PAULA OGONOSKI

PAULA OGONOSKI

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All posts by PAULA OGONOSKI

Mar
20
2015
Volume
3-3
Published in Arts & Culture
Super Summer of Sequels and Spinoffs If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, then this summer must be the movie industry’s biggest suck-ups. It is the Super Summer of Sequels and Spinoffs – say that five times fast. Almost half of the summer releases fall under these categories.
Jan
26
2015
Volume
-
Published in Arts & Culture
Going Retro: Even Though It Feels Like It Was Only Yesterday… I had one of those conversations recently that reminded me that I am in fact getting older. Yes this seems like a given in life, but there are these moments when that reality slaps you right in your face.…
Dec
04
2014
Volume
-
Published in Arts & Culture
The 80s The 80s were dy-na-mite and in honour of this fact, I thought it was time for another walk down memory lane. It was the decade of Madonna, the Goonies, leg warmers, and my generation’s best cartoons. We often look back at the 80s with great embarrassment and shame,…
Oct
01
2014
Volume
-
Published in Arts & Culture
Documentaries I hate to say it, it saddens me to say it, but the temperature is starting to drop and winter is right around of the corner. Soon beach blankets will be traded for Snuggies, camp fires for fireplaces, and Coronas for Baileys and hot chocolate. With the winter coming,…
Jul
26
2014
Volume
-
Published in Arts & Culture
Summer Releases Nothing beats the summer heat like an air conditioned movie theatre. While the great outdoors is certainly the best option this time of year, don’t neglect this season’s movie lineup, especially for your science fiction lover. The films in this summer’s lineup are sure to get your heart…
May
28
2014
Volume
-
Published in Arts & Culture
My Uplifting Column In celebration of the new airport opening I thought I would write an uplifting column with a flight theme. Yes, you may groan at that ridiculous attempt at puniness, I can take it. There are numerous entertainment forums which include flight themes, and I felt a need…
Mar
27
2014
Volume
-
Published in Arts & Culture
Books to Movies ONE COULD ARGUE THAT IMITATION IS THE BEST FORM OF FLATTERY. With so many movies based on books, is there truly a unique story still to be told on the big screen? Or an author’s head which has not yet be swollen by such flattery? I began…
Jan
24
2014
Volume
-
Published in Arts & Culture
Why Simon Pegg is the Best Entertainment Import Time and time again I promote the fact that Simon Pegg is North America’s greatest import. Usually this debate is after a few pints when I’ve tried to recite the dialogue from Hot Fuzz with some fuzzy clarity.
Nov
25
2013
Volume
-
Published in Arts & Culture
Desires of the Flesh We are obsessed. There are zombies everywhere and one could argue that the zombie apocalypse has already started… Flesh eating walkers have inundated every aspect of our lives. We see them on TV, in popular music, and video games. They are in a multitude of movies,…
Nov
25
2013
Volume
-
Published in Business & Oilsands
Photography by Greg Halinda “Have you ever hit a bottom and had to choose to either defend what you believe in, or take it and move on? Well I was at my lowest bottom, and I had a few thousand dollars left and a choice. I could let them all…
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