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<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…

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…

Halftime’s Favorite Halftimes: Trailer Takes

Halftime’s Favorite Halftimes: Trailer Takes

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04/03/2019

It is The Georgetown Voice’s 50th anniversary week. To celebrate, the Halftime Leisure team got together to review our favorite Halftime posts. For our Wednesday Trailer Takes, we have some of our favorite, hottest Takes. *** Anna: “Avengers: Endgame, Kim Possible, and Breakthrough” by Katherine Randolph, Dajour Evans, and Beth Cunniff For the last three…

Unshelved: Call Me a Classic

Unshelved: Call Me a Classic

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10/11/2018

Ever since I saw Call Me By Your Name (2017), I’ve wanted to read the book. The film was so beautiful: the dreamlike Italian setting, the connection between the two main characters, the romance. I thought, I’d love to get inside that character’s head. And when I finally got around to reading André Aciman’s novel,…

How A24 Breaks All the Rules of Hollywood

How A24 Breaks All the Rules of Hollywood

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10/09/2018

Nobody used to watch a film at the cinema and wonder how it got there. Apart from Miramax and Fox Spotlight, film distribution and production was always a bit of a lost art, especially in a world of digital streaming which threatens to kill any motivation to leave your sofa and go to the theatre….

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