BSGE’s Favorite Movies of 2016

This past year, thousands of movies were released by a wide range of directors and each with varying degrees of interest. The most popular movies viewed by BSGE students were Deadpool, Moana, The Jungle Book, Zootopia, Rogue One, Finding Dory, and Suicide Squad. Deadpool Deadpool, released on February 12, 2016, dealt with a former Special … Continue reading BSGE’s Favorite Movies of 2016

The Force Awakens – And So Does a New Breed of Star Wars

I grew up on Star Wars - and yes, I am aware of the faint laughter I hear from “original” 1970s fans as I say that. But I’m as real a fan as a teenager in 2016 can be. My parents thankfully raised me on the original trilogy, and so when I heard that George … Continue reading The Force Awakens – And So Does a New Breed of Star Wars

Dr. Helfenbein on Movies: Science Fiction Movies of the 50s Part II

Dr. Helfenbein is an avid film watcher (or, as some would say, cinephile) and will be writing a semi-regular column for the BACC Rag in which he recommends older movies students might be interested in watching.  In the previous column, I mentioned that the large number of science fiction movies produced in the 1950s may … Continue reading Dr. Helfenbein on Movies: Science Fiction Movies of the 50s Part II

Dr. Helfenbein On Movies: Science Fiction of the 1950s

Dr. Helfenbein is an avid film watcher (or, as some would say, cinephile) and will be writing a semi-regular column for the BACC Rag in which he recommends older movies students might be interested in watching.  The first two decades of the sound era (the 30s and 40s) saw few science fiction movies (notable exceptions … Continue reading Dr. Helfenbein On Movies: Science Fiction of the 1950s

“SELMA” Tickets Free for Students

On Monday, January 19th, America celebrated Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Although many students celebrated with a day off from school, a group of 27 African-American business leaders in New York spread awareness with free movie tickets for 7th, 8th, and 9th graders. This group created a fund that offered 27,000 New York City middle/high … Continue reading “SELMA” Tickets Free for Students