Monthly Archives: April 2013

Digging for Gold

I have always wondered what it would be like to find treasure. I do not know what I would do with it except maybe spend it on college, but the thought of finding long lost treasure is such an appealing … Continue reading

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Excuse Me Ma’am, but I Think You Have My Identity

If there is a movie out with Melissa McCarthy, it is guaranteed to be outrageously funny. However, the movie is not guaranteed to be entirely correct. The most recent movie she starred in is called Identity Thief. In the movie, … Continue reading

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The not entirely true story of “Argo” (Cont.)

Canada lost a great deal of credit from their part in the mission to save six members of the US Embassy staff during the 1979 Iran hostage crisis. I have discussed primarily the falsity of the film Argo based on … Continue reading

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A Beautiful Mind: The story of John Nash

The film A Beautiful Mind effectively portrays the life of a person living with schizophrenia and offers viewers several comments on the effects of mental illness. However, it doesn’t just limit the scope to simply this aspect. Being a genius … Continue reading

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The not entirely true story of “Argo”

A recent movie came out about actual events, but the manner in which they were portrayed has been remarkably distinct from the actual. Argo is a film based around the story presented in the book The Master of Disguise, which … Continue reading

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“Hakuna Matata”

Everyone recognizes the unforgettable opening scene of The Lion King. The rising sun paired with the African singing and vivid pictures of different animals is truly unique and is loved by almost every person who has seen the movie. As … Continue reading

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Breaking Bad: Ricin Beans

The AMC television show Breaking Bad revolves around the story of Walt White, a high school chemistry teacher who is diagnosed with terminal lung cancer. Concerned about the financial situation of his family, consisting of his pregnant writer wife Skyler and son … Continue reading

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