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 As much as I hate to accept it, the time has come for me to wrap up this series for the semester. Born out of a sole interest and passion for cinema, I began “Cinephilia” last September, and oh how it has deepened my infatuation over this past year.  Given that this […]

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By Liam Grogan When debating who holds the title of “greatest director of all time,” I find that the same couple of names are always being thrown around. Any film major will practically trip over themselves to scream “HITCHCOCK!” “TARANTINO!” or, if they’re feeling adventurous, “SPIELBERG!” And while I do love and respect all of […]

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