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Jojo Rabbit Review

Jojo Rabbit Review

April 20, 2020

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October 27, 2015

Age of Adeline Review

Tara Williams, Opinion Section Editor

May 9, 2015

Close your eyes. Imagine living eternally at the peak of your life, where your body and mind would never deteriorate. Although this may sound glamorous, the life of an immortal is an eternal struggle.   “Age of Adeline”...

American Sniper Review

Audrey Holds, Page Editor

March 31, 2015

Following the real-life story of Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle, American Sniper proved to be an intense, disturbing, but eye-opening depiction of the war in Iraq. Chris Kyle (portrayed by Bradley Cooper) is the deadliest marksman in U.S. military history, credited with 160 confirmed kills by The Department of Defense––ru...

“Out of the Box” Stop-Motion Animated Movie Thrills Audiences Nationwide

Tara Williams, Opinion Section Editor

November 1, 2014

“The Boxtrolls”, a new, stop-animated children’s movie, describes the life of Eggs' (Isaac Hempstead-Wright) the Boxtroll Boy’s struggle to fight a villain who had kidnapped his many boxtroll friends. These "Boxtrolls" are fant...

We’re The Millers Review

Christopher Sleckman

October 18, 2013

For the typical teenager, who has what most people consider to be an immature sense of humor, this movie will undoubtedly make you laugh. However, for the more mature audience, the humor may seem a little too vulgar. David...

Warm Bodies

Nuri Yi

April 2, 2013

  3 out of 5 stars “Warm Bodies,” starring Nicholas Hoult and Teresa Palmer, is one of those movies that seems just okay upon first reflection, but gets better the more you think about it.  A slight...

Django Unchained Review

Christopher Sleckman

February 6, 2013

This extremely violent and incredibly entertaining film directed by Quentin Tarantino never backs down from an opportunity to create a disturbing, harrowing scene. Quentin Taratino loves to make movies with lots of blood and guts...

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