Caitlin Mannering

A Case for the Classics: <i>Reservoir Dogs</i>

A Case for the Classics: Reservoir Dogs

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02/24/2016

The year is 1992, Quentin Tarantino’s directorial debut, Reservoir Dogs, is released, beginning more than twenty years of Tarantino’s iconic movie formula. The violent movie follows a botched diamond heist, but what sets it apart from other action movies are the erratic flashbacks and exaggerated dramatic energy that add up to create a blunt, bloody,…

Cherry Tree Massacre Continues to Grow and Delight

Cherry Tree Massacre Continues to Grow and Delight

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02/15/2016

On Friday, the Georgetown Chimes continued their three-weekend a cappella festival called the Cherry Tree Massacre, one of the biggest college a cappella festivals in the country.  The concept of a four-part concert series was first suggested by John O’Grady in 1974 when he was still a neophyte in the Chimes. On Friday the Chimes…

Halftime Reviews: <i>Not to Disappear</i> by Daughter

Halftime Reviews: Not to Disappear by Daughter

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01/21/2016

Daughter’s second full-length album, Not To Disappear, takes a sharp turn from lead singer Elena Tonra’s somber musings about broken relationships heard in the band’s first album, If You Leave. One of the breakout singles on the new album, “Doing The Right Thing,” deals with the loss of selfhood during dementia. Tonra softly sings, “Then…

<i>Homeland</i> Season Five, An Irregular Start

Homeland Season Five, An Irregular Start

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10/22/2015

The fifth season of Homeland picks up two years after the gritty, action-packed last episodes of  season four.  After the horrors she went through in Islamabad, Carrie Mathison finds herself in a surprisingly domestic environment.   Now living in Berlin, Carrie is actually taking care of her daughter after dumping her off at her sister’s…

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