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The Perks of being a Wallflower 

Olivia A. Herzoff 11/18/15

The movie, The Perks of Being a Wallflower provides great example at which mental illness can be felt and seen from both sides, through a persons own experience and how the world views that person as well. 915 more words

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The Force Awakens, George Lucas, and one blogger's Star Wars-induced writer's block

My blogging has slowed down over the past six months or so, and I think Star Wars: The Force Awakens is to blame. It’s like I have a mental block that’s been in place since around the time the 2nd teaser trailer was released (you know, the one with Han saying “Chewie, we’re home”). 2,631 more words


Donnie Darko: An Expose on Society and Conformity

*Disclaimer: This film analysis of Donnie Darko contains film spoilers

Donnie Darko opens on a wide shot of a mountainous region. The color scheme, despite it being sunrise, provides an ominous backdrop, creating the sense that something is wrong. 3,537 more words


Jack Lemmon: The China Syndrome (1979)

The Film:
The China Syndrome focuses on television newscaster Kimberly Wells (Jane Fonda), who is continually relegated to trivial news stories and is blatantly made aware that the only expectation of her is to look good on camera. 840 more words


Jack Lemmon: The Odd Couple (1968)

The Film:
The Odd Couple is basic in its plot, but is memorable in its content. The film follows Felix Ungar (Jack Lemmon), whose wife has recently separated from him. 861 more words


There’s more to Back to the Future Part II than just hoverboards, self-lacing shoes, and Pepsi Perfect

After years of having to deal with false Facebook posts, today is finally, for real, Back to the Future day. Today, October 21, 2015 (at 4:29pm) is the day when Marty McFly, Doc Brown, and Jennifer Parker arrive at the future in… 1,559 more words


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We had an activity at school and we have to write a movie analysis. We should have a partner so my partner is my bestfriend ( @kyla5141 ). 321 more words