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Movie Reviews

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‘Captain America’ goes beyond superhero standards

Traditionally, the first weekend in May is the time that kicks off the summer movie season, a season filled with blockbu...

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Daring and beautiful ‘Noah’ impresses

In 2014, one of the more intriguing trends in Hollywood will be the advent of major studio-funded Christian-themed films...

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Wes Anderson’s ‘Grand Budapest Hotel’ is one of his best

Come enter the whimsical world of Wes Anderson. It is colorful, quirky and leaves a delicious taste in your mouth. The s...

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Cinematically beautiful ‘Walter Mitty’ still lacking

It’s a beautiful picture. Rolling hills, unscalable mountains, deep and vast oceans. The kind of picture that ignites ...

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Arts and Entertainment staff share favorite romantic comedies

In honor of Valentine’s Day, our arts and entertainment staff came up with several of their favorite films that are of...

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Disappointing ‘Monuments Men’ fails to spark interest

There are few things more frustrating than cooking up a sub-par soup when all the ingredients to make a tasty meal are r...

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‘About Time’ brings sincerity to romantic comedy

If I was being totally honest, I would tell you that I was not so excited about this movie. I would tell you that I had ...

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Leonardo DiCaprio leads entertaining and crazy ‘Wolf of Wall Street’

Jordan Belfort is an interesting man. From the outside looking in, he is a rockstar in the financial industry. But when ...

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Spike Jonze’s ‘Her’ is odd, but beautiful

In the not-so-distant future, operating systems have the ability to learn and grow from their own experiences. They beco...

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Entertaining ‘Hobbit’ misses spark of original trilogy

The much-anticipated second installment of Peter Jackson’s “The Hobbit” trilogy, “The Hobbit: The Desolation...