Dajour Evans

Trailer Takes: <i>Avengers: Endgame, Kim Possible, and Breakthrough</i>

Trailer Takes: Avengers: Endgame, Kim Possible, and Breakthrough

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Avengers: Endgame https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hA6hldpSTF8 Dajour: Hello Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner)! Hello Ant-man (Paul Rudd)! It truly looks like Thanos (Josh Brolin) is out here living his best life now, frolicking in a field of flowers. But seriously, this trailer by itself honestly didn’t do much to get me hyped for this film—and, that’s okay because it didn’t…

Trailer Takes: <i>Artemis Fowl</i>, <i> Happy Death Day 2U</i>, <i>The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Part 2</i>

Trailer Takes: Artemis Fowl, Happy Death Day 2U, The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Part 2

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Artemis Fowl—https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oP-fRX_gB6o Dajour: The name Artemis Fowl sounds recognizable; that is the most I can offer about this trailer. Judging from the comments on the trailer, this film is based off a book that I never read. One comment astutely reads “Please don’t Percy Jackson this book,” and it reminded me of how terrible the…

<i>Ralph Breaks the Internet</i> and conventions of children’s animation

Ralph Breaks the Internet and conventions of children’s animation


In the action-packed finale of Ralph Breaks the Internet, a virus, represented by a small-insect like creature, begins to spread throughout the Internet. As it takes over, it repeats the phrase, “distributing insecurity.” But this insecurity infecting the web, and the film’s characters, isn’t some ad or spam—it’s Ralph’s own insecurity about his friendships. The…

<i>American Vandal</i> and the Art of the Mockumentary

American Vandal and the Art of the Mockumentary


A couple of weeks ago, a video began circulating on my Facebook news feed. It featured students in a high school all involuntarily defecating on themselves, with the caption stating that someone had spiked the school’s lunches with laxatives. My Facebook friends were sharing it saying, “This is insane,” or tagging their friends in the…

<i>Harry Potter</i>: The Impact of 20 Years Later

Harry Potter: The Impact of 20 Years Later


About a month ago, I was sitting with my friend on my bed, giving her one of my many “Why I love Harry Potter” speeches. As the conversation went on, I felt myself getting choked up. It’s peculiar, I thought as I tried—and failed—not to tear up, the way one series can affect me in…

The Weekly List: Happy Birthday Beyoncé

The Weekly List: Happy Birthday Beyoncé


On September 4th, 1981, a queen was born. Perhaps the most iconic artist working today, Beyoncé has managed to continuously dominate the charts, selling over 100 million records worldwide, winning a total of 22 Grammy awards, not to mention countless other accolades. I grew up listening to Beyoncé and she has remained my favorite artist…

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