Netflix it: Ripley

January 4th, 2015
6 months ago

By Kaitlin Lyle “If I could just go back… if I could rub everything out… starting with myself,” And so, with that soft-spoken opening line, the cinematic journey of Ripley begins into the mesmerizing world of intrigue, murder, and a darkly perfected talent at impersonation. In this 1999 psychological thriller, director Anthony Minghella (The English […]


Netflix it: Archer

January 4th, 2015
6 months ago

By Joshua Peck One of my personal favorite TV shows to “binge watch” on Netflix is Archer. A parody of most conventional spy shows, it features a series of raunchy one-liners. The show never fails to make me laugh out loud. What’s most remarkable about the show is it’s extensive usage of references, both in the […]


Netflix It: Double Indemity

January 4th, 2015
6 months ago

by Kaitlin Lyle “Murder’s never perfect; always comes apart sooner or later, and when two people are involved it’s usually sooner,” said Barton Keyes in the 1944 award-winning noir film “Double Indemnity”. “Double Indemnity” director, Billy Wilder, guides his audience in unveiling a murder mystery centered on the life and lies of an insurance salesman. The cinematic […]


Netflix it: Without a Paddle

January 4th, 2015
6 months ago

by Kaitlin Lyle “Without a Paddle” succeeds in satisfying the basic elements to a hilarious story: take a trio of idiots, put them in the middle of nowhere to fend for their lives and sit back and enjoy the show. Childhood friends Jerry, Tom, Billy and Dan have dreamed about searching for the lost treasure […]


Netflix it: Fatal Attraction

January 4th, 2015
6 months ago

by Kaitlin Lyle They say hell hath no fury like a woman scorned, but what happens when there’s two women? Director Adrian Lynne has been known particularly for his enraptured focus on infidelity and its consequences on our loved ones. For “Fatal Attraction”, he concocts a gripping mixture of one man’s adultery, an affair’s bold […]


Netflix It!: The League

September 27th, 2014
9 months ago

by Ashley Arnesen Good news for all the guys out there: you can finally watch football with your girlfriend even if she still has no idea what’s going on. And, good news for all the ladies out there: you can stop pretending you have any idea what’s going on! Guys, after endless hours of trying […]


Netflix It!: “Drop Dead Diva”

September 13th, 2014
10 months ago

by Larry Clark Deb was a high fashion model with everything going for her. Perfect home, perfect boyfriend, great family and friends, but this all gets flipped upside down when tragedy strikes. Deb ends up in a car crash and dies, going straight to heaven where she ends up at the desk of an angel […]


Netflix It: “The House I Live In”

April 23rd, 2014
1 year ago

By: Kevin Jachimowicz The ‘war on drugs’ is a term that I recall hearing since I was just a kid in elementary school, probably thanks to the D.A.R.E program, either that or one of those ‘this is your brain on drugs’ adverts. In a perfect world, the war on drugs is a highly respectable and […]


Netflix It: “Friday Night Lights”

April 9th, 2014
1 year ago

By Ariana D’Avanzo Crowds of howling fans cheering, popcorn being thrown amongst the packed bleachers and arguments happening left and right about who’s the better team: the environment of a football game. Then, suddenly, in the midst of the game, the fans fall silent and let out a big roaring gasp in unison, something happens […]


Netflix It: Prisoners – Edge of Your Seat Thriller

February 12th, 2014
1 year ago

The Prisoners: Movie Review By: Arianna Cecchini Warner Brothers produced a heart-thumping thriller last September titled “The Prisoners” starring Hugh Jackman and Jake Gyllenhaal. The film takes place in a rural New England neighborhood on Thanksgiving wherein two families share dinner together. Joy and Anna, two six year old girls, ask to walk to Anna’s […]


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