Monthly Archives: March 2017

Maleficent

When watching a film like Maleficent, it is becoming clear that thinking on much deeper levels is essential to get the full meaning behind the film. I never used to be much of a viewer looking for deeper meaning, but … Continue reading

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34 Seasons in, Survivor Remains Unpredictable

By: Max Lissette After 34 seasons, you would think we have seen it all on Survivor. Instead, last week’s episode renewed my interest in the series after an unexpected twist led to a classic Survivor occurrence: a “blindside” vote wherein … Continue reading

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CitzenFour

By Russell Lawrence CitizenFour is a shocking realization of the leak of America’s most terrifying scandal to date. What makes it so terrifying is the unveiling of the issue in real time as we see the documenter and the reporter … Continue reading

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Welcome to Moulin Rouge!

By: Katherine Naylor Hands down, one of my favorite films of all time is Moulin Rouge! directed by Baz Luhrmann starring Ewan McGregor and Nicole Kidman. I decided to rewatch the Academy Award winning film and try to pin point exactly … Continue reading

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Dancing with the Stars: Commentary

By: Kelly FitzGerald I just started watching Dancing with the Stars and thought I would share my thoughts on the contestants this season. I happen to have a dance background, so its hard for me to watch without a critical … Continue reading

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SubUrbia: A Typical Linklater Movie and Good

By Kevin Yu Are you a Richard Linklater fan? Do you enjoy Before Sunrise, Before Sunset, Before Midnight, and Boyhood? Or do you like movies that depict young adults, such as American Graffiti? If so, I strongly recommend Linklater’s SubUrbia to … Continue reading

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Nostalgia in Hollywood

By: Cal Parsons There seems to be a lot of movies coming out lately that are remakes of older movies and TV shows from a couple decades ago. Right now, the three films leading the box office are Beauty and the … Continue reading

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