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Review: The Imitation Game.

World War Two is mostly characterised by big battles, famous leaders and war crimes committed by the Nazi regime. So, imagine a film that doesn’t feature any battle scenes, has no famous leaders or generals and doesn’t have anything to do with the war crimes, but still focuses on one of the main factors in the allies victory in the war. 430 more words

Film

The Imitating Game - Can film makers think?

Into one room go a hundred or so people. The lights are turned down, a giant screen plays a series of flashing images that are part of a test to determine whether or not a collective of human minds are able to complete a visual crossword puzzle. 703 more words

Contemporary Exposition

The First Thing Kim Kardashian Did Right

I am not in the minority when I say I am not a Kardashian fan. I don’t know if it’s the fact that she’s married to all-round bundle of turbulent, narcissistic, drop-crotch trousered idiocy; Kanye West, or because she says things like; “I hate when women wear the wrong foundation colour, it might be the worst thing on the planet”, and “I have this, like, sixth sense where I can smell if someone has a cavity”. 595 more words

Culture

The Duchess (2008)

“Well, as they say, the Duke of Devonshire must be the only man in England not in love with his wife.” – Bess Foster (Hayley Atwell) 501 more words

Film

Telluride Comes to Dartmouth

This past weekend was the start of “Telluride at Dartmouth,” an event that takes place each year at the College’s Hopkins Center for the Arts (a.k.a. 730 more words

Dartmouth College