend's hand and saying is this really happening???

In the showing that I went to the audience was very engaging. They were so into it just as much as I was. I loved it. I loved how the audience was so in tune with it. You don't see that very often. Even after the movie, we stayed and talked to some of the people there and got to talk to them about what we thought was going to happen.

The one thing I really enjoyed about the movie was that there was a lot of comedy and If there was no comedy to it I don't think the drama would be palatable.

All I am is saying is that Avengers: Endgame is so worth it if you haven't seen it yet go see it and if you haven't seen all the Marvel movies, catch up and then go see "Endgame." You won't be disappointed.

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20 Movies To Watch When You Need A Good Cry

When life is hard and you need to let out a really ugly cry, these films are just what the doctor ordered!


I'm going to do my best to avoid spoiling these films, but I can't make any promises.

1. A Walk To Remember

Who doesn't love a bad boy turn into a total softie? Let's be honest, most Nicholas Sparks movies end in us totally sobbing. This one is no exception. Watching these two go from enemies to each other's love of their lives is so beautiful.

2. Titanic

*SIGHHHH* Jack and Rose were EVERYTHING. If you don't know what happens in the titanic by now, i mean c'mon it's based off a real historical event... Though their romance was short, watching these two part doesn't make the tragedy any less heartbreaking.

3. Green Mile

I think this is the hardest i've ever cried over a film. Like i said before, i really do not want to spoil anything. Basically this is one of the best movies you will ever see. Even though it shreds your heart into a million pieces, it is a film that needs to be seen by everyone. Tom Hanks is amazing and just when you think you know what's happening in this movie, they switch up on you. This is based off of the brilliant book by Stephen King.

4. La La Land

This is my favorite film of all time. Not only is this story have romance, it has struggle, music, and realness that makes this one a very hard one to watch due to the bittersweet sadness you feel once you finish watching. The reason I loved this film so much was that even though it was a musical, which normally are super unrealistic, everything about these characters' story together and apart is so real. What happens to Mia and Sebastian could potentially happen to any of us. ughhhh I could say so much more about this movie but DON'T WANT TO SPILL MY GUTS FULL OF SPOILERS!

5. Life is Beautiful

Just thinking about this one hurts. An Italian film, this academy award winning film will somehow make you smile and cry at the same time. Watching a family be torn apart by the Holocaust is absolutely devastating. Just like The Green Mile, this film is definitely not one you would want to watch twice, but should absolutely be seen before you die. An incredible film. Don't let the Italian stop you from watching - there are always subtitles!

6. P.S. I Love You

MY HEART. This isn't a spoiler i promise: imagine having a husband so romantic that when he knows he's dying, he starts writing letters for you to receive in the future so he can help you get over his death! There's actually a lot of happiness in this movie, but naturally because the film centers around character Holly's husband's death and her inability to let go, it's not an easy film to watch. You will laugh and cry and root for her, it has everything a sad person needs to recover from whatever crap is happening in their life.

7. Steel Magnolias

Talk about an all star cast. Sally Field, Julia Roberts, Dolly Parton, and so many more.I still think Field deserved an academy award for her performance, but ANYWAY, if you ever need to watch a film about a mother-daughter relationship or about female friendships, I highly recommend this one. Though this film is sad, it teaches you a lot about strength and grief and support. It is a gem that remains on my top 20 favorite movies list.

8. Dead Poet's Society

Robin Williams in his absolute prime. This movie about creativity, friendship, passion, and discovery is a MUST see. Everything about this movie is special and important.

9. Coco

I cry every single damn time. A Disney movie about legacy, family, and passion sounds innocent, but OH NO! Be prepared to be shocked and cry at various part of the film. This movie brings both a sentimental and happy cry.

10. Million Dollar Baby

This is an all around fantastic movie. This has something for everyone, including Morgan Freeman. Hillary Swank is an aspiring boxer and Clint Eastwood takes her under his wing... a friendship that seems more like family blossoms before tragedy.

11. Schindler's List

Clearly any movie about the Holocaust is going to be depressing and heart wrenching, but the way Spielberg directed this masterpiece, makes the sadness we feel while watching it feel more real. Liam Neeson is fantastic and the film is based off of a true story of a man who saved so many. Again, a film you need to see, but definitely not more than once.

12. Stepmom

Not only is Susan Sarandon's character dealing with a new woman in their family, she's also dealing with a terminal illness that will take her from her children. Watching susan sarandon's character and julia robert's come to respect each other and susan spend her last moments with her children will melt your heart as well as make it whole again.

13. Up

Another Pixar classic to rip you apart. Don't get me wrong this is a very happy, funny movie with a wonderful ending. The first 20 minutes is what will get you. Watching Carl and his wife Ellie meet, get married, and live their life together in a beautiful montage is what will make you emotional.

