Tag Archives: movies

Midterm: Academy Awards Not a Priority on Arts Campus

Some students turn to the Internet for results after the show is over. Post by Mary Callie Gisler. Photo by Brad Miller. EUGENE, Ore. — The University of Oregon (UO) campus will not be rolling out the red carpet for … Continue reading

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Theaters Struggling to Find Audience in Difficult Economy

By Adam Holmes Amanda Wymer lives on a budget like most college students do. An education major at the University of Oregon, most of her spending money coming from the funds left over from her scholarship, meaning she has to … Continue reading

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Comic Book Adaptations Beat Blog

Comic books have been an important part of American culture since the early 20th century. One of the most famous icons that the United States has is a man flying around in a cape and red underwear promoting Truth, Justice … Continue reading

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Media Analysis: “Old Movie Houses Find Audience in the Plains”

By Jason Bernert This article written by Patricia Leigh Brown of The New York Times describes people of the mid-west finding comfort in old movie theaters. The story gives a different view on the movie industry and that, even though … Continue reading

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Media Analysis: Meryl Streep’s profile

By Michelle Li For this week’s media analyze, I chose the profile of the actress Meryl Streep posted on guardian.co.uk, since we going to write one soon. The profile was written after the released of Streep’s first musical film “Mamma … Continue reading

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Media Analysis: “The Princess and the Frog” review

After going on a Valentine’s day date to see “The Princess and the Frog,” I decided that I wanted to compare my own opinions to that of some movie review bloggers.  An article from The Sun seemed to match my … Continue reading

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