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Split Review

Split Review

Skip Stevens, The Reporter

February 24, 2017

Ever since the days of Alfred Hitchcock, Psychological Thrillers have been a big part of the movie world. Films like Seven and The Shining have been successful at putting moviegoers on the edge of their seats (or behind the protection of a blanket) for a long time, and M. Knight Shyamalan’s film Split continue...

John Hughes Movie Review

John Hughes Movie Review

McKenzie Reimer, Co-Editor In Chief

February 15, 2017

As it is the month of romance, it becomes a necessity to have amazing movies to watch when you’re inevitably sad and alone with only a cat to love. Although, not just any movies will do for this month long love fest. I think we all know what I’m talking about. I’m not only bringing out the big ...

Is Pink Season in Season?

Is Pink Season in Season?

Liam Struck, Reporter

February 14, 2017

The musical phenomenon known as Pink Season debuted on January 4th 2017 and had erected itself to the number two album on Itunes top 50 chart closely following that one sound track about some hawaiian girl and The Rock saving the world. With such hit songs like “Dora the explora” and “Please st...

Shameless

Shameless

Jourdan-Ashle Barnes, Reporter

February 10, 2017

Recently, the Showtime dramedy series Shameless has been gaining popularity. This series follows the misadventures of Frank Gallagher, an alcoholic, who is a single parent of six kids, who often find themselves in loads of trouble. Despite the horrible context of the show, people are still drawn to it. S...

La La Land: Bitterweet Eye Candy

La La Land: Bitterweet Eye Candy

Dane Dorius, Academics and Arts Editor, Ostensibly

February 9, 2017

La La Land is a music romance starring Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone. Ryan Gosling plays Sebastian, a jazz pianist who aspires to bring jazz back to the mainstream and run his own club, and Emma Stone plays Mia, a struggling actress. The movie, like its characters, take the imagery, styles, and dreams of...

The Remorseful Review: Netflix’s A Series of Unfortunate Events

The Remorseful Review: Netflix’s A Series of Unfortunate Events

Elizabeth Jackson, Reporter

February 8, 2017

As the opening theme of the show warns viewers, to look away, look away I highly suggest you do the same with this review. The release of the Netflix original series A Series of Unfortunate Events was highly anticipated for many reasons. One being that the talented actor, Neil Patrick Harris graced us with his incred...

Moana

Moana

Sonja Paulson, Features and Profiles Editor

December 21, 2016

Princesses have come, and princesses have gone. Moana is here to stay. As the only Disney princess movie without a love story entangled into it, Moana stands her ground as a strong female lead. Tapping into Polynesian culture, the movie accurate represents a world entirely new to what we have seen from s...

Arrival Review

Arrival Review

Dane Dorius, Academics and Arts Editor

December 16, 2016

Coming hot off the heels off of Sicario, a tense tale of cartels and a raid south of the border and Enemy, a strange, surreal, and nightmarish film that eludes one single genre, director Denis Villeneuve further shows his mastery of any type of film he tries his hand at with Arrival, which is the best science fiction ...

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

Sam Stuve, Reporter

December 9, 2016

“Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is a solid Harry Potter series movie but often prioritizes setup over memorable drama or spellbinding action.” -Ben Kendrick (Screen Rant) “As promised, the title critters in Fantastic Beasts are whimsically entertaining and occasionally as entr...

Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life

Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life

McKenzie Reimer, Co-Editor In Chief

December 5, 2016

By now, everyone and their dead ancestors should know that the popular TV show, Gilmore Girls, has returned for a 4 part miniseries on Netflix. If this is somehow new information to you, where have you been? Living under a rock? Gilmore Girls ran from 2000-2007 and stole the hearts of many. It stars...

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