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Untitled Leisure Project: <i>Ain’t Them Bodies Saints</i>

Untitled Leisure Project: Ain’t Them Bodies Saints

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Welcome to the Untitled Leisure Project, the podcast where Voice staffers talk all things leisure. This week Leisure Editor Caitlin Mannering, Halftime Leisure Editor Amy Guay and Leisure Assistant Devon O’Dwyer discuss the 2013 film Ain’t Them Bodies Saints. Image Credits: IMDb Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

The 250: <i>La La Land</i>

The 250: La La Land

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Welcome to the 250, a weekly podcast where Voice staffers watch a movie from IMDb’s top 250 list and discuss their thoughts. This week host, Danielle Hewitt sits down with Amy Guay, Caitlin Mannering and Gustav Honl-Stuenkel to discuss the much talked about La La Land. Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes |…

<i>The Red Turtle</i> is a Poignant, Artful Vignette of Life

The Red Turtle is a Poignant, Artful Vignette of Life


In the beginning, you hover above the turmoil of dark, crashing waves and are thrown under the moving ocean. You watch a bearded man desperately try to claw his way back onto his diminutive boat until he slips into the abyss. You too are the man at times, with saltwater obscuring your vision and rushing…

The Privilege of Forgetting

The Privilege of Forgetting


I am nine months old when I fly first class for the first—and, at the time of this writing—only time in my life. My commuter dad amassed enough frequent flier points to score three deluxe seats on the second floor of a double-decker plane flying from Hong Kong International to JFK. Tragically, my paid-for seat…

Best of 2016: Movies

Best of 2016: Movies

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1.) Zootopia Zootopia includes effective humor, impactful themes, and introduces a beautiful, immersive environment to boot. The film follows Judy Hopps’s move to the city of Zootopia where she attempts to prove herself against existing stereotypes. The plot is engaging, hilarious, and ultimately uplifting. Each of the characters grapple with how their identities shape their interactions…

<i>Nocturnal Animals</i> Weaves a Tangled, Stunning Web

Nocturnal Animals Weaves a Tangled, Stunning Web


The women — corpulent, naked, and defiantly at ease — gyrate in slow-motion to haunting strings from composer Abel Korzeniowski, waving sparklers as the opening credits for Tom Ford’s Nocturnal Animals roll. The scene functions as both a meditative microcosm and an eye-catching hook: a promise of more things beautiful and strangely evocative to come….

Case for the Classics: <i>Fiddler on the Roof</i>

Case for the Classics: Fiddler on the Roof


The story has reached near mythic status in my family history: as I stopped at houses on the Halloween of my fourth year on this earth, I captivated dozens of unsuspecting neighbors with a rendition of “If I Were a Rich Man” from the 1964 musical Fiddler on the Roof instead of the traditional “trick-or-treat”….

A Case for the Classics: <i>The Good, the Bad and the Ugly</i>

A Case for the Classics: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly


Being made up of movies filmed on dry, punishing landscapes and populated with reticent, tobacco-chewing male characters cloaking their fragile masculinity with some good ol’ American blood and guts, the Western genre is generally not my genre of preference. I had previously plowed through a couple of John Wayne vehicles for the sole, hollow purpose…

Pink Bows and Broken Barriers: <i>The Eagle Huntress</i> Soars

Pink Bows and Broken Barriers: The Eagle Huntress Soars


The picture is captivating: a young girl stands on a rock formation, the Mongolian mountain skyline providing a dramatic backdrop while a massive golden eagle perches on her outstretched arm. Photographed by Asher Svidensky, this picture of thirteen-year-old Aisholpan Nurgaiv went viral in 2014 and inspired The Eagle Huntress, a documentary which chronicles Aisholpan’s struggle…

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