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'La La Land' is an Artist's Life

Lauren Marzolla
in Entertainment

The ending of "La La Land", a recent film directed by Damien Chapelle, had some people crying out in angst. It seems a tragedy for Mia and Sebastian to go on living separate lives. She wove together a...

What is Room208Films?

Gavin Tovar
in Entertainment

The southwestern state of New Mexico has a film industry that rivals the one found in the infamous Hollywood exponentially. New Mexico's film industry created several jobs, saving the state from an ec...

What It's Like To Be: Instagram Celebrity Noel Leon

Rick Schwartz
in Entertainment

With her Valley Girl voice, Jessica Rabbit body and doe eyed face, Noel Leon is like watching anime on Molly. The Insta model with a palindrome for a name is fast becoming one of the hottest girls on ...

It's Harassment, Not a Friendship

Brooke Rose
in Entertainment

I was a teenager, just finished working 3 years at a local fast food joint, and wanted to get my foot in the door at a place that would benefit my future. After an interview that went great, I scored ...

The Success Behind 'Funko'

Stephen Hamilton
in Entertainment

Funko LLC sells over $30 million worth of Pop action figures a year. Funko CEO Brian Mariotti believes that the company's success is largely due to its versatility. "Whether it's the X-men or Breaking...

11 Films You Should Watch if You Want to Work for Microsoft or Facebook

Alejandro Guillú Mendoza
in Entertainment

This is the second part of the article 11 Films You Should Watch if You Want to Work for Satya Nadella or Mark Zuckerberg in an ongoing series about films you should watch if you want to work for the ...

'Boiler Room' Still Makes Traders Sweat

Jeremy Frommer
in Entertainment

Revisiting Boiler Room after watching The Wolf of Wall Street is like being lied to after a horrific accident. Both movies are based on Jordan Belfort’s misadventures at the Long Island penny stock sc...

Why Acquiring 'Star Wars' Was One Of Disney’s Greatest Purchases

Isaac Shapiro
in Entertainment

From Pixar to Marvel to Star Wars; Disney has acquired some of the biggest businesses in entertainment. Over the last few years, Disney has worked hard to expand its horizon to encompass many differen...

The Sega-Nintendo War

Zach Foster
in Entertainment

Console wars can be an amazing phenomenon for gamers to witness. When two consoles are struggling for dominance of the video game market, both manufacturers will compete to create some of the best system features and highest quality video games ever made. Console wars can also get nasty, as they involve fans who are ultra-passionate about their favorite console and they’ll argue to defend the choice they’ve been spending their money on. That’s exactly what happened in the 1990s when Sega and Nin...

Best Wall Street Films to Watch

Jeremy Frommer
in Entertainment

Not available in stores, this nearly 50-hour program includes 25 required viewing classes, and it's free. This guide to the top Wall Street films is not just entertaining, it is educational. From 1981...

Best Workplace TV Shows of the 1980s

Banji Ganchrow
in Entertainment

After decades of only having three channels at our disposal, the 1980s introduced us to the miracle known as cable. Networks such as HBO and CNN–for those willing to pay the price–were welcomed additi...

Best Workplace TV Shows of the 2000s 

Banji Ganchrow
in Entertainment

As the new millennium approached, we were both nervous and excited. It was to be the dawn of a new era, checks needed to start with a 20, and no one new if time would stop when the clock struck midnig...

Best Workplace TV Shows of the 1990s

Banji Ganchrow
in Entertainment

Welcome to the 90s. You are now somewhere between rotary phones, the Walkman and the invention of all things “i”. For the majority of this decade we were entertained by President Bill Clinton. He beca...