Category Archive: Wall of Fame

Chasing Hope

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After having gotten her earlier Even So, I got Bonnie Pink’s most recent album, Chasing Hope, which was released last year. Much like Even So, Chasing Hope is an interesting medley of pop… Continue reading

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Batman: Gotham Knight

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Acting as a tie-in to megahit The Dark Knight is this DC animated short film collection, Batman: Gotham Knight, an anthology of six short movies made by highly regarded Japanese animation studios. You’re… Continue reading

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Captain Phillips (2013)

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While I don’t remember the news as clearly as I did that of the killing of Osama bin Laden, I do recall watching reports of the hijacking of the Maersk Alabama by Somali… Continue reading

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Hana and Alice (2004)

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Memory is something that can be very hard to verify. It’s exactly that fact that Hana takes advantage of in Iwai Shunji’s Hana and Alice (花とアリス, hana to arisu 2004). Hana and Alice is… Continue reading

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Meesh EP

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Just in time for another school year at Cornell University, Meesh’s EP has dropped! From the get go, I noticed that Meesh was using higher end recording equipment, thus sounding a lot more… Continue reading

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From Up on Poppy Hill (2011)

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I can only imagine that fans and workers alike were wondering what was to happen to Studio Ghibli now that Miyazaki Hayao has stepped down (This is where I say, “Damn you world… Continue reading

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Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961)

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It’s rare that we see a movie that has a true sense of timelessness. Oftentimes, we have movies that aren’t even that old, such as 1995’s GoldenEye, which feel hopelessly dated in 2013.… Continue reading

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