3a Tari2 El Janneh – Play Review

Three friends, Christina (Played by Lara Rain), Myrima (Played by Marwa Khalil) and Maya (Played by Tania Assi)  from different religious sects. One car crash. One place left in heaven. Continue Reading →

BéBé – Movie Review

Here’s a movie I did not think I’d watch. I’m being very honest here. With a name and poster like that, I did not even bother to watch the trailer Continue Reading →

Ghadi – Movie Review

I loved every bit of the movie and would highly recommend it. This Lebanese movie of the year is a must watch. Ghadi is a movie directed by Amin Dory Continue Reading →

Best Documentary: The Lebanese Rocket Society

In the early 1960’s, a group of students from Haigazian University led by their professor, Manoug Manougian, designed and launched rockets for space exploration. They produced the first rocket of the Continue Reading →

A Good Day to Die Hard – Movie Review

John McClane is worried about his son Jack. Father and son have not spoken together for a couple of years. John McClane decides to travel to Russia as he gets information Continue Reading →

Under The Same Sun by Mariam Kobras

This book review was published on The Cube. I love the site and would recommend it to book worms 🙂 Book available on Amazon. This is the Book II from the Stone Continue Reading →

Lincoln – Movie Review

Lincoln is a movie directed by Steven Spielberg. The story is based in part on Doris Kearns Goodwin’s biography of Lincoln, Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln. Continue Reading →

The Sessions – Movie Review

The Sessions is a movie based on an article O’Brien wrote tackling his experiences with Greene, “On Seeing a Sex Surrogate”, which was published in The Sun magazine in 1990. O’Brien Continue Reading →

The Distant Shore by Mariam Kobras

This book review was posted on The Cube. Book available on Amazon. A famous international rock star receives a letter one day informing him about a teenage son he never new Continue Reading →

Tuer le père by Amélie Nothomb

This book review was posted on The Cube. When I first read the title, I immediately thought of Sigmund Freud’s Oedipus complex and wondered how the father will get killed. Continue Reading →