By Emma Simonoff Nicole Kidman is one of the most hardworking people in Hollywood. She’s been in at least two movies nearly every year since 1983. To be in so many movies and prestigious television dramas each year while also raising children, living in Nashville and being married to Keith Urban, she must have the […]

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By Andrew Harwood Another semester, another year, the same old blog. Welcome back, cinephiles.  If 2020 proved anything, it was that the film industry can’t be stopped — in fact, movies rolled out steadily throughout the year. Thanks to the pandemic, new films were released on streaming in mass, meaning we had the pleasure of […]

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By Andrew Harwood Given that this is my final post for the semester, I want to continue my streak of delivering to my audience a list for their consideration. I’ve already listed my 10 must-see films, and for this post I’ll shift my focus to my favorite underrated films.  Now, I understand some of these […]

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By Peter Colaner It’s been a minute since my last installment of a “Trilogy Talk” and it’ll probably be another minute before my next one, now that the semester nears its end.  I began the semester with a blog about the “The Hangover” trilogy, a series that follows a quartet of friends, otherwise known as […]

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By Andrew Harwood “A thing of beauty is a joy forever.” The famous words by John Keats, the ill-famed and tragic romantic poet, bring light to the idea that beauty lasts forever, even if something is beautiful to no one but yourself.  Life is about finding the beauty among the wretched, the good within the […]

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By Peter Colaner For me, science-fiction films are hit or miss. Sci-Fi films are so cold, raw and distant that I have trouble connecting with the characters and story on an emotional level. But, with this mentality, I really like the Sci-Fi films I like.  And “Minority Report” is no exception. This film is genius.  […]

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By Thalia Lauzon I’ve gotten into several debates on the “greatness” of Disney movies. My most recent one last week was, as usual, a heated discussion in which my friend preached the amazingness of the movies while I tore into them like a hungry lion with meat.   Sure, they’re entertaining in the mindlessly stupid kind […]

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By Andrew Harwood When it comes to film, something that can be universally agreed upon is the impression a well-made picture leaves behind. Maybe it’s the combination of impeccable acting, clever cinematography, a great script and even greater editing that further pulls you into the feature, but a well-made film stands as the ultimate achievement […]

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By Emma Simonoff I love romantic comedies with a passion, and one of the many things I love about them is their tropes. There are so many to choose from. Some of my favorites are “fake dating,” “secret identity” and, of course, “workaholic.” Under the workaholic category of rom-coms, a young, beautiful woman is obsessed […]

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By Andrew Harwood In a world where people feed off the buzz and culture that surround films, movie trailers offer exciting pieces of insight into upcoming cinema productions. The compilation of scenes within a film provides audiences a sneak peak at an upcoming feature. Trailers are what largely encourage an audience to see a film. […]

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