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Review: Jessica Jones – Season 2

Review: Jessica Jones – Season 2

Garret Roberts

March 10, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies & TV, Top Stories, TV

Airing on International Women’s Day, “Jessica Jones” continues the story of Protagonist Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter) and her investigation agency, Alias Investigations. After a strong first season, many viewers wondered if the second season of the Netflix series would continue the legacy of thi...

The biggest snubs and surprises of the 2018 Oscar nominations

The biggest snubs and surprises of the 2018 Oscar nominations

Trevor Young

March 1, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies, Movies & TV, Top Stories

Oscar nominations rarely come without controversy. In a year with so many deserving projects, it would be impossible for the academy to nominate all the films that deserve praise. However, some of the nominations this year did shock me. As a result, I felt the urge to detail some of the nominations (o...

The 2018 Oscars: Ranking the best picture nominees

The 2018 Oscars: Ranking the best picture nominees

Trevor Young

February 27, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies, Movies & TV, Top Stories

The 2018 Academy Awards are right around the corner, and I am very much looking forward to biggest Oscar of the night: "Best Picture." This year there are 9 films nominated, and most of them deserve to be considered. In my anticipation for the big night, I ranked the nominees from worst to best, sharing my...

The Reel Episode 3: Is Time Running Out On Netflix?

The Reel Episode 3: Is Time Running Out On Netflix?

Logan Carney and Brandon Aleman

February 23, 2018


Filed under A&E Podcasts, Arts & Entertainment, Movies, Movies & TV, Sentry podcasts, The Reel

This week, Logan and Brandon give their reviews on their movie of the week as well as debate the future of the country's number one streaming service.​ ...

The Reel Episode 2: Valentines and Oscars

The Reel Episode 2: Valentines and Oscars

Logan Carney and Brandon Aleman

February 16, 2018


Filed under A&E Podcasts, Arts & Entertainment, Movies, Movies & TV, Sentry podcasts, The Reel

The guys dish out their favorite romantic comedies for Valentines Day and give their predictions for the Oscars.​ ...

Xfinity on Campus comes to RMU

Xfinity on Campus comes to RMU

Garret Roberts

February 8, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies & TV, Top Stories, TV

Robert Morris students now have access to their favorite shows through Xfinity on Campus, a service available to select colleges throughout the country. Advertised as “your on campus TV-streaming service,” it will be available to all residents. The platform works like any other room and board service...

“Altered Carbon”: a sci-fi mystery worth watching

“Altered Carbon”: a sci-fi mystery worth watching

Garret Roberts

February 5, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies, Movies & TV, Top Stories

Netflix original series have been notable for adapting graphic novels and comic books in the past; however, they seem to have a new interest: feature length novels. "Altered Carbon," previously a mystery novel by Richard K. Morgan, offers a unique sci-fi adventure that keeps viewers hooked until the...

The Reel Episode 1: 2017 Movies in Review

The Reel Episode 1: 2017 Movies in Review

Logan Carney and Brandon Aleman

February 2, 2018


Filed under A&E Podcasts, Arts & Entertainment, Movies, Movies & TV, The Reel

On the first episode of RMU's only Arts and Entertainment broadcast, Brandon and Logan discuss their favorite movies from 2017 and dive into the 2018 movie scene. ...

The most anticipated releases of 2018

The most anticipated releases of 2018

Amanda Ebner

January 29, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies, Movies & TV, Top Stories

Though it may feel like we’ve already been back on campus forever, the year of 2018 has only just begun. It may lift your spirits to know that while it may be full of schoolwork and exams, it’s also set to be an exciting year of releases for books, video games and movies. 2018 is set to...

“The End of the F***ing World:” Netflix’s darker future looks bright

“The End of the F***ing World:” Netflix’s darker future looks bright

Garret Roberts

January 8, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies & TV, Top Stories, TV

Netflix is becoming a platform known for their production of darker series, and as a result, they are providing creators an outlet to express themselves. More violent and grimy stories such as "Jessica Jones" and imaginative series like "Black Mirror" would have their message altered on broadcast TV,...