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Deadpool Review

Deadpool Review

April 17, 2016

The Revenant Review

The Revenant Review

March 17, 2016

Steve Jobs Review

Steve Jobs Review

December 3, 2015

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...

Interstellar

Lawrence Hu and Nicole Beliz

November 18, 2014

The title of “Interstellar”, director Christopher Nolan’s newest masterpiece, is misleading, as it only allows a small glimpse into the powerful and complex epic that the director presents to the world yet again. Described by...

Paranormal Activity 4 Review

Sophie Allen

April 20, 2013

You’re never alone. This is the truth that Alex (Kathryn Newton) must face when she and her family let the creepy neighbor kid stay over while his mom is in the hospital. “Paranormal Activity 4” starts out wi...

“Zero Dark Thirty”

Zach Bayly

March 5, 2013

“Zero Dark Thirty,” a riveting and humanized depiction of the mission to capture Osama bin Laden, is not just a great movie; it is one of the most significant films of our generation. The film, directed by Kathryn...

Ruby Sparks Review

Eudora Olsen

November 12, 2012

“She’s out of his mind.” “Ruby Sparks,” directed by Jonathon Dayton and Valerie Faris, is a refreshing modern tall-tale. Starring Paul Dano as Calvin Weir-Fields, a restless writer with an overactive...

‘Kick-Ass’ fails to impress, satisfy

Globe Staff

May 23, 2010

When I first heard that there was a movie coming out called “Kick-Ass,” I started to laugh. When I saw the film, I laughed even harder. Surprisingly, “Kick-Ass” was entertaining, action-packed, and he...

“The Crazies” is Crazy Fun

Globe Staff

March 17, 2010

Remember the 1974 George A. Romero film “The Crazies”? Me neither. Well, having never seen the original (mainly because it is nowhere to be found), I did not know how I would enjoy the remake. It turns out that “The...

Could “Avatar” Change the Future of Cinema?

Globe Staff

January 27, 2010

Twenty years ago, the world of cinema was introduced to a little film that completely changed the future of special effects. This little film was called “Star Wars.” It was one of the first movies to use digital grap...

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