THE EYES OF THE HEART: A MOVIE REVIEW OF “PRINCE OF FOXES”

What could be better than living as a nobleman in a society of learning and culture, respected for shrewdness and cunning, in which every man is his own master and can compete as equals according to their skills?

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As A Hobbit Dear-Chapter 2

By Amanda Pizzolatto Word Count: 2752 Rating: PG Summary: Having accompanied Frodo and Sam to Mount Doom, Pearl Took gives her version of the end of the tale. Chapter 2: The Healing of Hurts I don’t know how long I slept or what happened during that time, but when I finally came to, I was... Continue Reading →

As A Hobbit Dear: Table of Contents

By Amanda Pizzolatto Word Count: 2752 Rating: PG Summary: Having accompanied Frodo and Sam to Mount Doom, Pearl Took gives her version of the end of the tale. Chapter 1 "Slowly Frodo sat up and put an arm around his weeping friend. “I’m glad you’re with me, Samwise Gamgee, here, at the end of all things.”... Continue Reading →

As a Hobbit Dear: Chapter 1

By Amanda Pizzolatto Word Count: 2752 Rating: PG Summary: Having accompanied Frodo and Sam to Mount Doom, Pearl Took gives her version of the end of the tale. Chapter 1: The End of All Things This was it, this was the end of the line, and we had finally made it. Why was he hesitating? “Frodo?”... Continue Reading →

Broken Mirror

By AnUnknownForeignBeauty Rating: General Audiences Word Count: 4427 Summary: Based on the original story of The Snow Queen, Hans and Elsa meet as children and fall in love as adolescents, but a mirror with the power of erasing memories is tearing them apart. Their first meeting would be the perfect start of this fairytale. She was... Continue Reading →

THE PRINCESS BRIDE: A MODERN CLASSIC

Although the movie showed little success at its first publication (perhaps the title turned people away?), it became wildly popular in 1988 (when VHS and new-fangled “videos” were introduced) as the few who had first loved The Princess Bride showed it to their children… and then to their grandchildren.

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