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“The Hunt” just another movie about violence

Hailey Pohl

April 7, 2020

Deplorable! A group of righteous liberals accidentally reveal their plans to capture and kill 12 people on a manor in Vermont. The public is outraged. Right wing believers rip apart the thread, prompting revenge from the left wingers. People that participated in the attack are captured from all over the ...

A spectacular journey to the theater: “The Call of the Wild”

A spectacular journey to the theater:

Trevor Book

February 21, 2020

“The Call of the Wild”, directed by Chris Sanders, retells a fantastic fairy tale story based on the book by Jack London. Sanders has also directed “How to Train Your Dragon”, “Lilo and Stitch”, and “The Croods”. In “The Call of the Wild”, Sanders once again did a phenomenal job at c...

“Knives Out”: a thriller that will keep you guessing

Sydney Novak

December 1, 2019

“Knives Out” is Rian Johnson’s 7th movie directing, labeled as a drama/thriller. Johnson’s film had well developed camera quality, from the emotions within the scene, array of colors, or the camera angles. The film begins with the nurse Marta, played by Ana de Armas, who bring in coffee to h...

From the Bible to the big screen

From the Bible to the big screen

Kat Gorospe

March 30, 2014

There’s an Ark, a flood, a pair of every animal on Earth, and one man chosen to be in charge of it all. Noah. Many people know the summary of who exactly Noah is, but others don’t know the exact details of what happened. How long did it take to build the Ark? Who helped him? Who was against...

Everything is, in fact, awesome

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Trisha Fritz

February 18, 2014

When my friend asked me to go see “The LEGO Movie” late this Friday night, I had to do a double take. Seriously? A movie about talking Legos, that’s the best they can do? But, oh, was I wrong. The movie sets you up about eight years ago in a fight between the evil Lord Business (the well-known Wi...

“Vampire Academy” gives us too much to really sink our teeth into

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Mawa Iqbal

February 14, 2014

For those of you looking for a teen fantasy romance with a mythical setting with dazzling special effects, emotionally in-depth characters, vampire folklore mixed in with the average teenage life, and a suspenseful plot leading up to an intense climax… well I wish you good luck, because you definitely won’t be finding it here. This movie may be best described as a mix of ...

“Inside Llewyn Davis” misses the key

Oscar Isaac and Justin Timberlake. (MCT Campus)

Angelica Cataldo

January 13, 2014

With the plethora of new movie releases accompanying the new year, I have found it quite difficult to pick and choose which ones are worth seeing, being that most of my choices have such mixed reviews. Not wanting to be disappointed with any so-called “blockbusters,” I chose to go and see a movie...

“Bad Grandpa” continues the “Jackass” legacy

Kyle Sommerfield

October 26, 2013

There are four crucial elements to every “Jackass” movie:  dangerous stunts, genitals, bodily fluids, and pranks. But “Bad Grandpa” has a surprising lack of these elements. In fact, I would even go as far as to say the “Jackass” crew has matured (at least by “Jackass” standards).  And it...

“Carrie” is nothing but a horrific remake

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Trisha Fritz

October 21, 2013

“What did Carrie White ever do to you?” Another adaptation of the book by Stephen King is brought to the big screen. “Carrie,” an American supernatural horror film directed by Kimberly Peirce, throws us right into the terror. For those who have read the book or have seen the previews, the movie is a serio...

Captivated by Abduction

Captivated by Abduction

Yazmin Dominguez

September 25, 2011

A pickup truck zooms down a never ending highway. The woodland scenery is a blur, shouts of laughter are heard and actor Taylor Lautner is seen mounted on the hood of car speeding 75 miles per hour en route to a high school party. This may not seem like the opening scene for an action film, especially ...

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