“The Outcasts”

Hello everyone, and welcome back to my blog. I hope everyone had a good weekend, I know I did.


Ok so on Tuesday, my mom and I took a little vacation up in the mountains. The next day, we decided to go shopping after we ate breakfast.

We found a little shop, and when we entered I automatically felt the atmosphere change. While I was looking at the jewelry; I felt uncomfortable because I could tell that the shop owners were silently judging me.

The reason why I felt that way, was because in my experience most people automatically assume that when you have a disability you can’t talk or think for yourself.

So I found a couple pairs of jewelry – one of which was a crystal necklace – that I liked, and I asked them how much they cost. When I asked them I could tell that I surprised them, I told them that I like rocks and crystals. I hope that I made an impact on them.

So that’s what happened on Wednesday; but I don’t mind as long as I educate people.


As I said in my introduction post, feel free to request movies, TV shows, and books for me to watch or read, and I’ll also write a short review on them.

I will now write a short review of the movie “The Outcasts” on Netflix.

“The Outcasts” reminds me of “Mean Girls,” but they’re a little different from each other.

Quick question: have you ever been bullied by the popular crowd? If you have, or you like the “Mean Girls” series then this is the movie for you.

This movie is a about two best friends in high school who happen to be nerds (I know it’s ironic right). They try to reconcile with Miss popularity, but end up leading a “nerd uprising” causing the social rankings to completely flip. The two main characters: Jodi played by (Victoria Justice) and Mindy played by (Eden Sher).

I love the cast of the movie, the plot is awesome, and there are some plot twists that I didn’t see coming.

I will now rate the movie out of five. One being the worst, and five being the best. I give this movie a 4 out of five. I highly recommend “The Outcasts,” but viewer discretion is advised. The movie is rated TV-14 because of language.


I don’t know about you guys, but one thing that really bothers me is when you’re listening to a song and you realize it’s on repeat. Ugh, it’s so annoying.


Let me know in the comments section or on Twitter: if you guys have any recommendations for my next review on my next blog post. But as of right now I’ll be reviewing the movie “After The Ball” on Prime Video.

That’s all for now, but I’ll post again soon.


Thank you to my first follower on WordPress, and to everyone else who wants to keep up with my blog!

I also wanted to thank my former professor for helping me with the citations for my pictures on my blog, I don’t know how I could’ve done it without your help. Thank you!

Last but not least, I wanted to thank my mom for not only giving me this idea, but most importantly for always supporting me no matter what! I don’t know where I’d be without your support and unconditional love! I love you mom!


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