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14 Fictional Couples I Love for February 14

Samantha Dutch, Contributor February 14, 2022

A love story is often the subplot of a television show or series, but in honor of Valentine's Day, it is time to give those romances our full attention. Now, I am not here to say that these are the...

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The Top 10 Sports Movies

Colby Sherwin, Assistant News Editor February 7, 2022

Sports are a huge part of my life, as a fan and a sports communication major. Growing up, sports movies were something that I loved to watch. From "Everyone's Hero" to the "Mighty Ducks" and so much more....

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Top 10 Marvel (MCU) Movies So Far

Nathan Kingston, Contributor January 26, 2022

Everyone should watch the best Marvel movies at least once… twice… okay, 10 times in their life! The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) is a vast and impressive cinematic achievement, but not all Marvel...

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The good, the bad, and the spice (Dune 2021 Review)

William Vassen, Contributor November 8, 2021

I give Denis Villeneuve's 2021 Dune a thumbs up, 9/10 and a "please go watch it." First off, this article has spoilers, so if you want to go see this movie before reading, go do that now. We can nerd out...

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...

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.
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Review: Little Women

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...

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Review: Frozen 2

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...

Doctor Sleep starts Ewan McGregor as Danny Torrance, the now grown-up son of The Shinings Jack Torrance. Photo credit: Warner Bros

Review: Doctor Sleep

Kassandra Boyd, Contributor November 15, 2019

Hollywood’s obsession with maximizing it's profits has led to an abundance of subpar remakes and half-baked sequels that have polluted the horror movie genre. “Exorcist II: The Heretic” and “Book...

Blinn Reviews: El Camino

Blinn Reviews: El Camino

John Blinn, News Editor October 24, 2019

In 2013, Vince Gilligan left "Breaking Bad" fans around the world with a cliff-hanger. The series finale showed the lovable crystal meth chef, Jesse Pinkman, screaming and crying with relief as he sped...

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