Monthly Archives: June 2014

Film Review: The Cook, the Thief, His Wife, and Her Lover | Greater than the Plate

In fictional media, the act of eating and dining with others is one of the most commonly used elements that is used to represent something greater. Usually, eating is used to show a form of comfort a character regularly enjoys, … Continue reading

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TV Review: Orange is the New Black Season 2 | Drama, Comedy, and Heart Uncaged

Of the original Netflix shows, Orange is the New Black is the one that probably has had the most influence and cultural impact. Created by Jenji Kohan of Weeds fame, the show followed thirty-something yuppie Piper Chapman (Taylor Shilling) as a past crime catches … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Pervert’s Guide to Ideology | Cinematic Brainwashing

Part of why people turn to movie reviews and essays on films is because the reader trusts that the critic is someone who can expose what lies beneath a movie. Film critics spend years reading film, reading books about film, … Continue reading

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Cambridge Writers’ Workshop Recommends: Summer 2014 Literature & Films

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We at the Cambridge Writers’ Workshop hope all of you are planning to have a nice summer. Whether you use this summer to relax, to work, or to start something new, we hope you…

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