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CELEBRATING ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF EDITORIAL FREEDOM
Watching a video essay does not give you the right to talk about a movie as if it’s your favorite, especially when you couldn’t be bothered to spend 187 minutes sitting through 'Barry Lyndon.'
Hollywood isn’t doing its part to counter the destructive, growing divide in America today; it’s time to show regular Americans and their struggles.
It’s about as good of a sequel as we could ever dream of, one that begs to be seen on the big screen.
Get your tips on gross (and need) landlords, PSLs and social anxiety in the latest from Bad Advice Will.
An overview of the university's very own comedy staples.
The War on Drugs once again delivers an album to cope with the emotions we can’t ignore.
The madness unfolds rapidly, and throughout the first two-thirds of the movie, there isn’t a moment to catch your breath among watching the painful police brutality and destruction of the city.
At no point in the night did Pecknold’s vocals flaunter; every single aspect of their sound was fine tuned and passionate.
If you don’t let the show’s rabid, pseudo-intellectual fanbase ruin it, finding something to love about “Rick and Morty” is easy.
“Atomic Blonde” takes place during the final days of the Berlin Wall, but describing the movie’s plot is as complicated and stressful as the Cold War itself.