Year in Review: Top Movies of 2014

2014 may not have been a banner year for the film industry, as Hollywood had its worst box-office summer slump in eight years, with sales down almost 20% from last summer. However, 2014 seems to have been the year of the franchise, as a majority of the top movies were sequels to some fan-favorite films. […]

Year in Review: Funniest Ads of 2014

It’s that time of year again! As we wrap 2014 and get ready to say hello to 2015, it seems as if the Internet is filled with nothing but top ten lists to highlight everything from the most streamed songs to the best cat pictures. We decided to join the rest of the Internet in […]

Funny Friday: “It’s October 3rd”

“On October 3rd he asked me what day it was…it’s October 3rd” Just about every Millennial will be making (or already has made) this joke today, in honor of the much-loved 2004 comedy Mean Girls. What was once just a regular day in October is now celebrated as unofficial Mean Girls Day, so in honor of October 3rd, […]

Wednesdays without Will: The TV Trumps the Cinema

Sunday night: television’s primetime. Notice how having “your shows” is no longer exclusive to lame couples and stay-at-home moms. Breaking Bad and  Dexter both conclude their series this month and have sent social media and blogs everywhere buzzing with their twists, turns and predictions. From  Mad Men and  Homeland to  Glee and  Pretty Little Liars, modern television provides endless talking points […]

Wednesdays without Will: Dove and Defining Beauty

For every society in the world, the history of makeup and cosmetics dates back several thousand years. However, makeup didn’t become a main part of the American culture until the early twentieth century when Hollywood began making it more mainstream. Quickly catching on, the flapper culture embraced and used makeup for personal use by the […]

Diversity and the Oscars

“This moment is for Dorothy Dandridge, Lena Horne, Diahann Carroll. It’s for the women that stand beside me- Jada Pinkett, Angela Bassett and it’s for every nameless, faceless woman of color that now has a chance because this door tonight has been opened.” I remember as if it were yesterday, these moving and powerful words […]

Two for two Tuesday: Rising Stars

From an awkward roommate who gets huge, infected Mexican worms tattooed on her back to the extraordinary Dr. Frank en Furter who gives lap dances to the audience, these characters came to life on the screens of Bridesmaids and Perks of Being Wallflower by the amazingly talented Rebel Wilson and Ezra Miller. These two upcoming stars are taking over the […]