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Worst to Best: “Star Wars” Films (Pre-Episode 9)

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Written by Zack Hohenstein, E23 Digital Director
December 10, 2019

A short time ago in a galaxy very close, the Oxford English Dictionary added another group of words to their official catalog. They do this every month. If you were Read the rest

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Worst to Best: The Marvel Cinematic Universe (April 2019)

Worst to Best: The Marvel Cinematic Universe (April 2019)

Written by Zack Hohenstein, E23 Staffer

Edited by John Messer, E23 Digital Director

We’re in the endgame now.

The Marvel Cinematic Universe is returning this week in the form of its twenty-second film, “Avengers: Endgame”. It’s hard to imagine any Read the rest

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“Finding Frances” at the 2019 True/False Film Festival

"Finding Frances" at the 2019 True/False Film Festival

Jake Mosher, E23 Staffer

“Finding Frances”, the series finale of TV series “Nathan for You”, showed at the Missouri Theatre as part of the True/False film festival. It originally premiered on Comedy Central on November 9. 2017, but Read the rest

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Opinion/Review: Sony’s “Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse” Brings Film Diversity to a New Level

Marvel’s latest installment of the webbed hero’s legacy shows anyone can ‘”put on the mask”

Emma Bennett, E23 Staffer

 

When I walked into the theater to see “Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse” for the first time, I expected Read the rest

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“Ralph Breaks the Internet” Smashes Original Film with a Brand New World (Review)

Diana Panuncial, E23 Staffer

“Ralph Breaks the Internet,” the sequel to “Wreck-It Ralph” from 2012, released Nov. 21 and grossed $55.6 million over Thanksgiving weekend and $84.4 million since its premiere, according to Rotten Tomatoes.

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“Night Comes On” at the 2018 Citizen Jane Film Festival

"Night Comes On" at the 2018 Citizen Jane Film Festival

On the final day of the 2018 Citizen Jane Film Festival, “Night Comes On” was the first film shown at Talking Horse Productions. The small, quaint theater was almost full as the audience sat in anticipation for the Read the rest

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“When We Grow Up” at the 2018 Citizen Jane Film Festival

"When We Grow Up" at the 2018 Citizen Jane Film Festival

Zach Hohenstein, E23 Staffer

The substantial and ever-growing monster that is the film industry has historically been male-dominated. A lack of opportunities for female crew members, writers and directors has created a difficult job market for aspiring women in this Read the rest

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“Write When You Get Work” at the 2018 Citizen Jane Film Festival

Jacqueline Lemp, E23 Staffer

Women have not always gotten the recognition they deserve when it comes to filmmaking. But over the recent years, the Stephens College has hosted the Citizen Jane Film Festival in Columbia, devoted to female filmmakers. Many Read the rest

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Citizen Jane Film Festival begins November 1st in Columbia, MO

Diana Panuncial, E23 Reporter

It’s time for the Citizen Jane Film Festival to take over Columbia again as they celebrate their eleventh year of women in film from Thursday, Nov. 1 to Sunday, Nov. 4 at the Stephens College and Read the rest

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“Halloween” Film Review

Zack Hohenstein, E23 Reporter

Forty years have passed since Laurie Strode’s first encounter with Michael Myers. John Carpenter’s 1978 film “Halloween” introduced two of the genre’s most iconic characters and horror filmmakers have been trying to emulate their success ever Read the rest

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