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OSCARS 2016: Breaking Down the Best Picture Contenders

Every year, audiences and film fans speculate as to which movies will be nominated for Academy Awards. Those speculations were put to rest recently when the nominations were announced on January 14. There are dozens of categories to talk about,

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Posted in Action, Biopic, Books, Comedy, Drama, Fantasy, Journalism, Movies, Opinion, Sci-Fi, Spy, Uncategorized

Response to the ‘Batman v Superman’ Trailer Leak

On Wednesday night, it was announced that the first trailer for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice would premiere on April 20 at special IMAX screenings across the country. It was assumed that after the screenings, the trailer would be

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Posted in Comics, Journalism, Movies, News, Opinion, Sci-Fi, Social Media, Superheroes

Vid-Ed: As One Who Reviews

I was going to reveal this yesterday, but something else *ahem* swung into the news. I decided to try out a new format. Introducing: my first “video editorial”…or Vid-Ed. I decided to talk about how Birdman and Jupiter Ascending relate

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Posted in Journalism, Movies, Opinion, Review, Video

Media Outlets Are Scared

GloZell Green established a successful comedy career by herself and published her own book of inspirational poems called Wait! Let Me Tell You. Bethany Mota helped turn haul videos into a marketing tool, and has launched her own clothing and

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Posted in Journalism, Opinion, Politics, Social Media, TV

Let’s Not Encourage the Sony Hackers

All right, friendos, we’ve got to talk. As you may know, Sony Pictures Entertainment experienced a massive hack that shut down their whole system and gave hackers access to a boatload of private information. These hackers demanded that Sony pull

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Posted in Journalism, Movies, Opinion, TV