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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...

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:

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.

Simple plotline creates weak film

The plotline for The Croods movie is so simple a caveman could have done it. The film takes a different approach from other prehistoric cavemen movies, such as The Flintstones, where audiences see animal and man coexisting peacefully.

Connectivity Problems

The world is (supposedly) more connected now than ever before. Technology allows us to communicate easier, get work done quicker, and fit more into our daily lives. But with all these advancements, are we too distracted to recognize the beautiful moments and opportunities in life? Are people more disconnected?

What's Happened to the Disney Channel?

Disney Channel Original Series’ are just not what they used to be. I remember coming home from elementary school and immediately occupying the couch to engage in my own mini marathon of fascinating TV shows such as That’s So Raven and Lizzie McGuire. Ah, those were the days. Now, all I ever come across on the once respectable Disney Channel are shows such as A.N.T. Farm and Dog With a Blog.

Famous YouTubers You Should Watch

It’s mid-November and now that we’ve all survived our midterm exams and projects, there’s no better way to celebrate than by relaxing and watching some YouTube videos! Here’s a list of five awesome YouTubers you should watch:

Laci Green

Simple plotline leads to dull film

The plotline for The Croods is so simple that a caveman could have written it. The film takes a different approach from other prehistoric cavemen movies, such as The Flintstones, where audiences see animal and man coexisting peacefully.

A Maybe Happy Ending

For television shows, endings are rarely happy. Many shows are canceled within their first season, and some after just a few episodes. Conversely, the breakout hits last for years, as storylines get more contrived and character relationships are mixed and matched to the point where the desperation in the writers’ room is palpable.

A Parent's Worst Nightmare

As summer time comes around, it’s easy to say that all we want to do is dip our feet into a nice cold swimming pool. Well, E! TV has already done this for us and if we’re going all metaphorical here, they didn’t just dip our feet. Instead, they threw us into the deep end...without life preservers, because ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the world of Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte.

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