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Learning From the TV We Love (or Hate)

By Erin Cabrey

Hannah, Marnie, Jessa and Shoshanna, the leading ladies of “Girls,” have returned to television screens this week for the final season of the oft-debated HBO series. 840 more words

Culture

Wisdom of the Cross

Here is the sermon I delivered for the Fourth Sunday after Epiphany:

There is a saying that sometimes the truth is stranger than fiction.  A novelist may write a story about a whole series of unexpected events occurring in the life of the main character.  1,646 more words

The Ingredients in a Soundtrack

There’s a cake.

The recipe is foolproof, and it’s followed more closely than a car going 35 mph on the highway. Every step is executed perfectly. 1,499 more words

Billboard

La La Land

I saw the trailer for a happy movie, a musical, a comedy, a romance, no violence, no killing, no war, the kind of movie that just gets you away from the real world, with Ryan Gosling. 381 more words

Happy

Moonlight: Why Does It Seem So Real?

One of the most difficult questions to answer when making a film, particularly about a subject or topic that seems foreign, is “How do I make this story and character authentic?” Writers (at least good writers) struggle with this question all the time. 285 more words

Film

What happens in La La Land...

La La Land has won 6 Golden Globes and has been nominated for the Oscars in no less than 14 categories. The expectations one goes the cinema with are incredibly high or perhaps incredibly skeptical, but either way most of us have heard of it and most of us want to make up our own minds about it. 1,121 more words

THE KNEEJERK CRITIC MOVIE REVIEW: La La Land

Mga kano talaga kung maka-love your own ano?

Matagal na akong nakakarinig ng buzz tungkol sa #lalaland  since it premiere sa Venice Film Festival. Bongga raw! 1,476 more words

Knee-jerk Critic