Monthly Archives: February 2017

Gender Roles in Middle Earth

The Lord of the Rings trilogy has been a renowned series since its creation from novel to film. It’s unprecedented CGI and film techniques, along with its

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Bringing Back “Beasts of the Southern Wild”

By: Kendra Thornton   Benh Zeitlin‘s, Beasts of the Southern Wild is uniquely told through the perspective of a child, Hushpuppy, whose voice-over narration reveal’s Hushpuppy’s internal thoughts and allows viewers to enter her world of dreams and fantasy that … Continue reading

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La La Land did not take the L in my book

Despite the unfortunate Steve Harvey mix up at the Oscars this weekend, La La Land did not take the L in my book. Aside from its incredible cinematography and original scores, this movie stands out to be because of its … Continue reading

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Is Dating Just Like T.V.

By: Dez Wortham Growing up my brother’s favorite movie was Love and Basketball. I was always forced to watch it since he always had control of the remote. The film, in my mind, was a great love story and very … Continue reading

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The Super Hero World

By: John Armstrong           Superhero live-action television series are usually television programs which feature the adventures of superhero characters, typically adapted from their original comic book roots, applied in a live action format. Live action series featuring superheroes have been … Continue reading

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Rick and Morty: Father-Son Relationships

By: Cal Parsons After just finishing Season 2 of Rick and Morty, I have been impatiently waiting for a Season 3 release, but in the meantime, I’ve had time to rewatch some episodes of the show and dwell on what the … Continue reading

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A Tribute to the Creators

Luke Clellan Dellorso This semester I crafted a post that discussed the power of new media platforms, such as YouTube and Vimeo and I would like to revisit that now.

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