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An Analysis of Oscar-Worthy Movies On April 25, a movie-going year characterized by disruption will be capped by an industry mainstay: the Oscars. While there is sure to be social distancing, masking, and Zoom calls, the ceremony itself is yet another wonderful step toward normalcy.
As a culture, America loves to look back at the ‘80s through rose-colored glasses. Even divisive elements like Ronald Reagan and Cold War paranoia are often thought back on fondly by pop culture, as elements of a patriotic, simpler time. Films and television shows like
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But risks don’t always pay off BHBO’s Euphoria is a hard television show to watch. This isn’t because it’s poorly made or a bad piece of content, but rather due to its impressive quality. It’s not just hard to watch but intentionally so, and to
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