Last semester, Wii in my friend’s Kilgo dorm was an institution.
“Britney Jean” isn't particularly innovative, but it shouldn’t have to be.
"Divas! Queens! We don't need no man! Salute!"
It’s deliberately fashioned to keep us on edge, and once again, Bird pulls at us, affecting a plaintive beauty as he pulls his bow.
"Surrender to the Fantasy" showcases Magik Markers’s trip into psychedelia.
This adaptation is faithful enough to please English teachers with something to show when they finish teaching the novel, but it adds very little in story or interpretation.
All of the blue creates a mesmerizing, dream-like atmosphere that is terrifically easy to get lost in.
Although not much is known about the film in the United States due to its limited availability, there is already significant buzz surrounding it from international sources.
Well it’s about time Rachel McAdams broke out of her typecast and starred in a romantic comedy.
If we hope to resuscitate the novel, we must be willing to ask ourselves the difficult, albeit obvious, questions.
"Tiksi" shows us a place so radically distant from our everyday without romanticizing it.
In the world of underground house balls, extravagance and 'realness' reign supreme.
“It doesn’t feel like we are breaking any boundaries; it feels boundless.”