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Movie Review: ‘The Woman in Black’ takes old horror back

Christina Collins Burton Editor in Chief Following the final Harry Potter movie and a Broadway show, Daniel Radcliffe reappears on the big screen as Arthur Kipps in “The Woman in Black.” Advertised as a horror flick that needed to be watched in a group, the film did very little to meet the standards set by modern horror films but worked well with its PG-13 rating. The film had the same feel as... 

Movie Review: ‘Breaking Dawn’ is lackluster

Lauren Creiman News Editor Diehard “Twilight” fans across the world rejoiced at the recent release of the latest movie installment, “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part One.” Contrary to popular belief among Twihards, the movie does not sparkle nearly as bright as the Cullens’ skin. Although the movie does have some promising moments, the work overall is decent at best. The early part... 

Movie Review: ‘Fast Five’ revamps vehicular mayhem

Michael Phillips Copy Editor Waiting for the movie theater lights to dim I could not figure out if “Fast Five” was merely a cash cow marketing scheme to squeeze more life out of a franchise or if it was an actual attempt to revitalize and continue a story for the sake of the bigger picture. The change of the movie’s title from something without the word furious in it to “Fast Five” made me... 

Movie Review: ‘Scream 4’ takes a stab at a reboot

Michael Phillips Copy Editor A decade later the fourth installment of “Scream” proves that Wes Craven is still truly a master of the horror genre with the continuation of the Scream franchise. The film opens up in a different fashion than the previous films showing an adjustment to the current times. By poking fun at the skew of recent horror movies and the film industries obsession with lackluster... 

Movie Review: ‘Sucker Punch’ deals a weak blow

Michael Phillips Copy Editor On March 25, director Zack Snyder’s most recent project “Sucker Punch” arrived in theaters. Snyder is known for his remake of “Dawn of The Dead,” “300” and “Watchmen.” Stylistically “Sucker Punch” can be compared to “300” and “Watchmen,” for the use of slow motion, the grainy yet visually captivating worlds and a visual emphasis on individual... 

Documentary follows Banksy and graffiti artists

Jennahway Huerta Staff Writer Legendary graffiti artist Banksy has captured a secretive and humorous inside look about the underground world of street art and its artists. Banksy’s film, “Exit Through the Gift Shop,” allows the viewer to gain different perspectives on the creative works of the street artists. The film follows an eccentric filmmaker in Los Angeles named Thierry Guetta. Guetta... 

Movie Review: ‘Gnomeo’ reanimates a classic

Michael Phillips Copy Editor With movie theaters lacking a slew of romantic comedies this Valentine’s Day season, Touchstone’s “Gnomeo and Juliet” is the best bet. The film is a modern take on the Shakespeare classic. The film opens with a garden gnome saying that this is the story of Romeo and Juliet, the tragedy that has been told countless times, though the gnome promises that this version... 

Movie Review: Disney let’s its hair down with ‘Tangled’

Carly Hill Arts Editor When I became a teenager, I took my mind off of princess movies. Once I could finally see PG-13 movies, Cinderella and Snow White were child’s play for me, and when I could see R-rated movies, it was all downhill from there. But there is one movie that can make teenagers rush to the movies quicker than a brand new Harry Potter picture: “Tangled.” The new film from the Disney... 

Movie Review: ‘Deathly Hallows’ delivers

Kristen Campbell Editor in Chief On Nov. 19, the beginning of the end of many audience members’ childhood was released in film. “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1,” the final chapter of author J.K. Rowling’s wizarding empire, brought in more than $330 million in its first weekend. The night before I attended I read half of the book, ending where I felt the movie should end... 

Movie Review: ‘Saw 3D’ delivers gore but not much else

Michael Phillips LV Life Editor On Oct. 29 the creators of the” Saw” franchise unveiled the gory and final installment of their seven film series, “Saw 3D.” The “Saw” films are most associated with their intricate traps, which often force those unlucky enough to be in them to complete horrendous and sometimes impossible tasks, such as crawling through an obstacle course made of barbed... 
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