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Educated Guesses for Cinema’s Wildest Season

Sammy Warshaw, A&E Editor

November 9, 2011


Filed under Arts, National art blog

Fret not, eager filmgoers. The journey through the mediocrity of post-summer and fall films is coming to an end. Need I say more? It’s Oscar season, baby. It’s okay that you haven’t been to the movies in a month. Coming from me, that’s a pretty huge statement. To give you an idea, I’m usually...

Return of The King: “The Lion King 3D” Review

Haley Randich

October 11, 2011


Filed under Arts, National art blog

Last week, a 17 year-old classic finished its second theatrical release, with a two week run with a total gross of $61.7 million, drawing in viewers of all ages, some of them Staples students. The Lion King’s second success’ key factor? 3D. Or was it? For Christina Kelly ’12, who saw the movi...

‘Contagion’: One Sick Film

‘Contagion’: One Sick Film

Nicole DeBlasi, Staff Writer

September 23, 2011


Filed under Arts, National art blog

Released on Sept. 9, “Contagion,” an American thriller directed by Steven Soderbergh, lets your mind wander into the imaginative world of what would happen if mev-1, the disease in this frightening movie, was real. And this movie left me feeling truly scared. Steven Soderbergh creates a frightening...

Toquet Hall Screens “Animal House”

Bailey Valente '13, Staff Writer

September 16, 2011


Filed under Arts, National art blog

The Westport Cinema Initiative is hosting a screening of the 1978 movie Animal House at 8:00 p.m. this Saturday, Sept. 17 at Toquet Hall in downtown Westport. “It’s not only a high grossing film, but it is the quintessential college movie,” said Sandy Leskowitz of Westport Cinema Initiative. Following the film...

Top 5 Summer Movies of All Time

Top 5 Summer Movies of All Time

June 11, 2010


Filed under Arts, National art blog

Sammy Warshaw '12 A&E Editor     5) The Sixth Sense: summer of ’99 Director M. Night Shayamalan’s second feature film was nowhere to be found on any “anticipation” list for summer movies in 1999. Little did audiences know that what they were watching would spark a rebirth of a genre. The horror/thriller genre was beginning to look a...

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