Jennifer Lind-Westbrook is a graduate from the University of Florida with a degree in English. She worked for several years as an associate editor for Oxendine Publishing, which produced magazines for student groups on college campuses. She wrote multiple television reviews for the online publication "Flak." Jennifer also had her own column for "The Eleventh Hour" a news weekly in Macon, Georgia. This column explored multiple aspects of pop culture. She has also contributed to "PopMatters" as a TV/DVD reviewer in the past. After an extended hiatus from writing, she is back and ready to offer insight and opinion on the latest DVD releases.
Thanks for Sharing doesn't dissect its protagonists and explore the complexity of their addictive personalities. So why should we care?
05 Feb 2014
The series' ninth season lacks the consistent laughs found in earlier episodes but ends on a memorable note.
25 Sep 2013
The grim setting, coupled with the financial hardships faced by its multiple protagonists, is a realistic and relevant look at the socio-economic disparity in the US today.
12 Sep 2013
These two films were arbitrarily thrown together, and all they have in common are mediocre performance, weak plots and wasted talent.
28 Aug 2013
The Big Wedding introduces several situations including infertility, infidelity and the complexities of marital discord that allow for deeper emotional exploration but wind up being glossed over.
12 Aug 2013
The Place Beyond the Pines shines a spotlight on the relationships between fathers and sons and explores the roles that destiny, circumstance and chance can all play in a person’s life.
05 Aug 2013
There's nothing remotely reminiscent of Elizabeth Taylor in Lindsay Lohan, even in full make-up.
19 May 2013
Two girls disappear into the wild and are discovered alive five years later. When they move in with family members, it soon becomes evident that something they left behind in the woods isn't ready to let them go.
09 May 2013
Even though The Wicked is mostly comprised of the standard scary movie gimmicks and clichés, it only manages to muster up a few minor chills.
30 Apr 2013
Alex Cross and all of the other characters in James Patterson’s books savor and shun what life hands them even though its not always in equal measure. Why is that component lacking in this film adaptation?
03 Feb 2013
Trouble with the Curve illustrates how, in the midst of our reliance on modern technology, we’ve lost the ability to communicate and trust our own instincts. The more “connected” we become, the more isolated we feel.
20 Dec 2012
This installment of the Bourne franchise explores just how deep government cover ups can go.
10 Dec 2012
The Invisible War explores not only the pervasiveness of sexual assault against service women in the military, it also exposes a judicial system and process that is so flawed that very rarely are the guilty punished.
31 Oct 2012
Channing Tatum is dynamic on stage. Often, his dancing transcends the butt jiggling and crotch thrusting of his peers. Alex Pettyfur is unremarkable both on stage and off. Matt McConaughey strikes the perfect balance between smarmy and charming.
22 Oct 2012
People Like Us illustrates how sometimes people you think you know can surprise you and how complete strangers can become your family.
21 Oct 2012
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