In Loving Memory of ‘Eighth Grade’

Photo by Ash Fuentes By Ash Fuentes I’m so grateful that I existed at the same time that this one movie in particular came out. It may not be exactly well known by many people, but that doesn’t devalue it at all. I don’t mean that in a pretentious filmbuff “I-Only-Watch-Indie-Films-And-My-Favorite-Director-Is-Quentin-Tarantino” type of way, but…… Continue reading In Loving Memory of ‘Eighth Grade’

Underrated Coming of Age Films

Photo by Charlotte Turner By Charlotte Turner The coming of age genre is more popular than ever, but sometimes public opinion regarding these films feels a little unvaried. Sure, “Lady Bird,” “The Perks of Being a Wallflower,” and “Heathers” are all great, but I don’t need to write another article singing their praises. Instead, here’s…… Continue reading Underrated Coming of Age Films

Go-To Comfort Movies

Photo by Ash Fuentes By Ash Fuentes I always say that I don’t have time for myself anymore and use that as the reason why I haven’t really watched any new movies lately. With school, work, and contributing to Kindergarten Mag being my top priorities, I’d say I’m pretty busy these days! In reality, I…… Continue reading Go-To Comfort Movies

Most Anticipated Of 2021

Photo by Kleigh Balugo After a turbulent 2020, 2021 brought many hopes that this year will be better than the last. While there are obvious things to hope for such as recovery from COVID-19 and an improved presidency, here Kindergarten Mag contributors are presenting what we are most anticipating from pop culture in 2021. While…… Continue reading Most Anticipated Of 2021

Sources Of Warmth In The Winter

Photo by Kleigh Balugo By Alyanna Moralda Although winter is the coldest time of the year, I always found refuge in films that provided me warmth when my heater couldn’t. Classics like Home Alone and The Polar Express are definitely on that list but I found myself watching movies that strayed away from the Christmas subject itself. Regardless of…… Continue reading Sources Of Warmth In The Winter

Your Alternatives to the Hallmark Channel

Photo by Isabel Cruz By Isabel Cruz When the end of the year rolls around, a lot of us tend to watch a particular set of movies. You know which ones, the same twenty or so Christmas/holiday/wintertime movies you can’t help but return to every year because of tradition, nostalgia, or maybe because watching them…… Continue reading Your Alternatives to the Hallmark Channel