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Left to right: Natalie Portman and Tessa Thompson in ANNIHILATION. PETER MOUNTAIN/PARAMOUNT PICTURES

Visuals of “Annihilation” thrill even when film falters

Matthew Rainis March 4, 2018
Deciding whether a movie is good or bad is a relatively simple task that can be accomplished by assessing one variable: was the movie a pleasurable experience the whole way through?
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Thor sequel fails to measure up to other Marvel movies

Jon Winkler November 11, 2013
“Thor: The Dark World” goes for more quick, bright lightning than slow, creeping thunder. The result: just barely a storm worth caring about.
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Arnout van de Rijt, an assistant professor at SBU, is researching the lasting effects of fame. (PHOTO CREDIT: STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY)

15 minutes of fame may last longer

Caithlin Pena April 15, 2013

“Fame isn’t fleeting,” according to the press release about the research team led by Arnout van de Rijt, an assistant professor in the Department of Sociology at Stony Brook University. The...

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