14. The Pursuit of Happyness

This one is also based off a true story which is another reason it will make you cry uncontrollably. Will Smith is incredible okay? The fact that he doesn't have an Oscar yet bother me, but anyway, this biographical drama of how a man spends a year being homeless while trying to take care of his son and find work again will not only inspire you but appreciate what you have more in life.

15. The Notebook

if you know this film you know why it is so beautifully sad. Watching these two fall in and out of love over the course of almost a decade is a rollercoaster. This love story is THE sad love story that people want and need.

16. Inside Out

This is the most clever film i've ever seen. Disney and Pixar outdid themselves with this brilliant film that let's look at the inside of our character's mind and feelings. It will make you miss your childhood and warm your heart. As wonderful and whimsy this film is though, there are some sad moments that make this film more rewarding to watch.

17. The Fault In Our Stars

Based off of the amazing novel by John Green, this tragic teen romance will truly send you into hibernation. It took me a while to recover after this one. Two cancer-diagnosed teenagers fall in love and try to do the things they have always wished to do. It is funny, charming, and soooo good. I recommend reading the book first though:)

18. Toy Story 3

This gif ALONE makes me tear up. LOL i'm not okay... Obviously you should watch the first two films before watching this tear jerking finale. Andy leaves for college and gives his toys away to his neighbor Bonnie to love and play with. The reason this one is particularly sad is because growing up with the films, and watching the whole journey take place, and having a movie series that you loved your whole childhood come to a close is very sad. I also watched this the week before i went to college which made it even more sad for me. I did it to myself, i know...

19. Marley and Me

If you've never had a dog or know what a privilege it is to live with one and care for one, then you just won't get this film. This film is for dog lovers only. Get ready to cry your eyes out. The film follows a couple throughout their years of having Marley, moving, having a family, up until Marley's last days. it will destroy you and make you hug your dog a little tighter.

20. Perks of Being A Wallflower

Last, but not least, this coming of age story. Another film based off of a book, this film will make you smile, remember the good times, ache, and grow.

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The Original Disney Princesses Are Just As Important To Young Children As The New Ones Are

The animated princesses have paved the way for children in ways the live-action films sometimes can't.


Disney Princesses, particularly the animated ones, have somewhat of a stereotype built around them.

When people think of Disney Princesses, they usually think of the classic princesses from the 1930s through the 1950s, the Golden Age of Disney. They think of Snow White's high-pitched voice, Cinderella's passive nature, and Aurora's tendency to waltz through the woods singing a pretty little song. These were the original princesses, and they definitely started a trend of delicate characters who aren't entirely helpless, but they also aren't too willing to advocate for themselves and fight for what they want.

The Disney Renaissance, however, brought about a whole new world (yes, that was intended) of Disney Princesses.

In 1989, Disney kicked off their animation Renaissance with the release of The Little Mermaid, a film which introduced an entirely new Disney Princess. Ariel was stubborn, got into serious trouble at times, was endlessly curious and amazed by the world around (and above) her, and was more than willing to fight for what she wanted. She still maintained her status as a princess, but that wasn't her only personality trait.

And the stereotypes kept breaking more and more with the introduction of two new princesses, Belle and Jasmine. They both followed Ariel's example of being more than just a pretty face in their own ways. Belle was the most beautiful girl in her village, but she didn't allow that to define her. She was well-read, confident, loyal, and desired nothing more than adventure. Jasmine, on the other hand, was the daughter of a Sultan and was forced to choose a prince to marry. But she wanted no part in this, and she set out to find herself and married the man she chose for herself. She was fiercely independent and didn't let anyone stand in her way.

I recently read an article about how the live-action remakes of Disney films are giving Disney princesses like Belle and Jasmine entirely new roles and how they're better role models for girls than ever before. While I do agree that young girls who go to see the remakes of Aladdin and Beauty and the Beast in theaters will definitely have good role models to look up to, we really shouldn't be dismissing the original princesses, either.

These new Disney princesses are not replacements for the old ones. Just because the old princesses don't have as much of a "strong independent woman" complex about them doesn't mean they still can't teach important lessons to young children. Yes, the original Belle and Jasmine may not have been as outspoken as they are in the new remakes, but they always had a quiet strength about them and a certainty in who they were. This is just as good of a lesson to teach young children.

One of the most important lessons a child can learn is to be themselves in all parts of life, no matter how many people may think they're strange. Both versions of Belle and Jasmine teach this lesson, but as we start to move into an era where children may grow up with the remakes instead of the originals, it's also extremely important that they learn the lessons the original Belle and Jasmine taught us in the first place. Sometimes, a person doesn't need to be incredibly outspoken in order to be who they are. Sometimes, all they need is a good head on their shoulders, a joyful heart, and quiet confidence in themselves to live the life they've always dreamt of.

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