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Michelle Sabato is an actor and writer from Cleveland, Ohio. By the age of 2 Michelle had memorized all the words to The Wizard of Oz. So, yes, she can carry a conversation with just using movie quotes.

The Little Hours: A Catholic's Persepective

The Aubrey Plaza starring comedy The Little Hours has caused controversy in the catholic community - but is it detrimental to the religion?

Profile: Al Pacino

Al Pacino is responsible for some of the best screen performances of all time. Here, we take a look at some of the most

THE BEGUILED: The Art Of Being Vengeful

The feminist undertones, stunning performances,cinematography and costuming more than make up for The Beguiled's shallow story line.

THE GODFATHER: An Italian-American's Movie Experience

Michelle Sabato, an Italian American herself, takes a closer look at The Godfather, and what "family" means to Italian Americans.

A Not So Subtle Feminist Tale: THE VIRGIN SUICIDES

Sofia Coppola's The Virgin Suicides is a film about five sisters that is often dismal and dark, yet it also conveys powerful feminist themes.

The Beginner's Guide: Mike Nichols, Director

In our latest beginner's guide, we rundown director Mike Nichols, who had humble beginnings in comedy before becoming an acclaimed director.

SONG TO SONG: A Beautiful, Musical Puzzle

Song to Song brings A-game performances and an was aesthetically pleasing look, all that was missing was a strong plot.

Feminist Disney: Emma Watson as Belle

Disney smartly cast Emma Watson as Belle in Beauty & The Beast; we explore the similarities between the feminist actress and character.

The Beginner's Guide To Yorgos Lanthimos, Director

Yorgos Lanthimos, a Greek director and screenwriter, is known for his unusual and obscure films, renowned for their sheer originality.

Multiplicity: The Art Of Playing Many Roles

The recent film Split deals with dissociative identity disorder - today, we touch upon what it must be like to play that many roles