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Top Five Anime for Beginners

By Ashley Hagstrom

Anime is a japanese style of animated film, popular around the world for its creative storylines and beautiful animation. For beginners, trying to find a good anime to ease their way into its culture can be challenging. … Read the rest

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A Surprising Comeback: “The Meyerowitz Stories” Review

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By Jonathon Potochnic

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Adam Sandler has fallen under considerable criticism as of late for his acting roles and the movies made by his studio, “Happy Madison Productions”. Some of his work has a following, and movies like “Billy Madison”, Read the rest

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“Bojack Horseman” Season 4 Review

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By Ashley Jones

This article contains minor spoilers for “Bojack Horseman”.

Back in the ‘90s, he was in a very famous TV show. He’s Bojack the horse, and don’t act like you don’t know.

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Why the Writers Guild Strike Matters

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By Davis McCondichie, E23 Technical Producer

Picture this: You sit down to watch your favorite show on HBO. You browse through HBO GO searching for it. The new season was supposed to debut today, but you cannot seem to find … Read the rest

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“Casting JonBenet” (True/False Film Fest) Review

"Casting JonBenet" showed at True/False Film Festival 2017.

By Sam Mosher, E23 Reporter

“Casting JonBenet” never quite decides what it is. It walks the line between documentary, self-aware satire, and a psyche analysis of its various subjects. It doesn’t nail any of these, leaving it as a “documentary” Read the rest

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10 things to do on Valentine’s Day when you’re single

By Rachel Zalucki, E23 Reporter

Valentine’s Day is almost here, and once again, no Valentine. As much as the urge to sit around in our pajamas and lament our unchanged Facebook statuses weighs on our hearts, we press on.

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E23’s Table Talk- Feb. 5, 2017

Table Talk looks forward to what 2017 has to offer for music, movies and television.

E23’s executive producer, Nnamdi Egwuonwu, and executive web director, Olivia Jacobson, join host, Jacobs Douglas, in this week’s Table Talk. They’ll be talking about expectations for 2017 in regards to music, movie and TV. 2016 was a strong year for … Read the rest

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Is it “Zombie Fatigue”, or Just Plain Bad? Santa Clarita Diet Review

By Jacob Douglas, E23 Reporter

With both of the “Walking Dead” series, to “iZombie” and “Z Nation”, TV has its fair share of zombie shows. Netflix decided it needed its own “zombie” show. Enter “Santa Clarita Diet”, a show about … Read the rest

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Netflix’s “The Crown” is a beautiful and insightful new drama

By Jillian Leiby, E23 Reporter

In Netflix’s continued attempt at television domination, they released the British historical drama, “The Crown” on Friday. Documenting the early years of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign, Claire Foy portrays the current Queen as a young, … Read the rest

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“Mascots” mockumentary is surprisingly unimpressive

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By Jacob Douglas, E23 Reporter

From “This is Spinal Tap”, to “Best in Show”, Christopher Guest is one of the biggest names in the mockumentary genre. Unfortunately, his newest Netflix Original Movie “Mascots” falls short of the hilarity and fun … Read the rest

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