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Prince and the Power Generation

Eternal bloody love

Review of The Martian

Based on the book of the same name written by Andy Weir, The Martian is about human strength and courage in the face of staggering obstacles.

Tuesday Night’s Comedy Lineup

‘Tis the season for television’s biggest networks, FOX, NBC, and ABC, to start spewing out new shows that may or may not get picked up for a second season. But the question is, which of them are worth the watch?

Madonna DOES IT Again and Again

The show of 92'

FIlm about Hmong punks is lucky in theatres

The Beauty of “All the Light We Cannot See”

All the Light We Cannot See, written by Anthony Doerr, begins its very first lines as such: “At dusk they pour from the sky. They blow across the ramparts, turn cartwheels over rooftops, flutter into the ravines between houses.” Just that could make someone want to read further, to see what these things are, what could possibly be moving so quickly, so artfully through the sky.

“Mad Max” Paves A Road for Modern Feminism in Film

A stack of several feminist books with a DVD copy of the film "Mad Max" sitting on top.

This summer Hollywood has treated us to many different sequels and spin-offs, but there was one film that has stood out from the crowd. There was one that took its source material and re-imagined it as something so refreshing and new, it surely will have an impact on the kinds of blockbuster films we may see from now on.

This film is “Mad Max: Fury Road”, released May 15. If you haven’t seen the film yet, let me give you the five second review: oh my god, the action never stops and I want more.

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