No Good Deed Delivers Suspense for Movie Goers

Verenice Garcia, Staff Writer

September 18, 2014

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No Good Deed Movie Review No Good Deed, directed by Sam Miller, is actually a very good deed. The film is captivating from the start as it provides the dangerous and scary background of the main character, Colin, who is played by B...

Miyazaki exits on a high note with ‘The Wind Rises’

Jung Kim, Editor-in-Chief

February 27, 2014

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Declared as Hayao Miyazaki’s final film, “The Wind Rises” is an affectionate and colorful tribute to the filmmaker’s legacy as a world-renowned animator, writer and director. Loosely based on the history of Japan during...

Insidious 2 Leaves Cliffhanger, No One Surprised

Danielle Bellavance, Features Editor

December 16, 2013

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In 2011, “Insidious” hit theatres with more of impact than typically expected from a PG-13 “Possession” horror movie. I had not personally seen the movie until it came to Netflix many months after it’s release. I remembered...

Smaug Fires Up the Crowd

Danielle Bellavance, Features Editor

December 16, 2013

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Last Friday, the long anticipated Hobbit sequel finally hit theatres a year after the release of the first movie “An Unexpected Journey”. The Desolation of Smaug picks up right after an Unexpected Journey left off. The young...

Netflix, Good For Movies, Good For Making You Think

Danielle Bellavance, Features Editor

December 16, 2013

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So everyone has Netflix right? There are some pretty insane documentaries on there that will make you think in ways you didn’t know were possible. Restrepo, This recounts the stories of the soldiers that were stationed in Afgh...

‘White House Down’ fails to wow audiences

Joe Llorin, Features Editor

July 9, 2013

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There’s a trend resurfacing lately in the world of movies where America is the target of an invasion by an enemy force. In “Battle: Los Angeles,” aliens invaded, it was the North Koreans in “Red Dawn” and in the latest...

Neither side a winner in ‘World War Z’

Joe Llorin, Features Editor

June 28, 2013

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Although they differ in terms of how scary they are, most zombie films are generally the same- an unknown plague sweeps across the world, a strong person or group of people stand against it and by the end of the film, no cure...

‘This is the End’ achieves divine success

Joe Llorin, Features Editor

June 18, 2013

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Admittedly, we’ve all wondered what it would be like to experience the apocalypse and how it would be if we were surrounded by our best friends. Giving into to such an idea, the minds behind comedies such as “Superbad” and...

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