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Quarantine Mini-Theory: Leap Years Entertainment Voices 

Quarantine Mini-Theory: Leap Years

Hello, my friends. I hope you are all well, staying safe, and taking the right measures to protect yourselves against COVID-19.   Because of this predicament, I’m sure you are asking yourselves where this virus came from. Obviously, it started in China, but you might probably be asking yourselves, “How exactly did it start?” As this subject is much too controversial, let me entertain you with a more of personal theory, rather than a full-blown conspiracy in these boring times.   If you read the title, you must be scratching…

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There is a Dome Around the Earth Entertainment Voices 

There is a Dome Around the Earth

Hello again, my friends. I have returned to you with yet another truth. This time, we will be looking at the wonder that is nature; specifically, the sky above us. Such a beautiful thing indeed. It changes from a shade of blue in the morning, to a reddish-orange at dusk, to a dark, starry void at night, and back to orange at dawn. It can be covered in grey clouds, blotting out the sun, but most of the time it is as clear as can be, so much too hat…

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Memes: The Modern Language of Love Entertainment Voices 

Memes: The Modern Language of Love

When the terms “love language” or “language of love” are brought up, the first few thoughts that come to mind are poems written with the utmost burning passion or personal songs being serenaded to you. We probably do not incorporate any form of love language into everyday life, right? Well, what if I told you that you probably are, in fact, using a type of love language practically every day? If you guessed MEMES, then you are right! You are probably thinking to yourself: “Memes count as a language of…

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Project: Mickey Mouse Entertainment Voices 

Project: Mickey Mouse

Hello my friends, V here, and I have returned from a long hiatus. I have decided to take a step back from the animal kingdom in order to draw attention to more pressing matters, specifically the political situation of the world.   Don’t worry, I won’t be talking about Donald Trump very much. I’m sure you are all incredibly tired of hearing about that fool. In fact, what I am about to tell you goes deeper than just the president of the United States. Everyone in the White House is…

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Jordan Schlansky: A Man with Various Responsibilities Entertainment 

Jordan Schlansky: A Man with Various Responsibilities

Jordan Schlansky is an associate producer on the Conan show. The man is a cunning fake Italian, best known for his many remotes and human-like nature. When speaking to Jordan, one will immediately notice his dead eyes, and vast knowledge. He can and will converse to you for hours on various subjects including but not limited to, food, Italy, Star Wars and, The Norelco Bodygroom. Conan O’Brien, the biggest star in America, has made it his quest to determine what Jordan does on the show. In Conan’s adventures thus far,…

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Wes Anderson: When Content Meets Form Entertainment 

Wes Anderson: When Content Meets Form

Wes Anderson is one of the great filmmakers working in Hollywood today. His author style is very distinct from any other director in this day and age. His worlds are filled with colourful, bright and vibrant settings, mixed with well-balanced and well-composed cinematography. To top it all off, his whimsical and real characters are often exploring daring and serious themes. Anderson’s style is very unique and stunning as each set are made with incredible details and using a well-balanced colour palette. His fantastic and purposely artificial worlds create a space…

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Cinémas Guzzo CEO Vincenzo Guzzo Takes on The Dragons’ Den Entertainment 

Cinémas Guzzo CEO Vincenzo Guzzo Takes on The Dragons’ Den

Vincenzo Guzzo, president and CEO of Cinémas Guzzo, has recently taken the role of a Dragon on the reality show Dragons’ Den, wherein aspiring entrepreneurs pitch product and business ideas to eager investors. Guzzo began leading Cinémas Guzzo into success in 1996, when he had just finished law school, and took over the company from his father, Angelo Guzzo, who founded the theatre company back in 1967. Vincenzo Guzzo was just 37 years old and was able to increase the number of theatre locations from three to ten in about…

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Stardew Valley Review Entertainment 

Stardew Valley Review

Farming simulators aren’t my cup of tea personally, let alone an indie farming sim,  I typically go for FPS’s, RPG’s, or puzzle games. However, shortly after the release of Stardew Valley; the game was recommended to me, and I hesitated to actually try it for a long time. Finally, I decided to play it and I was not disappointed. I have played the game for over 150 hours within the time frame of a month, and I still can’t get enough. To start, the game is very reminiscent of Harvest…

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Thelma and Louise: Empowering Women Through Cinema Entertainment 

Thelma and Louise: Empowering Women Through Cinema

In Ridley Scott’s film, Thelma and Louise are illustrated as victims throughout most of the film, this is seen through the lighting, the settings and costumes. In the beginning of the film, as the main protagonists are being introduced, the flat lighting reflects the two characters’ emotional state. The lighting isn’t very toned and has a bluish hue, further emphasizing how the characters feel trapped and how bleak their environments are. In fact, the setting of Thelma’s home is depicted as a very typical middle class house, in addition to…

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Did The Shape of Water Deserve Best Picture? Entertainment 

Did The Shape of Water Deserve Best Picture?

During the Oscar ceremony of the year 2010, one best-picture nominated film shocked many, James Cameron’s Avatar. Although the movie isn’t atrocious or anywhere near bad, the simple fact that a film who only exudes form and lacked content was nominated to, in a way, become a staple for that whole year’s production of movies produced discontent in the public. The simple fact was that; Avatar was a beautiful movie with a distinct style that enchanted filmgoers. However, simply being visually striking isn’t enough for a film to be such…

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