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Brave: I am Disney hear me Roar?

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The Disney Princess an interesting trope, a concept that is charming and endearing yet leaves many with much to be desired. The idea that a knight in shining armor is going to whisk you away and save you from all of the monsters and evils of the world (debt, jerks, and boredom for those of us in the real world) is as old as the spoken word.

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Charlie Sheen’s 50th Chance

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Charlie Sheen– not as an actor or entertainer– but as a cultural phenomenon, came and went last year like a supernova or a dying star. For a brief time it was awesome to watch, and many of us were amused and taken with this famous person going around with a briefcase full of cocaine and a hotel room full of hookers. He shouted nonsense things like how he had Tiger blood and Adonis DNA and how he was a total rock star from mars.

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4 Reasons Chris Brown and Drake Will Never Actually (Fight)

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Celebrity boxing promoter Damon Feldman has recently offered Chris Brown and Wheelchair Jimmy from Degrassi 1 million dollars a piece to have fisticuffs in the boxing ring. While the world clamors to see Chris Brown get punched (except for a few, horribly misguided fans who populate twitter and call themselves Team Breezy and rationalize Chris Brown’s tendency to beat up Caribbean women.) However, it is unlikely that Jimmy from Degrassi is the one to do it.

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A Great Weekend for the Movie Buffs

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Spider Man is yet again out of its box, err web. With the last movie in the trilogy coming way back in May 2007, it seemed that spider man was slowly fading away. Nevertheless, some smart marketing campaign, and the strategic opening on the Fourth of July, the movie brought in spectacular openings for the franchise owner Sony Pictures with the moolah grossing nearly $7.5 million.

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Men at Work: The Worst Television Show on Right Now, or the Worst Ever?

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The new TBS “comedy” “show” Men At Work, is a show so bad that it is 100 percent necessary to use quotation marks while referring to it as a show. It is so bad that the parental warning for the show should not warn against language or adult situations, but warn that watching the show may make the viewer fly into a violent rage and never recover, and possibly give them loose liquid stool for eternity.

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Wrek-It Ralph! Will Be This Generation’s Who Framed Roger Rabbit?

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That’s right a movie that has not even been released yet is already getting the hype it so justly deserves! For those who are wondering, the latest Disney 3D movie that will be out this fall is titled Wrek-It Ralph! According to the sixty second trailer, the story is based around a guy named Ralph, a video game villain who has been doing the same job for thirty years and is ready for change.

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Why do we Love the Idea of a Zombie Apocalypse?

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The idea of the living dead roaming the earth has gained steam in the last few years, and has very recently become a full blown hashtag epidemic this past week, with the “Miami Zombie”.  For those of you who are unaware, the “Miami Zombie” is the homeless man who ate another homeless man’s face. The idea that a mass amount of zombies would take over the world and we would be forced to fight back is one that is as old as Night of The Living Dead, the famous film that depicts an actual zombie invasion.

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A Heroic Conundrum: The Possibilities and the Limitations of the Superhero Archetype in Hollywood

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Superman, Batman, Spiderman, Hulk, Green Lantern, Catwoman, Iron Man, Thor! What do all these superheroes have in common besides being comic book characters? The answer is that they have all been in movies; some amazing, some good, and some were flops. It’s amazing to see how well superheroes have translated when displayed on the movie screen in today’s age, thanks to all types of special effects

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Got Mambo? An Interview With Latin Jazz Artist Tito Puente, Jr

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The world of Latin Jazz is known for its energy-driven rhythms, boastful brass, and an imbued sense of constant life and vigor which makes anyone wants to get on the dance floor and mambo. One man in particular has made it his destiny to keep one of Latin Jazz’s most influential musician’s legacy alive; this man is Tito Puente, Jr., son of the legendary Tito Puente.

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The World According to Girls

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Lena Dunham, 25, is the new “It Girl”, and is quickly becoming a voice of a dissatisfied generation. After writing, directing, and starring in the 2010 mumblecore film, Tiny Furniture,Dunham is on her way to becoming a household name with her HBO comedy, Girls. Although, other “It Girls” like Jennifer Lawrence or Zooey Deschanel may be popular because they are quirky, different, and strikingly beautiful, Dunham is redefining what it means to be an “It Girl” by simply holding up a mirror to her own generation.

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