Summer is coming, and while we’re out of class, we’ll have to find some way to occupy our free time. Naturally, it’s time to look to the movie theaters for the hits of the summer. This list will start after finals week and commencement (though you shouldn’t forget about “Deadpool 2,” slated for release May 18).
Two weeks ago, Page Six reported that Charlie Rose has been pitching a “Where are they now?”-style show, with him hosting and other serial sexual predators as guests. Because isn’t the #MeToo movement an opportunity to give dangerous men a larger platform than any of their victims?
It’s finally here. This is what everything’s been leading to. Ten years, 18 movies and over $14 billion later, the Marvel Cinematic Universe reached its first major climax with “Avengers: Infinity War.”
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Netflix’s new series, “Trump: An American Dream,” narrates the character development of our current president. It unravels Trump’s ascension in the business world through sketchy deals with local politicians, his accumulation of wealth and his short-lived downfall through foolhardy deals. All of this leads to the crescendo of him announcing his bid for the White House in Trump Tower. Interviews with those from Trump’s past (his chauffeurs, friends and former employees) reveal an intimate portrait of the man behind the catchphrase: “You’re fired!”
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