Bella McGlone

Chris Distefano Brings Edgy Comedy to the Capital

Chris Distefano Brings Edgy Comedy to the Capital

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02/19/2020

From the beginning of Chris Distefano’s show, he seemed to immediately click with the audience. Between his impressions of millennial culture and the ease with which he talked about his private life, it was clear there was a certain “inside joke” quality to the way he presented his humor, making me feel like I was…

Aaron Hernandez And The Plague Of The NFL

Aaron Hernandez And The Plague Of The NFL

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02/04/2020

Like many people who aren’t big into sports, I had no idea who Aaron Hernandez was before watching the new Netflix docuseries, The Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez, surrounding his now infamous life. I had grown up going to Ravens games with my dad, mostly excited by how enthusiastic he got and the…

<i>The King:</i> Bore or Brilliance?

The King: Bore or Brilliance?

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11/06/2019

Ever since Netflix’s Roma (2018) became the first film released by a streaming service to be nominated for Best Picture at the Oscars, the platform has continued to increase its bids for award season successes. The latest of these bids, The King (2019), follows the “origin story” of King Henry V’s reign over England and…

<i>Coraline</i>: The Kids Movie That Made Me Afraid of My Mom

Coraline: The Kids Movie That Made Me Afraid of My Mom

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11/02/2019

Coraline (2009) isn’t exactly a “Halloween movie”. In fact, there’s no mention of Halloween at all. Despite this, Coraline’s resemblance to a lot of children’s Halloween movies has solidified its presence in my mind as a part of the same genre. Its participation in this genre, however, is extremely unique. Most children’s movies surrounding the…

Trailer Takes: <i>The King</i>, <i>Let It Snow</i>, and <i>Bloodshot</i>

Trailer Takes: The King, Let It Snow, and Bloodshot

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10/30/2019

The King: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=svVykTznk9Q&t=7s Lily: As much as I love reinterpretations of Shakespearean works, I’m not too sure about this. One of the most enjoyable aspects of Shakespeare’s plays is their focus on the relationships between the characters and how universal they are, and I didn’t get the sense that this would really be accomplished in…

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