Tag: history

REVIEW: American Crime Story: Impeachment – Episode 4, “The Telephone Hour”

*SPOILERS* The pot has gone from a simmer to a full-on boil on American Crime Story. In “The Telephone Hour,” Linda contacts Lucianne Goldberg (Margo Martindale) to spill the beans on Monica’s affair. She continues to flounder about whether she’s comfortable betraying the gir...

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Tokyo 2020 Mens High Jump Ends in Historic Gold Medal Tie

The first tie for a gold medal in Olympic Men’s high jump history occurred when Italian and Qatari athletes declined a jump-off to determine an outright winner. Qatar’s Mutaz Essa Barshim and Italy’s Gianmarco Tamberi both cleared the 2.37-meter height to take them to joint first p...

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Hamilton: A Thematic Exploration of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Masterpiece

Lin-Manuel Miranda arrived and promptly made a name for himself with 2008’s Tony-winning musical In the Heights, but he was just getting started. Miranda’s second Broadway sensation has become synonymous with the man himself and further develops some of the themes from In the Heights while explo...

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Why I’m Excited: Pennyworth

Batman has gone through a myriad of iterations over the years; yet, for every comic book adventure, every movie, and every TV show, Alfred has always been there to dispense advice and patch up the Caped Crusader. In many ways, Alfred has gone through just as much change as the Dark Knight himself, a...

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REVIEW: The Best of Enemies (2019)

Just like any weekend, last Friday saw the release of several movies, but the wide release I’ve heard the least about is The Best of Enemies, and the reviews I’ve seen have been negative or mediocre. That being said, I’m a firm believer that everyone should make up their own minds, and the...

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REVIEW: Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World (1998)

Disney’s Pocahontas was one of my favorite movies as a kid, but it’s one of those films that doesn’t hold up well at all over time. As I got older, I started recognizing patterns in movies I liked, as opposed to those I didn’t care much for, and got interested in critiquing them. Suffice it ...

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