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Review: Bob the Ball

“Bob is a ball. He’s the best ball in the world!” If I’d only known the historical significance of these two lines when I first watched this short movie. With themes of homesickness and friendship, Bob the Ball merges its storybook presentation

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Review: The Night Before

The holiday movie has become a staple in American cinematic culture. We all remember these films fondly: A Christmas Story, It’s a Wonderful Life, Home Alone, Die Hard. With reference to these kinds of movies, Jonathan Levine’s The Night Before attempts to emulate the same

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Confessions of a Facebook Introvert

If you’re reading this, you probably got linked here from my Facebook. I’ve seen you in my periphery, on the sidebar with all my other friends. Chances are, we haven’t seen each other in a long time. Alternatively, you’ve met me

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