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Stop Scalewashing

Stop Scalewashing

Luke Adelhoch, Entertainment Editor

March 6, 2018

A lot of dinosaurs had feathers. That isn’t a theory anymore, it’s a hard scientific fact. All the raptors, the ostrich-like gallimimus and its relatives, archaeopteryx (it’s no longer considered the first bird--or even a bird at all)… there are plenty of confirmed feathered dinosaurs to list, ev...

To Tailor a Trailer

To Tailor a Trailer

Luke Adelhoch, Entertainment Editor

October 26, 2017

  Movie trailers aren’t just advertisements- they’re an art form. While nobody likes getting obnoxious commercials before a video or pop-up advertisements, it is rare that someone bemoans seeing trailers at the movie theater. They’re a great way to build excitement and anticipation for...

Judd Apatow’s “This is 40”

The theatrical poster for

Will Stallmeyer, Staff Writer

January 20, 2013

Labeled the “sort of sequel to Knocked Up”, the latest film in Judd Apatow's universe is “This is 40”, starring Paul Rudd, one of Apatow’s favorite leading men, and Leslie Mann, Apatow’s wife in real life.  The movie follows the lives of a middle-aged couple, Pete (Rudd) and Debbie (Mann),...

Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2

The theatrical poster of

Michelle Jin, Editor-in-Chief

December 13, 2012

A fair warning should be given to anyone who is a self-proclaimed “Twi-hard” or dislikes spoilers: this review will be honest, blunt, and will reveal several aspects about the plot. From the beginning this Twilight conversion would have been better off unmade because the entire movie lacks an...

“Skyfall” Exceeds Expectations

Daniel Craig in

November 18, 2012

In 1962, the film “Dr. No” came out, based on a novel by journalist Ian Fleming and starring a then unknown actor Sean Connery as a British spy 007. After Fifty years, twenty-two films, five billion dollars, and six actors playing the central role of James Bond, “Skyfall”, the latest addition...

‘Looper’: a Refreshing Thriller

Spencer Mullen, Entertainment Editor, Staff Writer

October 19, 2012

In the highly imaginative and clever film “Looper” time travel exists in 2074. However, it is also illegal and only used by the mobs. And since tracking technology has made it impossible to dispose of a body in 2074, when the mobs want someone gone they send them back thirty years in the past to...

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