From 2020 postponements to 2021 premieres

By Molly Hulligan, Head Copy Editor Though the pandemic sparked a large output of remarkable screenwriting and creative COVID-19 cinematography, many highly-anticipated films’ release dates were pushed back with hopes of box-office success for their theater debuts. Now, with loosening restrictions, many of these films are set to premiere in the next six months. Though there are a substantial number of dignified films set to debut this year, these are the four I think (and hope) will be more than worth the wait. The French Dispatch Debuted at Cannes Film Festival earlier this week, reviews say Wes Anderson’s The French … Continue reading From 2020 postponements to 2021 premieres

Photo-op: Muskie’s book recs

by MOLLY HULLIGAN, head copy editor You Are a Badass  By Jen Sincero. “I enjoyed reading this book because it helped me and can help you put into perspective different aspects of life. Also, (there are) some ways on how to go about different situations while loving yourself!” Know My Name By Chanel Miller. “I think people should read this book because it is an important reminder that we are not alone in our struggles and to never give up or stop fighting. Also, this book reminded me of my value and worth and to never let someone take that … Continue reading Photo-op: Muskie’s book recs

Fan-favorite films fill quarantine free time

As school has come to an end and quarantine has yet to be lifted, what better way to spend your free time than watching a few of these fan-favorite films? The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014) Written and directed by Wes Anderson, “The Grand Budapest Hotel” follows a concierge named Gustave and a lobby-boy named Zero.  This story is told from the perspective of an elderly Zero, who now owns the Grand Budapest hotel. Curious how a man can go from a poor lobby-boy to the owner of a once world-renowned hotel, a journalist listens to Zero’s story as he recalls … Continue reading Fan-favorite films fill quarantine free time