With Thanksgiving break and the first installment of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” hitting theaters Nov. 19, there are bound to be some folks flying out to the magical lands of Orlando to check out The Wizarding World of Harry Potter.
To commemorate the lives of the countless pretty young things lost to a Freddy or Jason or some other supernatural killer over the years, Intermission would like to release a special public service announcement to all once and future horror film characters.
Full Moon on the Quad, Stanford’s famous kissing tradition, was axed last year because of worries about swine flu, or the H1N1 virus. But the event, which the sophomore class cabinet hosts, is making a comeback.
Although they’re sometimes dismissed as an overrated pop outfit – specifically one that stole the Best New Artist Grammy from a more deserving Kanye West – Maroon 5 is still pretty ballsy in the sense that they’re one of the few current pop bands that can really pull off the blue-eyed soul thing.
“Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps,” screened for Stanford students last Friday by the Stanford Film Society, has all the makings of a great film – strong performances, Stone’s directing and, above all, timeliness. But while entertaining at some parts, and despite the elements working for it, “Money Never Sleeps” just never fully delivered what it promised.