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Review by-Jarrett Leahy As the many obligations that come with being Spider-Man begin to encroach more and more into his personal life, Peter Parker struggles to reconcile his feelings for his girlfriend and the promise he made to her father just before he died to keep her away from danger. To complicate things further, Peter […]
Review by-Jarrett Leahy At the height of his illustrious literary career, author Charles Dickens was one of the most famed and beloved celebrities in the modern world. While preparing to perform in the play, The Frozen Deep, written by his close friend Wilkie Collins, Dickens is introduced to Nelly Ternan, a would-be actress whose virtuous […]
Review by-Jarrett Leahy Ever since he was a young boy, Jiro had always dreamed of flying, but due to his bad eyesight, he knew that would never be a possibility. Instead, he studied everything he could get his hands on about airplane design, becoming one of Japan’s most gifted young engineering students. Upon graduation, Jiro, […]
The other day, Michelle introduced to me a film term I had never heard before, the moll. When I asked what exactly a moll was, I was informed that a moll or gun moll was the female companion of a professional criminal. For both Jason and me, one of the most beloved movie genres is […]