Belated, Short Film Review: Getting Under ‘Inside Llewyn Davis’

by Kolby Solinsky Editor, White Cover Magazine You’ll have to watch it twice. Because Inside Llewyn Davis is, at first viewing, boring. But the second time, it’s subtle. Subtle is an artistically conscious way of saying boring, but it’s a compliment – in the way someone who’s short can be the biggest person in the room, like Napoleon, […]

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Trailer Review: ‘Jurassic World’ Looks Juicier, Heavier, Brighter, and Much Different Than Spielberg’s Original

*This was originally posted on Black Press’s B.C. network. Story by Kolby Solinsky, White Cover Magazine… Try and tell me you didn’t get a little nostalgic watching this. The font. The familiar sounds and dinosaur screeches. The faint playing of Jurassic Park’s classic theme song. It’s all there and it’s been revamped and juiced up, […]

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The Brilliance of Robin Williams

by Kolby Solinsky Editor, White Cover Magazine I was away on vacation when Robin Williams died, and I never really felt like writing anything about him or really posting anything because, well, everyone else already was. But he was my favourite actor, ever since I was 5 and 6 and could process what was happening on […]

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