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Supersized Ensemble Cannot Save the Schizophrenia of “Valentine’s Day”

Lynne Carty

February 25, 2010

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By Lynne Carty Class of 2010   Featuring one of the most star-studded casts this year, Valentine’s Day premiered last Thursday and made a killing at the box office this past weekend. More or less, the film could m...

Lady Antebellum’s Newest Effort, “Need You Now”, Gives Audiences What They Need

Katherine Bruckmann

February 25, 2010

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Lady Antebellum's latest effort, "Need You Now", has definitely not hit the  "sophomore-slump" that is so often talked about in the music industry.  This awesome album is now the bestselling album in America, which is imp...

“When in Rome” is a Run-of-the-Mill Romantic Comedy

Kathryn Russo

February 12, 2010

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“When in Rome” is a romantic comedy that came out just in time for Valentine’s Day. The story line is sweet and heartwarming; however, it unfortunately is a typical romantic comedy with a predictable plot that focuses on a boy...

Approaching Oscars Inspire Predictions

Rachel Menard

February 12, 2010

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With the Oscars quickly approaching on March 7th, everyone is scrambling to predict their picks for such awards as Best Picture, Best Actor and Actress, and all kinds of other prestigious awards. The system of selecting ...

“Nine” fails as a Broadway film

Rachel Menard

January 20, 2010

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Despite its star-studded cast, “NINE” disappoints as a Broadway film. Compared to a similar counterpart such as “Chicago”, which was significantly more popular, “Nine” fails to achieve the interesting, catchy plot t...

“The Fourth Kind” fails to make contact in Alaska

Sydney Gillis

January 5, 2010

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  The Fourth Kind opens with actress Milla Jovovich informing the audience of the disturbing archive footage they are about to see. Jovovich plays the main role of Doctor Abigail Tyler, who is a psychologist doing studies on the possibilities of alien encounters. She explains that the movie retells the story of Dr. Tyler’s studi...

Sub-Par “The Men Who Stare at Goats” Barely Succeeds as Satire

Russell Ollis

January 5, 2010

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"The Men Who Stare at Goats" is a humorous and symbolic view on the top-secret military project code-named the "New Earth Army", whose overall goal was to make super-soldiers, or "Jedi Knights" as Lyn Cassidy (George C...

ABC’s FlashForward continues to entice audiences

juliannadonaher

January 4, 2010

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 Following the success of the first airing of FlashForward, fans throughout the country are quickly becoming enthralled with ABC’s newest sci-fi drama.  Thought provoking and often heart pounding as it is, the show require...

“The Crazies” Leaves Viewers Begging for More

James Cullinane

December 25, 2009

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    James Cullinane Class 0f 2012 "Fear thy neighbor".  No three words could be used to describe the plot of "The Crazies" any better.  Director Breck Eisner's remake of the 1973 horror film certainly does not lack excitement.  The town of Ogden Marsh is the definition of a small town.  ...

“The Blind Side” creates refreshing new look at inspirational films

Katherine Bruckmann

December 4, 2009

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Katie Bruckmann Class of 2010 Blind Side Review With humor, talent, and heart, the movie The Blind Side directed by John Lee Hancock, impresses and inspires audiences of all ages.  The movie is based on a true stor...

Uninhabitable Mansions Delivers Fresh Sound

November 25, 2009

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Uninhabitable Mansions is sure to add a fresh sound to your playlist. Don't let the weird name dissuade you, their music is quality.  This indie-rock band is made up of members from two recently split bands: Clap Your Hands Say...

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