• Which Coming-Of-Age Film Are You, Based On Your MBTI®

    1 month ago - By Screen Rant

    The coming-of-age film is a special genre that gives audiences a lot of feelings. Whether the main characters are in the middle of high school, waving that time goodbye, or trying to get through the summer before college, they're bound to learn some lessons along the way. RELATED: The Myers-Briggs® Types Of Keanu Reeves Movie Characters From comedies to dramas, there's something for everyone when it comes to this type of movie, and these characters are well-drawn and perfectly suited to a Myers-Briggs Personality Type analysis. Read on to find out which coming-of-age film you are, based on...
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  • ‘Daybreak' Trailer: Matthew Broderick Heads Back to School in Netflix Series About the Apocalypse

    ‘Daybreak' Trailer: Matthew Broderick Heads Back to School in Netflix Series About the Apocalypse

    1 month ago - By Slash Film

    Matthew Broderick played one of the most famous high school students in cinema history in the John Hughes classic Ferris Bueller's Day Off , and then returned to campus as a teacher years later in Alexander Payne ‘s political satire Election. Now he's graduated to playing a principal in Daybreak , a new teen-centric Netflix series about a group of students who band together to survive a post-apocalyptic, Mad Max -style future. Check out the teaser trailer for the upcoming series below.
    Daybreak Trailer
    As a huge Ferris Bueller's Day Off fan (my license plate in high school said DAY OFF), I...
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  • The 7 Greatest Films (According to First Year Film School Students)

    The 7 Greatest Films (According to First Year Film School Students)

    1 month ago - By No Film School

    Have you seen Martin Scorsese's "Boondock Saints"? It's a classic!
    Okay, let's get this out of the way up front. I have to disclose the shameful truth that, at one point, I myself was a film school student. And even worse, at one point I was even a first-year film school student. I was in that exact, awful first class that every film school student had to sit through.
    The one where all your bright-eyed peers are lined up in desks and the professor makes you introduce yourself one by one. Each of us is supposed to say who we are, where we're from and...what our favorite movies and directors...
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