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The <i>Voice</I>‘s Favorite RomComs

The Voice‘s Favorite RomComs


In honor of Valentine’s Day, Voice staffers wrote about their favorite romantic comedies to get them through this fake holiday! When Harry Met Sally I got stood up on New Years Eve my sophomore year of high school, so I cried for an hour and then started watching When Harry Met Sally, which is the…

Job (Half) Well Done: <i>Whiskey Tango Foxtrot</i> Brings Laughs but Lacks in Depth

Job (Half) Well Done: Whiskey Tango Foxtrot Brings Laughs but Lacks in Depth


Whiskey Tango Foxtrot makes perfect sense—under certain conditions. It is undoubtedly the combination of directors Glenn Ficara and John Requa’s (Crazy, Stupid Love) rom-com orientation, writer Robert Carlock’s (30 Rock; Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt) socially-aware comedic sense, and Tina Fey’s witty, charming humor. It is not a war drama, but rather a comedic look into the…

Mouthy and Magnificent: Reynolds Makes <i>Deadpool</i> a Manic Success

Mouthy and Magnificent: Reynolds Makes Deadpool a Manic Success


After about a minute of watching Deadpool, it is abundantly clear that the film is not taking itself the least bit seriously. Instead of listing the standard rundown of actors and crew, the opening credits name superhero movie stereotypes like “the hot girl,” “the gratuitous cameo,” and “a British villain” before crediting “the real heroes”…

<i>The Boy</i>: Clichéd, Innovative, Or Both?

The Boy: Clichéd, Innovative, Or Both?


Toeing a fine line between cliché and innovation, director William Brent Bell’s newest horror movie, The Boy, gets audiences screaming as it spins the tale of a doll replacing the lost son, Brahms, of an elderly couple living in the English countryside. Starring Lauren Cohan of the Walking Dead, The Boy at first appears to…

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