By Andrew Harwood Comedy is one of the most beloved and portrayed genres of our time, meaning comedies become somewhat lackluster when compared to thrillers and melodramas. That said, it’s hard to create good comedy and insanely easy to produce awful comedy. What makes good comedy? Aristotle denotes good comedy as when someone is “worse […]

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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 A light shines upon Hamlet as he spears King Claudius with his sword. The two fall, side by side, Claudius dead. Slowly dying, Hamlet famously utters to Horatio: “I’m dying.”  Shakespeare’s “Hamlet” is one of the greatest tragedies ever written. That said, tragedy itself is one of the greatest and most classic […]

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By Samantha Wong, Blog Editor @samzwong There is a distinct difference between enjoying a class and merely going just to go. Students have this tell, this look, that shows that they have to go to class and are about to endure what will feel like an eternity (i.e., an hour or an hour and thirty […]

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