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  • Reviews > Movie Reviews
    Green Zone opened a few weeks ago with only $14.5 million in weekend earnings. Its budget was $100 million, considering it a flop for Universal studios. However, the film had more meaning behind its explosions than just a regular Hollywood action film. The film documents the Green Zone, a safe, no f...
  • Fiction > Sci-fi/Fantasy
    H e stood apprehensively in a crowded corner, surrounded by shelves filled with an array of bottles, powders, and glass jars. The bottles were labeled with narrow curly writing, on yellow slips of paper. “Extract of humility, extract of prudence, extract of honesty, extract of reverence….” ...
  • Fiction > Fan Fiction
    Oh help me, Muse, tell the story of the fair hero from Raritan Bay, who saved her kin from an evil toilet. This toilet had been cursed by the god Lavatory, for the reason of its entrance to a dark underworld. With the bright rays of the laughing sun outside on a fine autumn’s day, the hero Hanna,...
  • Fiction > Romance
    J.R AND SVOLY ANNE The wind was sharp and cool in the geopark, a place where the weather didn’t seem to change any of the beauty around it. A geopark is an actual forest, for those who did not know, which has been set aside for people to take walks in. The serenity and loveliness of these parks...
  • Reviews > Movie Reviews
    Not many things can compare to spending a chilly night in a cozy Soho movie theater, wearing chic fall clothes and watching a French film about, really, the most chic lady ever: Coco Chanel. That's what I did soon after “Coco Before Chanel” premiered in New York City. Due to its limited r...
  • Nonfiction > Memoir
    The thing I like most about my name, is that the entire thing is ten letters long. Ten letters like ten fingers. Ten letters like ten commandments. Its symmetrical. It has meaning. And yet it still has a few quirks. I don’t add the ‘H’ at the end of my name, and my last name is pronounced dif...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
    Two years ago, during the summer, I was extremely bored. Like really, really bored. It must have been in the middle of July, and this one night, I was really, really bored. I went outside, went down the hill, and saw one of my friends by the ocean, Johnny. Johnny was a cool kid, a year older than me...
  • Nonfiction > All Nonfiction
    She entered the movie theater with strange elegance, striding like a cat up the rows. She leaned back into her comfy red seat, and stretched out her long, boot clad legs on the empty seats in front of her. Crossing her arms and turning her head slightly, Rebecca Utkin stared at the movie screen ...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
    They wanted to take him fishing. Why fishing, he didn’t know. He had never been interested in fishing or hunting, or anything of that sort. Not since he’d met Marcheline anyways. “Tom, come on, you gotta come. You’ve been sittin’ in that house for months, stepping out only for the the h...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    Always made soup And made me eat a lot Bought me chocolate And never told my mom Told me stories And taught me how to speak Properly in Russian Who made sure I always looked neat And scrubbed my skin off in the bath Who helped me trace my letters So I can write nicely Who showed me how ...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    I wish you would realize The sun shining through the window Instead of the darkness inside the room Its hurting me to see you sad....
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    I am German Why do you doubt me so? Check my passport and my files I am German Why do you say no? I am Jewish But you do not doubt me so? Check my passport and my files, I am not Jewish Why do you say no? I am Human Why do you treat me so? Check my body and my blood, I am ...
  • Reviews > Movie Reviews
    I want to write something about a 2003 film, called Elephant. You probably never heard of it. That because it was only screened at Cannes, a few other select theaters. It also didn't use any known actors or celebrities (although Diane Keaton did produce it, and Gus Van Sant was its director). It ...
  • Nonfiction > All Nonfiction
    And then, I did it again. I started to bite my nails. My teeth bit through the smooth, slightly flexible nail, producing a dull chomp noise. I started tearing, and tearing, feeling through angles of my nailbed for places to rip. And once you start, you can't even tell what your doing. You just keep...
  • Nonfiction > All Nonfiction
    The screaming was clogging up my ears. Arguing back and forth, no matter the volume. It seemed like there would never be an end. The problem was so big, with so much frustration and disappointment tied up in it. Always about losing money, always about whose fault it was. I couldn’t take it. The b...
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