Stark’s Selection: “The Vow” Explores the Power of Love

Veronica Stark, Assistant Editor

February 28, 2012

“The Vow” is a heart-warming story of a married couple who are deeply in love, but their marriage is put to the test when the wife loses her memory due to a terrible accident. This story is based off of the true events...

Rainey’s Review: Denzel enters the CIA in “Safe House”

Jonathan Rainey, Staff Writer

February 28, 2012

CIA intrigue and lies.  You’ve seen it before, and here it is again with “Safe House.” The film, starring Denzel Washington and Ryan Reynolds and directed by Daniel Espinosa, fails to break any new ground on the tiring...

“J. Edgar” gives a historical perspective on modern problems

Jonathan Rainey, Staff Writer

November 30, 2011

The most powerful man in the United States is not always the president.  The film “J. Edgar” shows that the first director of the FBI often held more control over the affairs of America than even the elected leaders of the...

Staff writer claims “Abducted” abducted two hours of his life

Jonathan Rainey, Staff Writer

October 19, 2011

A title like “Abduction” would generally lead a viewer to believe that the film’s premise revolves around the main character being kidnapped. However, this never happened. With the poor reviews this movie has been receiving,...

“Warrior” delivers a deeper story than might be expected

Jonathan Rainey, Staff Writer

September 28, 2011

Movies chronicling the rise of a fighter from obscurity to world champion come out like clockwork from Hollywood.  “Warrior,” from all early indications, seemed to be a straightforward film following that formulaic narrative....

Poston’s Picks on Netflix: “Undead or Alive” brings zombedy to the Old West

Staci Poston, Managing Editor

September 7, 2011

“Undead or Alive” (2007) is one of my favorite zombie movies ever.  It’s right up there with “Zombieland” but not as campy.  And this western/comedy/horror act-ually has decent acting; if anything, it’s the storyline...

A tired joke done right: movie review of “Red”

Shannon Beaudry, Staff Writer

November 17, 2010

If you pay just a little attention to movie trailers these days, it's easy to see a pattern. Studios seem to be scrambling to produce the next popular action film or "older people reuniting to prove they've still got it" movie....

“Wall Street” sequel earns four stars

Eleni Gotter, Photographer

October 6, 2010

"Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps" is a film directed by Oliver Stone that was released into theaters Sept. 24, 2010. This movie is the sequel of the movie "Wall Street" which was released into theaters in 1987. The film was rated...

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