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The 27th annual Virginia Film Festival begins this Thursday, Nov.
David Fincher knew what he signed up for when he chose to direct the film adaption of Gillian Flynn’s best-selling novel “Gone Girl.” Granted, book-to-movie productions happen often enough in Hollywood that audiences typically don’t think twice.
FOX’s “The Mindy Project” debuted its third season last Tuesday. If anything, the premiere reassured viewers this fresh and innovative sitcom isn’t growing old anytime soon.In season two’s finale, Mindy Lahiri (Mindy Kaling) and Danny Castellano (Chris Messina) found themselves at the top of the Empire State Building in a Nora Ephron-esque conclusion.
College comes with a hefty price tag. Between tuition, textbooks and other “necessities,” new students seek relief with cheap eats and store discounts soon after they move in.
After months of bitter cold and the occasional blizzard, spring has finally arrived at the University.
Last week, the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities hosted the 20th annual Virginia Festival of the Book, a five-day event bringing together various speakers, writers and readers to promote books and literacy culture.
Art contains more value than what meets the eye. A painting, drawing or sculpture may seem like a mere combination of lines, colors and objects, but found beneath the surface is a story far more imaginative, more spectacular and more insightful than the art itself.
Rom-coms are my guilty pleasure. Despite its unoriginal, stock formula, my heart still melts watching “Love Actually.” I’m a proud, hopeless romantic with an unabashed belief in fairytales, soul mates and chance encounters.
Animated filmmakers walk a fine line, one that requires delicately balancing the entertainment of young target audiences and older viewers.
The University community prides itself on the success of its alumni. It’s hard not to, seeing as Woodrow Wilson, Robert F. Kennedy, Katie Couric and Tina Fey have all walked the Lawn. Now, Wahoos have another alumnus to be proud of: Sasheer Zamata, a 2008 College graduate who was recently cast as a featured performer on Saturday Night Live.