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Scorsese turns out another American cinema classic

Jason Seher ('07)/ Eastside Staff

November 21, 2006

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Whenever a Martin Scorsese film debuts in theaters, the American public reacts in one of two ways. Recently, the majority has sheepishly fallen in line with the words of misguided critics who Scorsese's works as more spectacle...

“Borat”: Controversial perspective or perspective controversy?

Justin Horowitz ('10)/ For Eastside

November 15, 2006

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The now controversial character “Borat” was originated by the character actor Sacha Baron Cohen (Talladega Nights) on the HBO “Da Ali G Show”. As Borat, Cohen gives us one of most brilliant comedic performances in film h...

Heroes: Episode 2

Caroline Babula (’09) and Ashley Drazen (’09)/ For Eastside

November 14, 2006

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One of the two victims Matt sees was frozen solid and had half of his skull sawed off. When Matt is accused of setting up the murders to look like a “hero,” he explains that he didn’t do it, but Sylar did. Only six peopl...

Eastside’s scariest countdown: movies 6-10

Joseph Pottackal ('09)/ Eastside World Issues Editor

October 31, 2006

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In many of the momentous horror films in cinema history, the events of the story revolve around picturesque children. Among the best of these performances is Haley Joel Osment’s portrayal of a young boy who can see dead people ...

Brick a movie with a good foundation

Madeleine Martin-Seaver/ Eastside Entertainment Editor

October 8, 2006

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If you ask about Brick and are turned off by the initial one-line description, that’s really no surprise. The premise sounds almost unbearably lame, the sort of plotline one would find in a parodic episode of, perhaps, Saved...

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