‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ On How Messing Up Can Actually Be A Good Thing

If you sat in the cinema theatre after watching Spider Man: Homecoming saying to yourself, “Wow, having Peter Parker fail so frequently throughout this film and clumsily navigate his way through dangerous missions really has a lot to say about how making mistakes can really be a strong learning experience for a young person to help them to find their calling in life and discover what their true core values are”, then you weren’t the only one, because that’s actually exactly what I was thinking.

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What ‘Beauty And The Beast’ Teaches Us About Girls’ Education

When Emma Watson was cast as Belle for the live-action adaptation of Beauty And The Beast, it was pretty much confirmed that this new version of the well-loved story was going to have an underlying feminist message beneath it — and it certainly hasn’t failed to deliver just that. Amidst the controversies of the discussions about Stockholm syndrome, Emma Watson’s Vanity Fair shoot, and the introduction of Disney’s first openly gay character, another, particularly significant theme in the film was overlooked: the topic of education for girls.

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