Amy Guay

A Case for the Classics: <i>When Harry Met Sally…</i>

A Case for the Classics: When Harry Met Sally…

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02/16/2016

Just in time to revel in our singleness on Valentine’s Day, my roommate and I watched Rob Reiner’s 1989 rom-com for the ages When Harry Met Sally… and subsequently developed a surprising affection for late 80s Billy Crystal (playing the titular Harry Burns). Written by the late-great Nora Ephron and also starring the lovably neurotic…

Golden Globes 2016: Recap, Reactions, and Ricky

Golden Globes 2016: Recap, Reactions, and Ricky

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01/18/2016

Due to free-flowing booze, circular tables rather than rigid auditorium seats, and twice the number of A-listers (stars from both television and film attend), the Golden Globes is notoriously known as the sloppiest stop of the awards season slog and, consequently, the most  entertaining to watch. Put on by the enigmatic and often ridiculed Hollywood…

Role Call: Feminism in Pop Culture

Role Call: Feminism in Pop Culture

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10/13/2015

This summer saw the budding friendship between Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Schumer, much to the joy of every Buzzfeed user and Twitter fanatic. According to Rolling Stone, after spending the last few months together on tropical getaways and dancing together atop Billy Joel’s piano, the pair is co-writing a movie where they appear as sisters,…

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