Monthly Archives: March 2015

Bloodline steps up the Netflix game

Megan Keiffer This week I started watching the Netflix series “Bloodline,” a show unlike anything I had seen before. At first glance, this family drama looks like a remake about a tight-knit southern family. It quickly takes a dark, suspenseful … Continue reading

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Southpaw Trailer Arrives, Cue Gyllenhaal Praise – Caroline Gill

If any of you are getting tired of me raving about Jake Gyllenhaal, I’m sorry, but the man just keeps being brilliant. This time, it can be seen in the trailer for the boxing drama Southpaw, which was released Friday morning. … Continue reading

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The Real Madness Behind March- Michael Rufrano

This past week, the NCAA tournament got underway.  This tournament features the best talents in college basketball over a span of three weekends.  This tournament is one of the most popular sporting events in the United States because of how … Continue reading

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Influences- Paul Martin

I recently saw a film that was without a doubt my greatest childhood film obsession for the first time in several years. The Wachowski siblings’  film “Enter The Matrix,” is an incredibly complex science fiction action piece that wowed audiences … Continue reading

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Nightcrawler’s Lou Bloom vs American Psycho’s Patrick Bateman By Ziba Klein

I watched Nightcrawler over the weekend and felt creeped out the entire time. Jake Gyllenhaal plays Louis Bloom, a man who truly lives by the motto “fake it until you make it.” Bloom’s creepiness goes beyond the surface as he … Continue reading

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The Matrix and Its Historical Relevance

By Tommy Super As I wrote about in a previous blog post, we watched The Matrix for my special topics class a little while back. After seeing it again and talking about the film more in class, I have found historical … Continue reading

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Broad City, A Revolution – Emily Jo Williams

Broad City, the Comedy Central show, has succeeded all expectations of mine. I was recently recommended by the incredible Madeline Stone to watch the female comedy power house of Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer . Broad City accomplishes what HBOs Girls could not. Instead of … Continue reading

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