Category Archive: Review

Review of Nightcrawler by Brent Leibowitz

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There is just something about charismatic sociopaths that Hollywood loves. Nightcrawler, released October 31st 2014, offers the newest member to that group in the form of Louis “Lou” Bloom. Chillingly portrayed by Jake… Continue reading

My Teen Angst Has a Body Count by Vanessa Allen

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Imagine your average high school. You have your jocks, your nerds, your brutal, bully-type popular girls, and, of course, your attractive dark-haired biker kid who is more interested in murder than a healthy… Continue reading

Adaptation by Kitty Guo

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Kitty Guo sits at her laptop, faces a blank Google document, and, in order to convey the genius of Adaptation, types out, “in order to convey the genius of Adaptation.” Adaptation is about… Continue reading

Watch First, Read Second by Tina Ziobro

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*WARNING: Spoilers. If you have read the book, you will not be surprised* Teen lives are encapsulated by television, social media and videogames, but every once in a while we actually take the… Continue reading

True Detective Season 2 Review by Robert Carieri

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Very rarely does a show’s second season outshine the first, though there are some exceptions. To the dismay of many, the first episode of the returning HBO series True Detective has hinted that… Continue reading

Inside Out Review by Christine Arumainayagam

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Who wouldn’t want a look inside of their moody preteen daughter’s head? Pixar’s Inside Out, directed by Pete Dokter, accomplishes this task using lighthearted humor for younger audiences and darker, more mature themes… Continue reading