• 4 stars Artemis
    Artemis by Andy Weir

    Not quite as good as The Martian, but a thoroughly enjoyable second book.

  • 5 stars Thor: Ragnarok
    Thor: Ragnarok by Taika Waititi

    I loved the spectacle of this movie. Everything felt bigger, from the sets and story to the action and humor.

  • 3 stars The House
    The House by Andrew Jay Cohen

    A great cast, an okay plot, and some over-the-top shenanigans. Worth renting for a cheap laugh.

  • 5 stars Baby Driver
    Baby Driver by Edgar Wright

    Though different from Wright's other movies, I loved the unique story, amazing music, and awesome action.

  • 5 stars The Big Sick
    The Big Sick by Michael Showalter

    This was so funny, sweet, and heartfelt. I felt like I understood Kumail Nanjiani a bit more after watching.

  • 5 stars Arrival
    Arrival by Denis Villeneuve

    I really love that this was more story-driven than action-packed. The mystery hooked me.

  • 4 stars Wonder Woman
    Wonder Woman by Patty Jenkins

    By far the best DC movie since the Christopher Nolan Batman era, it was amazing to see such a great female heroine.

  • 5 stars ÷
    ÷ by Ed Sheeran

    I randomly picked up this album browsing through records and it's become one of my favorites.

  • 4 stars Pitch Perfect
    Pitch Perfect by Jason Moore

    I don't know why I avoided this movie for so long, because it was a ton of fun.

  • 4 stars The Defenders
    The Defenders by Douglas Petrie & Marco Ramirez

    You know it's a pretty good series when you're disappointed that it felt so short.

  • 3 stars Minecraft: The Island
    Minecraft: The Island by Max Brooks

    I wasn't sure what to expect of a Minecraft story told by the author of World War Z. It wasn't bad.

  • 5 stars The Slow Regard of Silent Things
    The Slow Regard of Silent Things by Patrick Rothfuss

    While it takes a tangent from the series, this story was beautifully crafted and deeply emotional.

  • 5 stars Demystifying Public Speaking
    Demystifying Public Speaking by Lara Hogan

    I feel so pumped to come up with a talk and present somewhere after reading this!

  • 4 stars The Road to Little Dribbling
    The Road to Little Dribbling by Bill Bryson

    I've always enjoyed Bill Bryson's books. In this, he's a bit older, a bit more curmudgeonly, and a bit more reflective.

  • 5 stars Snow Crash
    Snow Crash by Neal Stephenson

    Still my favorite Neal Stephenson book, his story of the near future is both disturbing and hilarious.

  • 4 stars Kong: Skull Island
    Kong: Skull Island by Jordan Vogt-Roberts

    Way better than the Peter Jackson Kong movie. Great cast, fun story, and entertaining throughout.

  • 4 stars La La Land
    La La Land by Damien Chazelle

    I wasn't sure what to expect, but this was surprisingly lovely and sweet with beautiful cinematography.

  • 5 stars Hasan Minhaj: Homecoming King
    Hasan Minhaj: Homecoming King by Hasan Minhaj

    This far surpassed my already high expectations. Hilarious, smart, and enlightening.

  • 5 stars Spider-Man: Homecoming
    Spider-Man: Homecoming by Jon Watts

    Instead of yet another needless Spider-Man reboot, this fit seamlessly into the MCU in a fun, hilarious way.

  • 3 stars Iron Fist (Season 1)
    Iron Fist (Season 1) by Scott Buck

    Not quite as high quality as the other Netflix Marvel series, but entertaining nonetheless.

  • 4 stars The Founder
    The Founder by John Lee Hancock

    Powerfully told, funny and enraging, fascinating story.

  • 5 stars Moana
    Moana by Ron Clements & Don Hall

    Wonderful music, an original story, with great characters, beautifully rendered.

  • 5 stars Practical SVG
    Practical SVG by Chris Coyier

    A great introduction to the different SVG features, best practices, and how to implement them

  • 4 stars Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
    Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 by James Gunn

    Though not quite as good as the original, Vol. 2 was still a complete blast.

  • 5 stars Hidden Figures
    Hidden Figures by Theodore Melfi

    A great story that was uplifting, challenging, and eye-opening all at the same time.

  • 5 stars Responsive Design: Patterns & Principles
    Responsive Design: Patterns & Principles by Ethan Marcotte

    A fantastic overview of common responsive patterns and principles written in Ethan's charming voice.

  • 4 stars Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child by J.K. Rowling, Jack Thorne, & John Tiffany

    I was torn on reading this at first, but I thoroughly enjoyed the story. I only wish it had been a novelization.

  • 4 stars The Fifth Season
    The Fifth Season by N. K. Jemisin

    I really enjoyed the unique world in this story, and how it all came together. I can't wait to read the next book.

  • 5 stars Hamilton
    Hamilton by Lin-Manuel Miranda

    The music from Hamilton is brilliant, varied, and gets stuck in my head for days on end. I am fully in love with it.

  • 4 stars Beauty and the Beast (2017)
    Beauty and the Beast (2017) by Bill Condon

    This was a beautifully crafted live-action remake that was true to the original and enjoyable on its own.

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