Author Archive: Sara Murphy
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It’s summertime, and you know what that means. Excessive television-viewing. A couch potato’s dream. I was expecting four months of the same old re-recorded television shows that I would end up watching at 1 A.M. after I got off of work. Then I heard something that would change my television life forever. 90′s Nickelodeon is [...]
The last movie I saw before “The Tree of Life” (well, not counting the final installment of the Harry Potter films, but that’s just a life-long tradition), was “Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon”. While Transformers is the fast-food of films, spoon-feeding the audience a plot that a 6-year-old could have written (robots! explosions! guns! [...]
On my recent trip to Los Angeles, California I had the opportunity to go to the Tim Burton exhibit at The Los Angeles County Museum of Art. I went with my dad and my aunt and uncle, who are both working actors in LA. The exhibit presented a retrospective of Burton’s work, spanning decades of moviemaking [...]
Hello! I’m Sara Nelle Murphy (you can call me Sara Nelle). I’m a twenty-year-old student and an intern/writer/blogger at The Voice-Tribune in Louisville, Kentucky. I like a lot of things, and in many ways I guess you could say I’m a typical young adult. I’m trying new things, meeting interesting people, exploring new places, basically trying my best to live life to the fullest.