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The Way Way Back

By: Talia Aroshas

I have always been a rather steadfast champion of coming-of-age movies; take that any which way you want, for me it has most to do with the genre’s ability to tug at your heartstrings while mixing humor, drama, and romance together in the emotional melting pot that is life.

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The Devil Wears White Gold

By: Talia Aroshas

Being the unfortunate fact that I signed a nondisclosure agreement before taking the job, I will keep this brief anecdote completely anonymous as to protect the identity of my former asinine employer. Please do not confuse this with a genuine care for her character--abhor her and wish to do her only the upmost of disrespects, whilst wish upon her a life of pain and suffering.

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Unemployment Life Advice

By: Talia Aroshas

About a year ago today my real life began. Born into this world as a tried and true Capricorn, I had spent my entire life working multiple jobs, whilst balancing school and internships, with little left to the imagination

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The Internship

By: Talia Aroshas

It is no secret that finding a respectable, well-paid job in this day and age is quite the challenge. As opposed to our predecessors who were, more or less, promised careers of grandeur and prestige upon their college under graduate graduation, we, as a generation, doggy paddle in a job pool so narrow, it’s as though we lack the proper education to swim.

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Now You See Me

By: Talia Aroshas

Picture yourself here: Las Vegas, Nevada, at a sold out performance of a fancy pants, showy magic show of which, at the end, you are showered with millions upon millions of dollars.

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This is the End

By: Talia Aroshas

The film opens as Seth Rogen, playing himself, picks up his good friend Jay Baruchel, also playing himself, from the airport. Baruchel a socially awkard out-of-towner, is very vocal about his distaste for LA from the onset—both the surroundings and the inhabitants. Rogen, however, seems very happy with his place there, and in life, and it becomes apparent that these two friends have drifted to two different worlds and are trying, a little to forcibly, to meet somewhere in the middle.

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Miss Universe Gone Wrong

By: Talia Aroshas

Ever wonder what is like to have all your dreams come true one day, and then taken away from you the next?

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The Hangover 3

By: Talia Aroshas

I was really excited just before going to see The Hangover III---like, really.

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Billboard Music Awards

By: Talia Aroshas

Upon logging in to my AOL homepage Monday morning--yes AOL is still my homepage, I was inundated with a plethora of headlines regarding Sunday night’s Billboard Music Awards.

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Gatsby? What Gatsby?

By: Talia Aroshas

Carey Mulligan’s Daisy of Baz Lurhman’s newest rendition of The Great Gatsby asks exasperatedly near the film’s beginning, as...

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Star Trek is for Nerds

By: Talia Aroshas

Four years ago I was taken to J. J Abrams reboot of the Start Trek saga against my will---like, really. In my head, Star Trek was for nerds...

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Fact vs Fiction of Pain and Gain

By: Talia Aroshas

It’s not everyday that a dark comedy about a trio of ridiculously good looking body- building murderous thieves come into theatres...

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The Iceman

By: Talia Aroshas

On December 17th, 1986, after having allegedly killed somewhere between 100-250 men, Richard Kuklinski was arrested at a...

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Review: Springbreak Y'all!!

By: Talia Aroshas

A few short weeks ago, a little hyped up movie by the name of Spring Breakers was released to theatres nationwide.

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