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Avengers: Infinity War review

Avengers: Infinity War review

Peyton Gaskill, Staff Writers

May 15, 2018

The build up to the release of “Avengers: Infinity War” cannot be understated. Ten years of Marvel movie releases all adding onto the ever-expanding Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) has created a complex world of characters and events. The first Avengers film, featuring six different heroes coming toge...

The Shape of Water review

The Shape of Water review

Peyton Gaskill, Staff Writer

May 14, 2018

The 2018 race for the Academy Awards most prestigious prize, Best Picture, was rife with stiff competition. With several directors making outstanding debuts with films such as “Lady Bird” and “Get Out,” as well as several enthralling historical epics like “Dunkirk” and “Darkest Hour,”...

Love, Simon review

Love, Simon review

Carly Anderson, Conceptual Editor-in-Chief Intern

April 16, 2018

  Since its release March 14, “Love, Simon” has earned over $43 million in worldwide box office sales, more than double its $17 million budget. As one of 20th Century Fox’s first gay coming-of-age films, “Love, Simon” was a calculated risk that definitely paid off. With its relatable characters, dive...

Black Panther scores big for Marvel

Peyton Gaskill, Staff Writer

February 27, 2018

Leading up to the release of “Black Panther,” there was almost an insurmountable level of hype among superhero fans and casual moviegoers alike. Between the popular characters, its place in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) and nearly all-black cast, it seemed the internet was going to burst at the se...

Murder on the Orient Express Review

Murder on the Orient Express Review

Peyton Gaskill, Staff Writer

November 28, 2017

The ‘world’s greatest detective,’ Hercule Poirot, finds himself trapped onboard a luxury train when an avalanche strikes during his breathtaking trip through the mountains. Things take a turn for the worse when a passenger turns up dead, and now everyone's a suspect. Murder on the Orient Express lo...

Oscar nomination roars with triumph

Oscar nomination roars with triumph

Kristin Priest, Staff Writer

February 24, 2017

Though the movie Lion only earned over $30 million, it demonstrates an indescribable level of joy woven into a story of pain and sorrow that is not shown in a typical commercial movie. Directors Emile Sherman, Iain Canning and Angie Fielder make sure that everyone’s heart will be touched by this movie, especially because o...

Doctor Strange movie review

Doctor Strange movie review

Grant Aden, Sports Editor

November 29, 2016

Beginning back in 2008 with Iron Man, Marvel Studios have produced 13 films including Captain America, Thor, Guardians of the Galaxy and The Avengers. Now, the newest entry into the cinematic universe is Doctor Strange. Benedict Cumberbatch, well known from the TV series Sherlock, stars as Stephan S...

Captain America: Civil War review

Captain America: Civil War review

Grant Aden, Sports Editor

May 17, 2016

Over the past eight years, the Marvel studios, a Disney-own corporation, has provided entertaining comic book movies such as the Iron Man, The Avengers and Guardians of the Galaxy. However, the most recent addition to the Marvel cinematic universe could possibly be its best yet. Captain America: Civi...

10 Cloverfield Lane review

10 Cloverfield Lane review

Grant Aden, Staff Writer

March 28, 2016

The free eternal fear that exists within everyone, the fear of the apocalypse, the fear of losing everyone you love—these things are extremely difficult for movies to capture effectively.

Deadpool review

Deadpool review

Grant Aden, Staff Writer

February 25, 2016

It seems the world is becoming overwhelmed with superhero movies with seven comic book movies set to be released in 2016. Whether it is “Batman v. Superman,” “Captain America Civil War,” “X-Men: Apocalypse,” “Suicide Squad,” “Gambit” or “Doctor Strange” all of these films will have a hard time living up to the bar set by the first comic book movie of the year: “Deadpool.”

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