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Q&A with Sarah Koskoff, Staples Alum and Film Writer

Haley Zeldez, Web Sports Editor

February 26, 2012


Filed under Arts, National art blog

Staples alum Sarah Koskoff has written a film called Hello I Must Be Going. The film premiered at the 2012 Sundance Festival, and was a hit. Q:  What made you switch from play writing to film writing? A: I had gotten to the end of what I felt I could accomplish as a playwright in Los Angeles,...

The Best of the Worst: My Favorite Horribly-Rated Movies

Katie Reynolds, Staff Writer

February 9, 2012


Filed under Arts, National art blog

Some may say that I have bad taste in movies. I would rather say that my opinions are different than most. Unfortunately, I must admit that some of my favorite movies have not exactly been given the greatest of critical reviews. This realization led me to this: my favorite horribly-rated films. There...

Predicting the Oscars: 2012 Edition

Sammy Warshaw, A&E Editor

January 17, 2012


Filed under Arts, National art blog

A little while back, I wrote a piece about what to expect from the crazy time of Oscar season. I told people to look out for a few films, but the truth was, no one really knew what films were going to be good. Now, as January is here and the Golden Globe nominations are out, I can still proudly say that...

The Muppets: A Review

Nick Siegel, Staff Writer

December 21, 2011


Filed under Arts, National art blog

"The Muppets” is not "just another Muppets movie”; instead, it is a statement that the franchise is not dead and a healthy reminder to everyone that when done well, the Muppets can appeal to audiences across many demographics. To help write the movie, Disney got well-known Muppet fan Jason Segel to...

Happy Feet Two: An Adorable Letdown

Erik Sommer, Staff Writer

December 17, 2011


Filed under Arts, National art blog

Having Elijah Wood, Matt Damon, Common, Robin Williams, Pink, and Brad Pitt together in a room would be enough to make most star-struck. Combining the talents of these critically-acclaimed celebrities in a film would seemingly drive flocks of moviegoers to the box office with great expectation. Oddly...

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