Tag Archives: Lionsgate

Twilight-Breaking Dawn: The Bonds Of Motherly Love: How Twilight Helps Mothers And Daughters Communicate

21 Jan

What resources were at your disposal to have clear communication with your parents when you were growing up?  Teens nowadays have The Twilight Saga.  Cathy Leogrande has written an essay on this topic  let’s take a look.

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Breaking Dawn-To Preach Or Not To Preach? That Is The Question: Mormonism Within The Twilight Saga

4 Nov

Stephenie Meyer is a practicing Mormon and a graduate of Brigham Young University. Many readers of the saga may not know that she instilled her own beliefs into her novels. This article examines the essay written by Margaret Toscano as she takes a closer look at the doctrines of the church and how they weave into the texts. Continue reading

Less is More: Twilight on Television?

14 Jan

By Parisienne

We all remember what we felt when we read about Bella Swan first laying eyes on Edward Cullen.  Stephenie Meyer allowed our imaginations to run wild with excitement.  In 2008, the Twilight Saga was made into 5 movies with the last movie Breaking Dawn: Part 2 being released in theaters later this year.  Since 2008/2009, the passionate fans of the books and films have been taken on a wild ride in regards to whether or not Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart are a couple in reel life.  (oops sorry, I meant real).

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Hollywood Take 2: 2012 People’s Choice Awards Ratings

14 Jan

This is where LIH take a second look at the Top 5 happening stories in Hollywood this week and ask you to discuss them. The Award Show season has begun and first out of the gate, The People’s Choice Awards. So first let’s begin by reviewing the winners of the award.

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Did African American’s go MIA in Hollywood? Part-2

3 Mar

By: Lurker

Part-2 of this series will focus on how well films featuring African American stories and actors perform domestically versus internationally.  In the same way we analyzed the numbers from our previous article Battle for the box office, we evaluated the numbers and percentages. One trend carried over from that first article where I am Legend and Hancock stood out. However, in part 1 the questions regarding why centered on two ideas, slow output and lack of knowledge of consumer demands. So let’s see what’s going on…  Continue reading