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Tuesday Reviews-Day: Grammar Ninja

by Sabrina C. Zertuche

As a writing consultant, I see grammar and punctuation issues everyday. These are natural issues, things that even English majors (like my colleagues and I) still work with despite our years of writing. 347 more words

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Back to the Future Part II (Alan Silvestri)


Robert Zemeckis’s science-fiction action comedy Back to the Future was, in spite of its troubled production, an unqualified success. With the President of the United States quoting the film’s script in speeches and over $300 million in the bank, the highest-grossing film of 1985 seemed like a sure thing for a sequel after its cheeky tease of an ending. 927 more words

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Tuesday Reviews-Day: Hello, Sweetie! (Can you guess what I am writing about?)

by Sabrina C. Zertuche

For any member of this fandom, there is nothing better than hearing the words, “I’m The Doctor, and I save people!” 418 more words

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Tuesday Reviews-Day Retro Edition Presents: NES DUCK HUNT

By Sabrina C. Zertuche

On October 18, 1985, Nintendo released Duck Hunt for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES).

Using the NES Zapper (pictured below), players could shoot ducks in the air after the rather goofy looking dog scared them out of hiding. 990 more words

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Tuesday Reviews-Day will REALLY be back October 6, 2015

By Sabrina C. Zertuche

I have failed, readers. I said that reviews would begin last week and I did keep to my word.

For that, accept my deepest apologies. 58 more words

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High School (1968)

Frederick Wiseman’s second feature length documentary is a frightening indictment of public education institutions, which would seem unfair and cynical except that I can remember specifically living through variants of more than half the scenes Wiseman captures here. 197 more words

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