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Film Friday: Molly

Film Friday: Molly's Game

Now I don't know too much about poker. Actually I know nothing about poker. I have always wanted to learn for years, but sadly my card playing skills are showcased best at Go Fish only. However, leave it to masterclass writer Aaron Sorkin to get me fully invested in a...

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Film Friday: Beauty and the Beast

Film Friday: Beauty and the Beast

The more I think about it, the more I realize just how much I love the original Beauty and the Beast. The 1991 classic animated film has my favorite Disney princess Belle, but only recently have I begun to regard it as possibly my favorite Disney film. Which is why...

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Film Friday: The Artist

Film Friday: The Artist

Hollywood loves movies about making movies. The Academy does as well, leading to many of these films sweeping the categories when it comes to award season. There is usually a struggling artist looking for their big break and the overall message to follow your dreams...

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Film Friday: The Karate Kid

Film Friday: The Karate Kid

We are throwing it back to a classic for this week's Film Friday, showcasing the 1984 film The Karate Kid. No not the 2010 version with Jaden Smith and Jackie Chan, though I'm not going to lie, I liked that one too. The original Karate Kid starred Ralph Macchio and...

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Film Friday: Coco

Film Friday: Coco

Welcome back to Film Fridays! To start off, trailers can be a blessing and a curse. They're personally my favorite part of going to the theater, but sometimes they give away too much, or too little in some cases. Usually a trailer is what ropes my interest in a...

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Film Friday: Wonder Woman

Film Friday: Wonder Woman

If I'm going to be truthful, I have to admit: I am a bit tired of superhero movies. Not to say I don't enjoy all of them, sometimes watching a superhero movie brings everyone together for a fun time. My problem is that there is simply too much nowadays. More and more...

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Film Friday: Dangal

Film Friday: Dangal

The combination of a biographical film with a sports drama is sure to elicit a moving film, as is most certainly the case with Dangal, our Film Friday selection for this week. Dangal has become the highest grossing movie in India and is still setting box office...

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Film Friday: Cinderella

Film Friday: Cinderella

We are currently in the midst of an era of film remakes, adaptations, reboots, etc. It seems like everything from books, to old movies, to classic fairy tales are all being adapted for the big screen. Disney in particular has been rolling out the live action...

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Film Friday: Neerja

Film Friday: Neerja

Biographical movies attract movie goers. There is something about a true story that appeals to audiences, makes them watch with wonder and remind themselves that what's happening on-screen actually happened in real life. Many times, film serves a medium for the...

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Film Friday: Queen

Film Friday: Queen

When people think of Bollywood films, a typical image seems to come to most minds. Love stories filled with comedy and drama-filled families, couples singing and dancing in exotic locations, etc. Wake up call! India has the biggest movie industry in the world. Those...

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