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‘Música’ serves as sweet rom-com

Abby Bartleson April 10, 2024

As his debut film, Rudy Mancuso delves into a loose, autobiographical storyline about a soon to be college graduate who has synesthesia as he navigates his life, balancing his passions, family and relationships. Immediately...

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‘Argylle,’ block-bummer

Jeremy Eichten, Staffer February 13, 2024

“Argylle” is a newly released movie directed by Matthew Vaughn, which is based on a book written by unidentified authors who wrote the book under the name Elly Conway. This movie is star-studded, featuring...

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Is ‘Lisa Frankenstein’ a Franken-hit?

Rackam Walberg, Staffer February 12, 2024

On Feb. 9, Universal Pictures released its new horror comedy “Lisa Frankenstein” starring Katherine Newton and Cole Sprouse. Directed by Zelda Williams and written by Diablo Cody, the film is coming...

TV mini-series survives sky-high

TV mini-series survives sky-high

Leo Justesen, Staffer February 8, 2024

On Jan. 26, Apple TV+’s new mini-series “Masters of the Air” was released. The TV mini-series demonstrates the perfect way to create a film adaptation of a book. What at first glance may seem like...

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‘Night Swim’ is not worth the watch

Roberto Alvarez January 9, 2024

“Night Swim” came out to theaters Jan. 5. This horror movie was a very anticipated new watch for the start of this year. “Night Swim” tells us the story of a family who moves into a new house that...

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Anticipation arises to the occasion

Roberto Alvarez November 27, 2023

“Napoleon'' centered around the life of one of Europe's most prolific figures of all time Napoleon Bonaparte. This movie shows us how he arose to power, conquered Europe, and had a very disruptive personal...

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‘The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes’ hits the theaters

Rylie Unangst November 25, 2023

The fourth book and the prequel to the “Hunger Games” trilogy has just been adapted into a film. With the release on Nov. 17, many have flooded theaters to see the book come to life.  The movie...

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‘The Marvels’ doesn’t live up to expectations

Paxon Myers November 23, 2023

The newest addition to the Marvel cinematic universe, “The Marvels,” was heavily anticipated by many fans and was finally released on Nov. 10. “The Marvels” is full of suspense, action and surprise....

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Ranking of the ‘Fast and Furious’ movies

Leo Justesen November 22, 2023

Thanksgiving break is here and students have a good amount of time to sit and relax with family or by themselves. Why not relax to a movie franchise that is also known for family? The Fast & Furious...

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‘The Royal Hotel’ perturbs theaters with nerve-wracking depravity

Nicholas Garrett October 12, 2023

“The Royal Hotel” released in theaters Oct. 6, a relatively indie debut that had only drawn a couple drowsy moviegoers. I hadn’t even watched promotional material for the movie, and I assumed it...

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‘Spy Kids’ isn’t a spy hit

Layla Mickelson September 29, 2023

12 years after the release of “Spy Kids: All the Time in the World,” it was announced that “Spy Kids: Armageddon” was coming out Sept. 22 on Netflix. This excited fans, as many of us have fond...

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‘Beau Is Afraid’ leaves viewers disturbed

John Hunter May 10, 2023

After the success of the hit horror films “Hereditary” and “Midsommar,” director Ari Aster has returned with a new story to tell. “Beau Is Afraid” is a horror-comedy lasting just under three...

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