Author: Nathanael Choi

Arts & Culture

A Spark in the Subtle

DISCLAIMER: *SPOILER ALERT* (without which the article would make absolutely no sense) It’s creative. It’s hilarious. And it’s moving. Pixar has done it again, captivating viewers and critics by this unique and fresh animation titled Soul. While many thought Soul to be the sequel of Inside Out (2015), little remained […]

Arts & Culture

The Wonder of Life

Christmas is just around the corner, and this time around, it may be the most unique one we’ve ever had. In many ways, these past months have been disappointing due to the restricting situation brought about by the pandemic, and its prevailing repercussions will probably render the rest of the […]

Arts & Culture

Mission: A Bird and a Nerd

Bears, wolves, mice, donkeys–these animals seem to have nearly nothing in common, at least characteristically. What nature separates, however, film correlates. From the timeless works of William Shakespeare and Roald Dahl to Disney Princess gems, humans becoming animals have emerged as classic plots for unforgettable stories. The very notion of […]

Arts & Culture

Justice Matters

Disclaimer: This film is rated PG-13 as it contains usage of strong language, some thematic elements, and some racial epithets. Viewer discretion highly advised.  The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of clay Magazine or TPS. No one can deny that 2020 […]