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What to Watch Next: “Pulp Fiction”

What to Watch Next: “Pulp Fiction”

Alex Hartleb

December 16, 2019

The stories of two partnered hitman, a boxer, and a mob boss and his wife all intermingle with one another in Quentin Tarantino’s amazing second film “Pulp Fiction." The movies is split into three different parts, starting with the two hitman, Vincent Vega (played by John Travolta) and Jules Wi...

“Jumanji: The Next Chapter” Movie Review

“Jumanji: The Next Chapter” Movie Review

Riley Murphy

December 15, 2019

On Dec. 13, producer and filmmaker Jake Kasdan released “Jumanji: The Next Chapter,” to theaters nationwide. Following the popular prequel, “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle,” “Jumanji: The Next Chapter” provides a great continuation of the Jumanji journey.  The movie opens up with a somber scene of ch...

“A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” shows the power of kindness

“A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” shows the power of kindness

Maggie Kirwin

November 23, 2019

For as long as he has been in the Hollywood scene, Tom Hanks has never failed to prove that he is a well rounded actor. Hanks is best known for his remarkable portrayals as Forrest Gump in “Forrest Gump,” and Walt Disney in Disney’s “Saving Mr. Banks.” Being an Oscar winning actor is no jo...

“Charlie’s Angels” reboot comes with a shocking twist

“Charlie’s Angels” reboot comes with a shocking twist

Lindsey Leigh

November 16, 2019

Many people did not know what to expect from the “Charlie's Angels” movie reboot of the popular TV series that aired from 1976 to 1981. Other reboots of the show have been made, including “Charlie’s Angels” (2000) and “Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle” (2003), which starred actresses Drew Ba...

“Terminator: Dark Fate” brings redemption to classic action series

“Terminator: Dark Fate” brings redemption to classic action series

Ayman Mirkhan

November 3, 2019

The end. A thought that daunts us all but yet entices us at the same time. What will the cause of it be? Disease? World War? terminators? This curiosity is what inspires iconic film series such as the terminator legacy.  “Terminator: Dark Fate” is the latest installment of the classic movie series whi...

Book to Big Screen: “The Perks of Being a Wallflower”

Book to Big Screen: “The Perks of Being a Wallflower”

Skylar Sharkey

October 31, 2019

You’ve spent weeks anticipating your favorite book’s movie adaptation. You’ve obsessed over the cast, meticulously examined the soundtrack, poured over the fan theories. You’ve cleared your schedule to ensure you’re available to see your favorite characters come to life on the big screen. You...

“The Addams Family” is what you’d expect from a reboot

“The Addams Family” is what you’d expect from a reboot

Sara Gebka

October 12, 2019

Director Conrad Vernon may not ring a bell to many who hear his name yet he’s known for working on the academy-award winning movie “Shrek,” so it was quite a surprise to see him, and director Greg Tiernan, working on the animated reboot “The Addams Family.” Let’s just say that this isn’t one ...

Is it really ‘The Last Jedi?’

Is it really ‘The Last Jedi?’

Madison Barr

December 19, 2017

After "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" premiered two years ago on Dec. 18, 2015, later followed by "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story," the hype has been unreal in regard to the latest installation into the "Star Wars" universe, "Star Wars: The Last Jedi," directed by Rian Johnson. The film closely follows...

‘Beauty and the Beast’ stands the test of time

‘Beauty and the Beast’ stands the test of time

Madeline Moffett

April 24, 2017

rom the time I was a little girl, I remember watching Disney Princess movies like it was my job. I could sing every song from "Cinderella" and "Snow White and the Seven Dwarves" and "Sleeping Beauty." But by far my favorite was "Beauty and the Beast." I would dream I was Belle and had a big, beautiful ye...

“Rings” surpasses its low expectations

“Rings” surpasses its low expectations

Lucas Modzelewski

February 5, 2017

ings” is the newest sequel in what is now “The Ring” trilogy. When the American version of “The Ring” first came out, back in 2002, many claimed it was a solid horror film in an increasingly cluttered market. When I first saw it, I firmly believed it was the scariest movie I had ever seen...

Spiderman trades tights for Army greens

Spiderman trades tights for Army greens

Madeline Moffett

November 7, 2016

have a certain way that I judge the quality of movies. And it never fails me. My mom always falls asleep 15 minutes into a movie or TV show; it's like clockwork. She sits down in her sweats, curls up with a blanket, and is snoring by the first commercial break. So when I brought her with me to...

‘The Girl on the Train’ never quite leaves the station

‘The Girl on the Train’ never quite leaves the station

Madeline Moffett

October 10, 2016

t's almost impossible for a movie adaptation to live up to the expectations set by the book. "Harry Potter" came dangerously close, but that's about as far as it goes. "The Girl on the Train" unfortunately, like so many other adaptations, fell disappointingly short. This story follows the traumatic we...

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