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Vive le Montral

Sometimes, a girl just needs to go to Canada. Enter Passover break and what was quite possibly one of the least planned and best executed trips of all time. Mere days before leav… Read More...

Brandeis goes Hollywood

There was nothing odd about the great white limo parked in front of the paparazzi-lined red carpet, except for the fact that the carpet led up to the Shapiro Campus Center. Its n… Read More...

Theater: Urinetown or bust

Saturday, March 25, the Shapiro Theater found itself over capacity. People filled all 249 seats, as well as two additional rows in the back of the theater. A line stre… Read More...

There's nothing else for me but dance

Im leaving my last class and heading for the weekend. Am I thinking about the Irish fun Ill be having? Not quite. I walk into the Shapiro Campus Center and head over to Java City, w… Read More...

Make room for The Time Traveler's Wife

I know the number one thing on most of us liberal arts kids wish lists isnt another book to read. Just keeping up with what Im supposed to have done for class is enough of an uphill strug… Read More...

Whether or not to Walk the Line

The series of strange and confusing events that lead me to Walk the Line this past weekend almost seem like seeing this movie was fated. If a few things had gone differently, I wo… Read More...

Game, Set…Match Point?

There are movies out there that are intentionally bizarre. Movies that try to confuse you, or that are so bad, so out there, theyre almost good.

Match Point is not any o… Read More...

The good, the bad and Tristan and Isolde

As someone who took Arthurian Literature last semester, I recognized the names Tristan and Isolde when I first heard about this movie. Since I didnt actually read about them i… Read More...

A little pride and my prejudice

It really says something about the state of my hometown that absolutely no one save me and two friends were in the theater to see the evening showing of Pride & Prejudice on its n… Read More...

Once upon a time there was a Shopgirl

The sound of music that is meant to tug at your heartstrings fills the theater and, as sweeping shots pan over Los Angeles, you get a distinct sensation that you are about to … Read More...

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