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Rami Malek shines as Freddy Mercury

Damara Gillett, Staff Writer December 5, 2018

Released in theaters in time for the 27th anniversary of Queen singer Freddie Mercury’s passing, “Bohemian Rhapsody” is a cinematic tribute based on the formation of the band and Mercury’s life...

Holiday specials peaked with 1974’s ‘The Year Without a Santa Claus’

Sean Bull, Broadcast Manager & Staff Writer December 5, 2018

Late 2018 has been a weird time for pop culture. Smash Mouth’s “All Star” is now classic rock. The years don’t stop coming, indeed. If that excites you, I’m guessing you’ll also be thrilled...

‘Venom’ is a big gooey mess, but had something I loved anyway

Matt Withers, Arts Editor October 24, 2018

I’d be lying if I had said I had high expectations for the movie “Venom.” I had watched every trailer and became more and more conflicted about the film. The footage of Venom himself looked...

Crazy about “Crazy Rich Asians”

Antilica Xiong, Graphic Designer October 10, 2018

“Crazy Rich Asians” may not represent all Asians, but the film created opportunities and awareness for the Asian community as a whole. The amazing Jon M. Chu directs an outstanding film, based on...

‘Happy Time’ almost worth the time

Damara Gillett, Graphic Designer September 12, 2018

“Happy Time Murders” had promise as a premise. Murder mystery, cop drama, puppets, raunchy humor, an R-rating – it looked to be a recipe for an interesting watch. And it was interesting....

Netflix film ‘Beasts of No Nation’ a strong debut

Morgan Engels, Staff Writer December 11, 2015

Back in October, Netflix, already having made a mark in television with shows like “House of Cards” and “Orange is the New Black,” debuted its first original film “Beasts of No Nation.” While...

These five films highlight the summer movie season

Tom Richardson, Staff writer May 7, 2014

People always seem to know what kind of movies trip their trigger, but during the summer movie season, it’s hard to narrow it down to the “must-see” titles. Here is a list of five films to look forward...

A tribute to film critic Roger Ebert

Tom Richardson, Staff Writer April 5, 2013

“Two thumbs up” was the famous quote from both Roger Ebert & Gene Siskel, heard frequently on the film criticism show, “At the Movies,” they both hosted. Gene Siskel passed away in 1999; and...

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