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Film Review: Paper Towns

—WARNING: ALL REVIEWS CONTAIN SPOILERS—

I had mixed feelings about this film. Part of me really liked it while part of me was expecting something more. 510 more words

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The Graduate (1967)

The Graduate (1967)

  1. Casting: The main characters are Benjamin Braddock (Dustin Hoffman), Mrs Robinson (Anne Bancroft) and Elaine Robinson (Katharine Ross). Hoffman and Ross were fairly unknown at this time, but Bancroft had already established herself in the industry with an Oscar-winning performance in The Miracle Worker (1962).
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Don't Think, Just Talk

There’s no time for mental stagnation like the post-grad summer low. These days I’ve been at such a loss for words, order, the slimmest tendril of a fresh idea that I pass my diploma — newly hanging by my bedroom door in an embossed, lacquered frame — with almost-shame. 385 more words

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The Graduate.

The written word is one that I have tried to avoid. As someone who graduated only a week ago I can’t help but feel like I have spent the past three years being judged on my ability to construct and situate words within a sentence. 235 more words

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The Graduate - Picturehouse Cinemas' Student Magazine - sneak peek!

The Graduate lands on 14 August, so get the date in your diary and head to your local Picturehouse Cinema to pick up a copy of the best mag in the business! 177 more words

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The Graduate: How to Get Your Parents to Stop Worrying About You Post-Graduation

Are you a recent graduate? Are you’re getting ready to graduate in the near future? Maybe you’re a parent trying to get a glimpse into your adult child’s mindset after graduation. 424 more words

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After the Credits Roll: The Rash Vows of St. Camillus de Lellis

A saint is not a saint only when he is performing saintly acts. He may be more saintly then than at other times, but the thing is a…

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