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50 Shades of Grey… More like 50 Shades of YES! Unlike many people, I thoroughly enjoyed the movie when it came out in theaters last month. I mean, being an employee at a Spencer’s Gifts, I clearly read the book. So, honestly, I didn’t have much of a say in the matter when it came to deciding if I saw the movie. After all, the movie has been described as “pornographic” and even “harmful to the...

Inside the Oscars controversies

If you tuned in to the 2015 Oscars this past February, then you’re sure to be familiar with the racial controversies that stormed the media. Every year, the Oscars seem to bring something worthy of discussing days, and potentially weeks later, but this year was much more worthy than years past.


Open letter to “All About That Bass” singer, Meghan Trainor

Open Letter to “All About That Bass” singer, Meghan Trainor, on why her hit song is not a “Body Positive Anthem.”

To Ms. Meghan Trainor:


The new wave of fame: social media stars

With the growth of social media platforms, many social media “stars” have reached fame and notoriety among millennials. After all, our generation has paved the way for social media to become a huge form of communication and in many ways, an art.


Focus loses focus between cons and romance

Starring Will Smith and Margot Robbie, Focus thrusts viewers inside the mysterious world of conmen. Smith is Nicky Spurgeon, a seasoned thief who specializes in lifts, deception, and favors for powerful professionals. Stay small, stay under the radar. That’s Nicky’s business philosophy. So is staying focused.


He's not for she: Emma Watson champions gender equality (without Prince Harry)

Emma Watson is a goddess among us mere mortals in this world. Now that the Harry Potter Series is over, it seems like she has dominated every aspect of life, one step at a time (in only eight pairs of shoes apparently). As a fashion icon, Emma absolutely ravages each and every award show. It’s a complete slaughter when she walks the red carpet, and everybody knows it.


Hogwarts student becomes a Disney princess

In the wake of other live action fairytale retellings — like 2010’s Alice in Wonderland and the upcoming Cinderella, opening March 13 — Disney Studios has announced that Emma Watson is signed on to play Belle in a new live action version of Beauty and the Beast.


Saying goodbye to the Bravermans

Well…I don’t even know how to start this. Let’s be real, I don’t even want to start this. I put off watching the series finale of Parenthood for almost 2 weeks — using the fact that I’m studying abroad in London and very busy with classes, work etc., as an excuse. And finally, I decided to watch it. I called in sick from work, due to a very bad cold (I actually feel like death.


Whether you like it or not, Toy Story 4 is happening

Pixar is revamping Toy Story, the franchise beloved by all ’90s kids, Disney CEO Bob Iger announced at a quarterly earnings meeting for investors on November 6.


Top 5 movies to complete your holiday season

The month of December is one of my favorite times of year. It’s so magical and wonderful; I don’t even mind the snow because I’m so unbelievably excited for every aspect of the holiday season—even the last minute Christmas shopping. Here are my top 5 favorite holiday movies:

1) The Santa Clause Movies


Prepare yourselves for a new Harry Potter spinoff series

Potterheads, rejoice, for a new Harry Potter movie trilogy is in the works!

While fans around the globe may fear the exploitation of their beloved series by Hollywood (I know I did!), they can rest easy knowing that the new series has the full support of author J.K. Rowling, who will also be writing the screenplay.


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