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“Captain Marvel” Has Nothing to Prove to Its Male Audience

“Captain Marvel” Has Nothing to Prove to Its Male Audience

Kaitlyn Cashdollar, Editor-in-Chief

March 21, 2019

[DISCAIMER: This article contains spoilers for Captain Marvel.] With the release of the first trailer for Captain Marvel in September, there was an outburst from some fans critiquing Brie Larson's performance (in the two-minute video). Many complained about they thought she showed little to no emot...

“Roma” Wins Big This Award Season

“Roma” Wins Big This Award Season

Oda Tiller-Brattebø, Senior Reporter

January 17, 2019

[This article contains spoilers for the movie Roma] Roma– a Netflix original from the renowned director, writer, producer, and cinematographer Alfonso Cuarón– is this award season's biggest winner. It has taken home two Golden Globes in the categories of Best Director and Best Foreign-Language ...

Review: Unique and Thrilling New Movie “Searching”

Review: Unique and Thrilling New Movie “Searching”

Eliana Uecker, Student Life Editor

September 20, 2018

The movie Searching, directed by Aneesh Chaganty and produced by Timur Bekmambetov, is a unique and thrilling movie that follows a desperate father's efforts to find his missing 16 year old daughter and uncover the events that lead to her odd and unusual disappearance. The award winning film takes the audienc...

Review: Coco Beautifully Captures Mexican Tradition and Culture

Review: Coco Beautifully Captures Mexican Tradition and Culture

Mackenna Yount, Junior Reporter

April 5, 2018

The Disney Pixar movie, "Coco", hit theaters in November of 2017, and it was an instant hit. Directed by longtime Pixar director, Lee Unkrich, movie lovers of all types will instantly adore this movie. At the 90th Academy Awards, Coco was nominated for and won Best Animated Feature Film and ...

Review: The Revolution of “Black Panther” is Live

Review: The Revolution of “Black Panther” is Live

Kaitlyn Cashdollar, Editor-in-Chief

March 16, 2018

SPOILERS!: The cultural impact that Black Panther has made in the months leading up to its release is nothing short of extraordinary. With its all black cast and the biggest budget ever given to an African American director, it was breaking records from the start. Especially with the prejudice and repr...

Review: Beauty and the Beast

Review: Beauty and the Beast

Ariana Silvi, Reporter

May 4, 2017

The new movie "Beauty and The Beast" is definitely one to see. Usually, princess movies by Disney express the idea that girls need the help of a man. This new Disney movie, however, is not like the rest. Belle is played by Emma Watson and the Beast is played by Dan Stevens. Belle is an i...

Doctor Strange: A Magical Movie?

Doctor Strange: A Magical Movie?

Sabrina Randolph, Reporter

November 16, 2016

Comic book and video game fans will appreciate this new movie, "Doctor Strange," inspired from the classic Marvel comic books. Doctor Steven Strange, the man played by award-winning Benedict Cumberbatch, is a madly creative neurosurgeon looking for challenge. That is, until he gets into a devastating...

Review: “Bridge of Spies” is More than Meets the Eye

Review: “Bridge of Spies” is More than Meets the Eye

Kaitlyn Cashdollar, Reporter

March 1, 2016

"Bridge of Spies," is a true story about an defense attorney who is hired by the government to defend a Soviet spy in 1957. As the movie progresses, an American spy is also captured by the Soviet Union, and the attorney is hired to handle the exchange between the two. Things get complicated when yet...

Review: The Hobbit: Proof That New is Not Always Better

Review: The Hobbit: Proof That New is Not Always Better

Harrison Sokol, Correspondent

December 1, 2015

The final installment in The Hobbit movie trilogy is already nearly a year old, and is finally starting to fade from the public's memory. Thus, it is an excellent opportunity to return to the source material and see how it stacks up against the film adaptation. From the start, The Hobbit esta...

The DUFF Movie Review

Bailey Visscher-Nickerson, Reporter

September 8, 2015

The DUFF isn't just your stereotypical high school movie. No, it is so much more than that. Mae Whitman stars as Bianca Piper in this hilariously adorable film about a girl who's life gets completely turned around when she is labeled the Designated Ugly Fat Friend, or DUFF. Her mission from then on...

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