Tag: 2017

Why Micaela Dee Is Great At Acting

Why Micaela Dee Is Great At Acting

My great cousin Micaela Dee (1990-Present) has been repeatedly involved in short films, television and stage productions which made me amazed. Micaela loved portraying anybody else from an angsty teenager to a partygoer to a teacher. Since she lives in Georgia, I think that makes her the spiritual successor to Julia Roberts, fellow Georgia actress. … Continue reading Why Micaela Dee Is Great At Acting

Timeless Classics: War for the Planet of the Apes

Timeless Classics: War for the Planet of the Apes

The Caesar trilogy of films came to a great conclusion with War for the Planet of the Apes (2017). War between the humans and Caesar (Andy Serkis) broke out, to Caesar's dismay. As a result, he and his friends plan to stop the war peacefully without causing any harm. The humans were led by the … Continue reading Timeless Classics: War for the Planet of the Apes

The Many Film Actresses That Influenced Micaela Dee’s Style

The Many Film Actresses That Influenced Micaela Dee’s Style

While Micaela Dee is a great cousin, she is one of many better up-and-coming film and stage actresses of all time. For my views after watching her roles in short films and webisodes she appeared in, she must have had a wide range of inspirations of many film actresses. Sarah Michelle Gellar:┬áThe main actress of … Continue reading The Many Film Actresses That Influenced Micaela Dee’s Style

Life With Autism: Picking Up Details

People who live on the spectrum have a brilliant gift for picking up details that certain neurotypicals refuse to do so. While certain neurotypicals can pick up on who voiced who on animation rather than animated films featuring the voice talents of Selena Gomez or Cameron Diaz, people with high-functioning autism can pick out characters … Continue reading Life With Autism: Picking Up Details

Life With Autism: Why We Don’t Need A Cure

Life With Autism: Why We Don’t Need A Cure

Dozens of neurotypicals think that autism is just a disease that is contagious like the influenza virus but it is just a difference. A film I have appreciated which is X-Men The Last Stand (2006) had a similar storyline where the humans have prepared a cure for mutation and the mutants such as the X-Men … Continue reading Life With Autism: Why We Don’t Need A Cure

Life With Autism: Discrimination

People with autism can be more likely as discrimination victims compared to neurotypicals because they are quite different with not enough social skills or the ability to speak properly with strong special interests. People should stop using the R-word when talking about people with autism and say something much better that describes the person with … Continue reading Life With Autism: Discrimination