By Emma Simonoff The early 2000s was the golden age of guest stars in procedural dramas. With a new case every episode, the procedural drama is the perfect format for a steady stream of guest stars.  In the 2000s, shows like “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Law and Order: Special Victims Unit” continuously cast well-known actors as […]

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By Peter Colaner I’ve officially begun studying for the LSAT.  Having now jumped into the LSAT waters, I am sensing that it will be similar to navigating the Mariana Trench: filled with pressure, but when overcome, will open up depths within myself that I never knew I had.  Considering this is the beginning of my […]

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By Andrew Harwood Film exists as a rather expansive medium, considering the plethora of genres that persist in this day and age. From comedies to avant garde, French New Wave to German Expressionism, or even something as simple as family animation, film is perfectly versatile. A personal favorite genre of mine, which is quite a […]

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By Maya Mabern It’s “spooky season,” as some would call it, and as per the time of year, I’ve been thinking about the spookiest, scariest, campiest horror movies I can watch. Unfortunately, some of my favorites like “Scream,” “Carrie” and the “Scary Movie” franchise don’t seem to be streaming anywhere for free. This prompted me […]

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By Andrew Harwood What makes a film? A question that not only begs the simplest of answers, but also the most enduring conversations, is our focus for this week’s “Cinephilia” blog. Is it the stars? The music? The script? The director? Yes, of course. But more than all that, editing is by far the most […]

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By Emma Simonoff Nat and Alex Wolff began their careers together as stars in “The Naked Brothers Band: The Movie,” a show where the brothers played brothers.  Created by their mom, Polly Draper, the show was a mockumentary about Nat and Alex’s lives as child rock stars in a band they performed in real life. […]

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By Peter Colaner I. Am. Still. Confused.  “Tenet” is the story of a secret agent who embarks on a perilous, time-bending operative to prevent the start of World War III. On top of the time that was bent in “Tenet,” my brain was bent when walking out of the theater. The Good For starters, “Tenet” […]

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By Andrew Harwood Filmmaking exists based on the nature of creation. Where problems exist, however, is in regard to financing. Financing a film is a significant investment, hence causing problems for many aspiring filmmakers trying to break into the game. However, we can thank independent cinema for leading the revolution of great films without the […]

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