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RMU alum and former defensive lineman appears in Disney Plus movie

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Garret Roberts, Editor in Chief December 12, 2020

MOON TOWNSHIP -- While Robert Morris University alum Chris Setticase is commonly known for his appearances in Joe Walton stadium, his newest endeavor is taking him to screens across the world. The...

Looking back on the masterpiece of Charlie Brown`s Thanksgiving

Looking back on the masterpiece of Charlie Brown`s Thanksgiving
Jonah Hoy, Assistant Arts and Entertainment Editor November 26, 2020

MOON TOWNSHIP — Thanksgiving is a strange holiday, full of stuffing your face and unwanted conversations of politics. It's also a time everyone can enjoy, combining the happiness of seeing family members...

“Zombi 2:” Italy’s Bizarre Dive Into Horror

Dominic Merlo, Contributor November 9, 2020

From the late 20th century to the current day, Italian film can be noted for being passionate, if not melodramatic, and frequently corny. It's this overblown passion making Italy such an influential figure...

Reviewing over 52 hours of James Bond movies

Reviewing over 52 hours of James Bond movies
Logan Carney, Digital Content Director March 31, 2020

Back in November, I watched all 24 James Bond movies in a single-sitting to accomplish what is truly a man’s greatest possible movie marathon. I did it so that you wouldn’t have to. If you’d like...

RMU professor introduces “1917” film at Tull Family Theater

The screening room at the Tull Family Theater. Photo credit: Garret Roberts
Michael Delehanty, Contributor January 30, 2020

MOON TOWNSHIP - Robert Morris University English professor Dr. Connie Ruzich introduced the newly released World War I film "1917" at the Tull Family Theater on Jan. 17. Dr. Ruzich was selected to speak...

Top 10 Movies of the 2010s

Top 10 Movies of the 2010s
Sarah Gabany, Contributor January 20, 2020
This past decade has been monumental for Hollywood by providing endless cult classics, innovative storytelling and more diverse representation on screen.

Review: Little Women

Sisters Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy March. Photo credit: Sony
Kassandra Boyd, Contributor January 4, 2020

Louisa May Alcott’s novel “Little Women” is a story that has been told over and over again in feature films, television shows, ballets and even a Japanese animated series. It sometimes feels as if...

Where’s the News? reviews the Star Wars series

Where's the News? reviews the Star Wars series
Garret Roberts, John Blinn, and Nick Hedderick December 17, 2019
Read the Sentry Media Section Editor's opinions on the Star Wars saga!

Review: Frozen 2

Sven, Kristoff, Anna, Elsa, and Olaf look into the distance. Photo credit: Disney Movies
Kaelei Whitlatch, Contributor November 30, 2019

Disclaimer: Contains spoilers for “Frozen” and minor spoilers for “Frozen 2." Six years ago, Disney produced a movie that featured an iconic song that would not leave the minds of children (and...

Cinemark at Robinson celebrates Ghibli Fest

A screenshot from the movie
Sarah Gabany, Contributor November 25, 2019

Studio Ghibli is a Japanese animation studio that has been creating famous films such as "My Neighbor Totoro," "Spirited Away" and "The Secret World of Arrietty" since the 1980s. This is the third annual...

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