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With the upcoming summer blockbuster season nearly upon us, the proverbial floodgates are creaking, ready to release a deluge of films upon an unsuspecting populace. While this past week has already graced us with “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice” a mere month after “Deadpool” slashed the box office to pieces, the storm of super hero movies has just begun this year.
As the spring semester moves into its last leg in the upcoming weeks, there comes a time when you just need to unwind and catch a little pick-me-up — or two. What better way to catch that second wind than with something nice and sweet to whet the taste buds? So you keep hitting those books and leave the sweets to us as we gather up five great places close to ASU campuses to let go and not think about stress for a while.
For the annual “Created Equal Film Series,” the goal is to both educate and tie the past and the present together.
As part of National Nutrition Month, ASU Sun Devil Dining is holding the “Dine Healthy Be Healthy” event on each of the four ASU campuses. The goal behind it is to encourage healthier eating through increasing the variety of food one consumes.
Soon enough, ASU will have a new source of live music, courtesy of its own students. Founded late in the fall semester, Arpeggio is a vocal jazz group with an a cappella flavoring.
ASU's students will get a chance to see their best local DJs, and possibly a fellow classmate, compete for a chance at the title of best college DJ on Thursday.
While the Marvel Cinematic Universe may be great for audience engagement, it is ultimately devoid of emotional investment. Since everything is made to set up what is still to come, nothing surprising can arise without the film studio showing its hand.
In 2014, “12 Years a Slave” won the Oscar for Best Picture. It was the first film with a predominately non-white cast to win the award since 2008’s “Slumdog Millionaire.”
It’s one of the most iconic scenes in film. In the opening moments of “Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope," a Star Destroyer slowly crawls into frame as a desert planet sprawls out below.
It’s a really lame joke, but it's one that keeps getting repeated. “The NeverEnding Story” is a pretty well received film. But it is seemingly inevitable that one smart-aleck will make the joke, “If it’s called 'The NeverEnding Story' how come it ends?”.
Show of hands from all of you who grew up with a game console in the house: Who remembers Bubsy?
“I’m sorry, Dave. I’m afraid I can’t do that.”
When I was a kid, I wasn’t a very discerning child. I tended to watch whatever happened to be on TV, unless it was something I really didn’t like. Back in the late '90s and early 2000's, Cartoon Network tended to lean on a backlog of Hanna-Barbera cartoons to fill the time slots a lot of weekday mornings and afternoons when I got off the school bus. Among these shows were the 1963-64 TV cartoon, "The Jetsons."
Since its genesis, YouTube has arguably been the de facto place to go in the origin stories of countless Internet celebrities. Felix Kjellberg, James Rolfe and Doug Walker all being names that come to my mind as people whose humble beginnings on YouTube eventually lead to massively successful careers. Kjellberg earns over $10 million a year from his YouTube channel.