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Divine Misfortune Review

June 1, 2010

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Divine Misfortune is a story about a young married couple, Teri and Phil, who had never been in the need of any kind of god. When Phil is passed up once again for a promotion by his co-worker who worships a god all his own, Ph...

Date Night

May 21, 2010

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By Emma Berkel    Many comedies hit the screen and give their audiences a few hearty laughs before promptly growing stale. However, every so often one reveals itself to be enjoyable not only the first time, but the second, a...

The Last Song

April 23, 2010

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By Kaitlin Hutson Grade: A-    With a whopping total of $16,007,426 opening weekend, The Last Song hit a high note as it rang through theaters. It is the movie to delight girls and guys of every age that love a good ‘chick-flick.’...

Kick-A** Review

April 19, 2010

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Kick-A** is a super hero movie based off of the comic books written by Mark Millar, that not only lives up to its name but surpasses everything I expected about the movie. From the previews and commercials Kick-a** seems like...

Alice in Wonderland

March 26, 2010

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By Emma Berkel      Lewis Carroll’s well known and forever fascinating world takes on new life with the help of director Tim Burton’s vision and modern CGI. Having opened earlier this month, “Alice in Wonderland...

Dear John

March 3, 2010

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By Shelly Voss    The country’s population of love-struck teenage girls had been counting the days until the premiere of Nicholas Sparks’ best seller-turned-movie when it opened February 5th. Starring Channing Tatum (Ste...

Sherlock Holmes

January 13, 2010

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By Lauren Smith    As the Christmas Eve flurries of snow brought us a chill, Christmas Day opened the door to a new sort of a chill; a chill to the bone; a chill delivered to us in the form of “Sherlock Holmes,” a movie...


December 7, 2009

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By Ashley Bagwell    Keeping in mind the fact that major Hollywood moviemakers have never found it important to remain true to the scientific nature of the way things work, 2012 delivers a healthy dose of disaster and enough amazing sp...

The Blind Side

December 1, 2009

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By Lauren Smith    Earning $34,119,372 its opening weekend and then more than doubling it the next, “The Blind Side” stands tall in box offices stats that are currently being dominated by a cult phenomenon. Starring Quinton...

“Glee” Gives Viewers Something to Sing About

November 16, 2009

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   By Lauren Smith     Melodically cascading its way into hearts across America through peoples’ funny bones, Glee has, no doubt, earned a spot in DVR’s across the nation. Viewers are given a 60-minute rebuttal to t...

Paranormal Activity- Rated R

October 23, 2009

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By Ashley Bagwell    Imagine a movie that has the ability to terrify almost an entire audience, prevent teenagers from closing their eyes at night and winning a spot as one of the best horror movies of all time, all for ...

A truly ‘Up’lifting film

July 7, 2009

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v By Ashley Bagwell “Up” is the latest in a string of highly successful Pixar films. This list includes “Toy Story”, “A Bug's Life”, “Toy Story 2”, “Monsters, Inc”, “Finding Nemo”, “The Incredibles”,...

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