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Finding Dory: The forgetful fish who’s actually memorable

Finding Dory: The forgetful fish who’s actually memorable

Eddie Sheehy, Editor In Chief

June 16, 2016

 When you’re in a slump, you can always count on Pixar to bring you out of it. After weeks and weeks of less than impressive, shoddy sequels and disappointing new releases, I bring you a review of… another sequel. But this time I have positive things to talk about!  Of course I’m referrin...

Warcraft: Fun for fans, not for us

Warcraft: Fun for fans, not for us

Eddie Sheehy, Editor In Chief

June 9, 2016

 I’ve spent the last few weeks complaining about the seemingly never-ending stream of sequels that have been hitting theatres this summer. I was hoping for some relief this week with the release of Warcraft, the original movie based off the incomprehensibly popular videogame series, but unfortuna...

TMNT: Out of the Shadows – Another hollow shell

TMNT: Out of the Shadows – Another hollow shell

Eddie Sheehy, Editor In Chief

June 3, 2016

 The summer movie season is not even a month in and I’m ready to declare this a summer of shoddy sequels. Hitting the big screen this week is a movie that seemingly continues this trend, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of The Shadows, which picks up where 2014’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle’s...

Alice Through The Looking Glass: Nothing to see

Alice Through The Looking Glass: Nothing to see

Eddie Sheehy, Editor In Chief

May 26, 2016

 Back in March of 2010, Tim Burton released his live-action telling of the classic story of Alice In Wonderland. A moderate success with critics and a box-office smash, the movie raked in over one billion dollars during its release and started the now all too familiar trend of Disney turning their a...

Captain America: Civil War – The year heroes couldn’t get along

Captain America: Civil War – The year heroes couldn’t get along

Eddie Sheehy, Editor In Chief

May 5, 2016

 The summer movie season is quickly approaching, and while it may not technically start until June, Marvel has made it a trend over the past few years to spoil us by releasing their big “summer” movie in early May. This year of course was no different with Captain America: Civil War coming to theatres, ...

The best and worst of summer 2015

The best and worst of summer 2015

Eddie Sheehy, Arts & Entertainment Editor

August 13, 2015

The summer movie season doesn't officially end until Labor Day, but I don't see much on the movie horizon until then, so I decided to jump the gun and prematurely release a list of the best and worst summer blockbusters. I would have to say this year’s crop of blockbuster films proved more enjoy...

Fantastic Four: A fantastic flub

Fantastic Four: A fantastic flub

Eddie Sheehy, Arts & Entertainment Editor

August 6, 2015

After a fairly successful year with Avengers: Age of Ultron and Ant-Man, Marvel Entertainment finally did it. They finally made a bad movie. The not-so highly anticipated Fantastic Four opens up in theatres this weekend, with a select group of comic book fans hopeful that justice will finally be br...

Vacation: A reasonable enough getaway

Vacation: A reasonable enough getaway

Eddie Sheehy, Arts & Entertainment Editor

July 28, 2015

The original Vacation is a classic. The new Vacation is definitely not a classic, but it’s actually not bad either. Believe me; I’m as surprised as you are. Staring Ed Helms as grown up Rusty Griswold and Christina Applegate as his wife, Debbie, the new Vacation aims to recreate the family fun...

Pixels: Call it game over

Pixels: Call it game over

Eddie Sheehy, Arts & Entertainment Editor

July 23, 2015

I’ve used the word ridiculous to describe the last two movies I reviewed. For the sake of continuity, I’m making the word ridiculous the theme of this article as well. In Adam Sandler’s latest starring role, he play a nerd named Brenner, a former video-game prodigy turned washed up loser who...

Ant-Man: Good things do come in small packages

Ant-Man: Good things do come in small packages

Eddie Sheehy, Arts & Entertainment Editor

July 16, 2015

Last week I saw the Minions movie, and it was absolutely ridiculous. This week, I saw Ant-Man, and while this movie is ridiculous too, it is ridiculous in all the right ways. Based off the Marvel comic of the same name, Ant-Man plays out as the story of ex-con Scott Lang’s (Paul Rudd) journey to bec...