The Charger Bulletin

“A Star is Born” Shines at Box Office

Sean McGuire, Contributing Writer

October 24, 2018

Lady Gaga made her debut as a main character in a feature length film and it is arguably her best performance ever. The film, as of Oct. 14 has made $136.2 million worldwide since its release on Oct. 5. “A Star is Born” has been made three times. This version tells the classic story of an acco...

American Sniper hits its target

Ben Atwater

February 11, 2015

No international conflict has shaped the geopolitical spectrum in the past fifteen years as much as the War on Terror. The subject of many films, such as Zero Dark Thirty and The Hurt Locker, Clint Eastwood’s American Sniper puts the Iraq War into beautifully rendered cinema once more. A biopi...

Silver Linings Playbook Breaks the Rules

Cameron Hines

December 5, 2012

In a movie where it feels like anything is possible, David O. Russell’s Silver Linings Playbook is not only very original, but also incredibly entertaining. The movie chronicles Bradley Cooper playing Pat, a former school teacher who suffers from bipolar disorder. He has recently been let out of a...

The Words has Writing Problems

Cameron Hines

September 26, 2012

With a movie that has as many good ideas as The Words, it’s a disappointment to see the film fall short. The premise of the movie is Dennis Quaid (The Rookie), who plays an author doing a book reading of his successful book titled The Words. The film switches between Quaid reading his novel/flirting ...

Bad Flick? Not So Much

Sara McGuire

February 17, 2010

So, here’s the deal. I went to see Valentines Day with my roommate this past Friday night. The critics have been slamming it, it’s been getting trashed everywhere, and the only people who really seem to like it from all that I’ve read are the famed Twilight Moms who consider New Moon Oscar-worthy...

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