By Andrew Harwood Originality is one of the key elements of creating a story. Careful not to rip off or steal someone else’s idea, you sit at your desk — in quarantine — rewriting a script for the fifth time because someone you sampled it to said it reminds them too much of “that film […]

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By Liam Grogan Another awards season has come and gone, leaving us moviegoers suffering in the aftermath. As we begin to discuss the biggest snubs of the night, this is usually the time where anger reaches peak level.  I went into Oscar Sunday fully expecting to write this piece feeling downright furious, but instead, something […]

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By Andrew Harwood When it comes to “teen dramas,” a narrative tends to include comedic, romantic and serious aspects. Utilizing a secondary school as the setting, the “teen drama” in all tells the story of the youth and all that comes with that.  Popularized in the 1980s, thanks to John Hughes and his films “The […]

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  As the Oscars approach, film fanatics are casting bets as to which films will take home the gold. This year has been one of the most amazing years for film, with stories like “Call Me By Your Name,” “Get Out,” “Dunkirk” and my personal favorite, “Lady Bird” dominating theaters. “Lady Bird” has five nominations: […]

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