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The Best Non-Best Pictures

Taking a break from the book covers to re-post this from our family blog for Hollywood’s biggest night.

Tonight’s the big night: the Oscars. But I dedicate this final post of the 2017 Oscar season to the bridesmaids who could never be the bride. 560 more words


Mrs Robinson, you are trying to seduce me. Aren't you?

For God’s sake, Mrs. Robinson. Here we are, you’ve got me into your house. You give me a drink. You put on music.
Now you start opening up your personal life to me and tell me your husband won’t be home for hours. 11 more words


At the Movies

Concise expression was the topic of my creative writing class tonight.  One of our in-class assignments was to rewrite a famous book or movie in two sentences.   93 more words


Mrs. Robinson, you're trying to seduce me

Have you seen the latest movie of Jennifer Lopez ‘The boy next door’?! It is a thriller that tell us the relationship between her and a younger neighbor. 171 more words


The Graduate: film or book? 

There is no denying that the Graduate is a wonderful story wether you consume it in its original book form or its film. The story doesn’t change much in the transition from book to film but there are still significant stories in the idiosyncrasies and how the story is presented. 522 more words

TV, Myself, and I (Part I): The Four Factors of Televisual Familiarity

By Christopher M. Rzigalinski

The intimacy of watching television is different than bonding with movies or music. Whenever I enter new periods of confusion in my life, I make it a point to rewatch the The Graduate (1967) or blast the electric “I-don’t-give-a-fuck” Live 1966 “Royal Albert Hall” version of Bob Dylan’s “ 699 more words

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The Graduate By Ashley Shepherd

The Graduate Film Review

By: Ashley Shepherd

Mike Nichols directed the film The Graduate. It follows a recent college graduate bachelor who has made great accomplishments during his four years at school. 589 more words

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