A “bit” refers to a playful routine or a humorous exchange among friends, often a series of related jokes strung together. In my experience, bits are the most fun-spirited way to encourage genuine human connection and laughter.
As soon as we stepped out of the theater after Don’t Worry Darling, my friends smiled and nodded as they expressed that they really liked the movie, while I was pissed off and ready to rant. I may or may not have raised my voice in the women’s bathroom an inappropriate amount, but I am here to talk about why I am so cynical about a lot of new media coming out. Our standards are too low when it comes to movies and TV shows, and we don’t care that they might be extremely derivative or downright unnecessary.
Meredith D. Clark, associate professor in the School of Journalism and Communication Studies at Northeastern University, discussed the impacts of negative media portrayals of African Americans in the New Directions series.
Wielding only Photoshop and Illustrator, students in professor Karl Baden film studio art course pieced together compelling critiques of media entities from ‘The Bachelor’ to ‘Mr. Bean.’