Monthly Archives: March 2016

Lessons Straight from the Horse’s Mouth

BoJack Horseman was one of those shows I would watch when I didn’t want to commit to anything too long or too emotional. BoJack is a Netflix orginal about a washed-up actor who happens to be a horse with each … Continue reading

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A Response to Bitch Media’s “Batman v Superman v Misogyny: The Antifeminism of Dawn of Justice”

(Leah Haynes) I had intended to write on Wonder Woman in  Batman v Superman  last week, but I found myself struggling to formulate an opinion on the character. Largely, she was overshadowed by the pissing-contest-turned-bromance of the film, along with … Continue reading

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Chinatown–Mallory Burns

After watching Chinatown recently for my film noir class, I have honestly thought of little else. Before seeing this film, many of my friends had warned me of the lasting effect it had on them. Someone told me they had … Continue reading

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Post Batman Experience- Ally Harper

So I did it…. I saw Batman. And like predicted (via my last post) it was horrible. Honestly it is the epitome of a movie with the upmost potential that completely fails. Ben Affleck honestly just didnt match up to … Continue reading

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The Try Guys – Sarah Fahmy

Instead of doing homework one Wednesday night last week, one of my friends showed me a Buzzfeed Video Series on Youtube featuring the “Try Guys”. We then ended up binge watching tons of their 5 to 10 minutes videos where four … Continue reading

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Binge Watching One Tree Hill-Valerie Medoff

Growing up, my parents were never able to tear me away from the TV screen. I could spend hours sitting in front of it, never tiring. Was I preparing myself to be a future marathon-Netflix-binge-watcher or preparing for my future … Continue reading

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The Song or the Silence | Sarah King

Danish author Hans Christian Andersen once said that “where words fail, music speaks.” In film, music plays an integral role in telling the story. Two characters fall in love, and the music swells. Music in a minor key sounds eerie … Continue reading

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