Film

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With only one year left on campus and a potential online senior fall, I’ve been thinking a lot about post-grad life, especially what that means for making friends and dating.

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A relationship’s “spark” is an abstract concept that we love to talk about. Whether it’s the reason someone might want to break up or it’s why we aren’t going on that second Tinder date, the world seems to have collectively agreed that it’s the key to a good relationship.

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Netflix’s catalogue hosts a large range of teenage romantic comedies, films usually based on archetypes who parrot dumbed-down lines about the “important” parts of high school without experiencing a lot of character growth.

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Movies are projections. Yes, literally, in the sense of filmstock and screens and projectors and bulbs. But movies can also be projections of ourselves — a momentary snapshot of the internal, the introspective, the metaphysical.

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Offering a delicious and aesthetically-appealing string of clips from classic Hollywood cinema and underscored by lively orchestral tunes with narration from a honey-sweet Sarah Jessica Parker, biographical documentary “What She Said: The Art of Pauline Kael” was fun to look at and fu

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Make no mistake “The Invisible Man” is a true story. When one considers its source material, an 1897 novel by H.G. Wells, this sounds like a wild claim.

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As I settled into the new Netflix original drama “All the Bright Places,” directed by Brett Haley (“Hearts Beat Loud”) and adapted from (and co-written by) Jennifer Niven’s popular YA novel of the same name, it quickly seemed like it would be another mawkish romance populated by tired

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Surrounded by Michigan paraphernalia in the Three Cats Cafe, Dan Scanlon looks comfortable and at home — because he is.

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Horror movies, in general, are not my favorite things in the world. I got nightmares simply from reading the synopsis of “Us,” and had I known what “Get Out” was about, I would not have agreed to see it with my friends.

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Coming out of the theatre after “Portrait of a Lady on Fire,” I felt a little disappointed.