A date not in December! Plus, find out more about my progress and a temporary blog to hold you all over till the new version of the site is completed!
Before Karen On becomes a different website from what you’ve become used to, check out some of our posts from over the past couple of years—from American Idol loving and failed Oscar predictions, to Movie Night In and our very own interviews! Discover and rediscover your favorite articles before they land in the vault.
Karen On has been my pride and joy for the past two years, but after my [mostly unintentional] hiatus as I worked on other publications these last several months, I decided that my pride and joy needs to change. The Karen in Karen On is coming back home—and giving it a refurnish. Here is more about where I’ve been, and where you and I will be going.
In her debut as a feature film screenwriter, Rashida Jones’ smartly-penned indie is already being lumped in the romantic comedy genre, but the fact that it focuses more on the heartbreak side gives it the realistic edge and makes it a difference-maker in the field.
The fourth film in the dance film franchise is basically a rehash of the three movies before it, just set in a different locale, with different stars, and with new eye-popping dance sequences tailor-made for the big screen. However, it does succeed in what it sets out to do, in presenting a flashy, feel-good spectacle of stunts, kinetics, and style.