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Leo Shines in The Revenant

Dylan Rupptrecht

January 27

Filed under Entertainment, Movies

With the Oscars right around the corner, it would be egregious not to review one of 2015’s most decorated films, The Revenant, which currently leads the Oscars with twelve nominations. Many people will be wondering if this ...

The Last Course of the Hunger Games

Ben Atwater

December 9

Filed under Entertainment, Movies

In 2012, The Hunger Games, based upon Suzanne Collins’ bestselling young adult novel, was released to much acclaim, both critically and financially.  Set in a bleak future where an autocratic government keeps its impoverished constitu...

Trailer Talk

Scott Iwaniec

December 9

Filed under Entertainment, Movies

Jimmy Kimmel premiered trailers for the two most anticipated superhero vs. superhero movies within exactly one week of each other. Here’s what I think of the twin trailers that grabbed the world’s complete attention.     Captain America: Civil War:...

The Good Dinosaur Review: A Dinosaur and His Boy

Hector Ramirez II

December 9

Filed under Entertainment, Movies

The Good Dinosaur is Disney Pixar’s latest film that asks, “What if the meteorite that killed the dinosaurs missed Earth?” From there, The Good Dinosaur tells a story I never expected from a dinosaur movie, but, knowing Pixa...

Classics Worth Watching

Tara Dombrowski

December 9

Filed under Entertainment, Movies

Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window is a film about a man stuck in his apartment after breaking his leg and being told to take a break from his job. Jeff Jefferies entertains himself by spying on his neighbors with his camera. While looking out his window,...

Jessica Jones: The Darkest Superhero Show Yet

Hector Ramirez II

November 25

Filed under Entertainment, Movies

The Marvel Cinematic Universe’s lineup of films and recent shows has initially given off the impression of being lighthearted fun that people of all ages can enjoy,  and these have seen renowned success. Marvel-Netflix’s Daredev...

Weekly Roundup

Ben Atwater

November 25

Filed under Entertainment, Movies

Academy Award winning screen writer Philippa Boyens will pen the screenplay for an adaption of The Merlin Saga, a fantasy series of novels about young wizard Merlin’s adventures in Camelot. Not much is known about the upcoming...

Top 5 Disney Movies You Probably Haven’t Seen

Hector Ramirez II

November 25

Filed under Entertainment, Movies

We have all seen the magic of Disney films. They capture a sense of awe and excitement in every motion picture with stunning animation and groundbreaking storytelling. To think that it all started with Mickey Mouse in the late...

Spectre Shakes Up the Bond Franchise

Tom Mayr

November 18

Filed under Entertainment, Movies

Shooting his way back onto the big screen is Daniel Craig in the fourth installment of the rebooted James Bond series, Spectre. Craig has reprised his role as everyone’s favorite spy for MI6, with nothing stopping him from his task...

Small Screen Supers

The Charger Bulletin

November 18

Filed under Entertainment, Movies

By SCOTT IWANIEC & STEVE CIAMPA CONTRIBUTING WRITERS [email protected] With the cable superhero shows three to five episodes in, this is usually the “jumping off” or “staying on” point for its viewers....

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