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Wes Anderson

Forrester’s Take: Wes Anderson’s “The Grand Budapest Hotel”

If there was ever a man who delighted in the whimsical joy and nostalgia of cinema, it would be Wes Anderson. Known for multiple films, the director excels at layering personality and wit amidst a refined vintage homage, and Anderson never fails to imbibe his cheeky nuance with color and personality. This writer has viewed a handful of his films, and “The Grand Budapest Hotel” didn’t fail to stray from the formula. The movie opens to a cheerful, barbershop quartet backed stroll through a snow-covered…

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Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Lohan: On the Road to Recovery

The former child actress has been pretty erratic in recent years. Now with Oprah behind her and a docu-series on the way, is she finally set to make her big comeback? I feel that it’s pretty safe to say, the biggest reason anyone feels invested in Lohan is because of her role in Tina Fey’s cult classic, Mean Girls (2004). Who didn’t love the ingenue turned preppy  pretty (mean) girl, Cady Heron? But while the film served to launch Rachel McAdams career, it seemed to mark some…

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What the 86th Academy Awards Tell Us About 2014

Facebook is still reeling with posts about the 86th Academy Awards on Sunday night, but ultimately, we can say this about the 2014 Oscars… It felt like more than ever this years Oscars was a representation of where our society is heading as a whole. There were high moments, there were low moments, but all in all, they were Oscar moments, and as 2014 is still in it’s youth, it looks like this year’s Academy Awards is a good basis to predict what the rest…

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