Sophie Sebastiani

  • February 14, 2018By Sophie Sebastiani

    If you are anything like me, you will probably be celebrating Valentine’s Day alone (or with friends). However, you totally don’t have to be single to watch these awesome underrated romantic comedies, so keep on scrolling! 1. Monte Carlo (2011) Monte Carlo boasts a star-studded cast including, Selena Gomez as Grace Bennett (the main character)

  • January 25, 2018By Sophie Sebastiani

    After premiering on January 22, The Alienist proves to be an up-and-coming historic thriller that has great writing and amazing cinematography. The show boasts a knock-out cast, including Daniel Brühl (Colonia, Face of an Angel) as Dr. Laszlo Kreizler, Luke Evans (Beauty and the Beast, Dracula Untold) as John Moore, and Dakota Fanning (War of

  • January 15, 2018By Sophie Sebastiani

    Recently, the “Google Arts and Culture” application released a new feature. Now, the ability to find real portraits through your selfies can be found within the app. The portraits revealed are a whimsical and satisfyingly Instagrammable result. As someone who considers themselves to be an artist and regularly frequents museums, I can attest to the

  • January 4, 2018By Sophie Sebastiani

    While the film attempts to address complex issues, it fails and relies on its cast and flashy special effects. The Greatest Showman, a musical based on P.T. Barnum’s success story, boasts a star-studded cast. Hugh Jackman plays the titular (and extremely charismatic) character. By his side is Michelle Williams, Zac Efron, Zendaya, and Rebecca Ferguson.

  • December 26, 2017By Sophie Sebastiani

    Mr. Student Body President- starring Adventure Time‘s, Jeremy Shada and popular YouTuber, Arden Rose- recently released their second season on go90, a popular streaming service that hosts a multitude of original content and featured films and series, which can all be accessed for free. The show is a comedy centered in high school politics with Shada

  • December 18, 2017By Sophie Sebastiani

    On Dec. 11, one fictional story set the Internet on fire. “Cat Person” by Kristen Roupenian discusses male-female dynamics with frightening accuracy. The story follows the main character, Margot, who becomes involved in a seemingly-normal relationship with an older man named Robert. This narrative is a wonderful mixture of realism and the discomfort that many

  • December 8, 2017By Sophie Sebastiani

    “Instead of teaching our children to be brave boys or pretty girls, can we maybe just teach them how to be good humans?” Throughout much of the negative news involving the many sexual assault allegations, one man is trying to address the toxic masculinity that is often found in the Hollywood industry and how that