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 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 Dylan Hubert When you hear the name Jason Earles, what comes to your mind? If you’re like me, the first and only thing that I can think of is his classic role in the ‘00s hit Disney Channel show, “Hannah Montana,” as Miley Stewart’s fun-loving, prankster big brother, Jackson.  To be honest, I never […]

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By Claudia Pascual On Thursday, Bob Dylan won the Nobel Prize in literature. For those who don’t know, Bob Dylan is one of the most influential musicians and songwriters in American folk music. His unexpected win perplexed and enraged critics. They didn’t understand why a musician (not a professional writer) won the prize for literature. […]

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I remember the day Kendrick Lamar’s “To Pimp a Butterfly” dropped. Actually, I remember exactly where I was — even what I was doing. I was tucked in one of Warren dining hall’s many dusty corners, picking at a dry piece of chicken. That album became my anthem for the remaining few months of the […]

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By Brian Sih, Muse Staff Writer Ralph Fiennes stars and directs in his first film, Coriolanus, an adaptation of one of Shakespeare’s lesser-known plays. Jessica Chastain, Vanessa Redgrave and Gerald Butler also star in supporting roles. The film takes place in a nondescript city that is supposedly Rome. Shot in Serbia, Barry Ackroyd, (cinematographer of […]

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