“Creed II” knocks it out of the park

December 10, 2018 0

John Lutz Staff Writer Ryan Coogler brought the attention and spotlight back onto Rocky Balboa in 2015 with his film Creed. I found that movie to be a thrilling and emotional sports drama about legacy

Topi The Corgi wags his way to glory

December 10, 2018 0

Alex Bershtein Staff Writer A common pastime for users of YouTube is that of videos of animals. Plenty are a dime a dozen, going over the same antics of relying pure cuteness. Rarely, does a

“Wreck-It Ralph 2” clicks with audience’s

December 10, 2018 0

John Lutz Staff Writer It’s been six years since the first Wreck-It Ralph hit theaters in November 2012, but we finally now have the long-awaited sequel. In my opinion, the original film is one of

“42nd Street” is a toe-tapping triumphant hit

December 5, 2018 0

Josh Rittberg Arts and Culture Editor “42nd Street”  at The Fulton Theatre is a musical theatre spectacle of the grandest proportions. This may seem like high praise for such a well-known show, but this particular production

Zeke Zelker Brings “Billboard” to the Big Screen

November 25, 2018 0

Josh Rittberg Arts and Culture Editor Zeke Zelker’s excitingly innovative new film, Billboard, hits the famed art house theatre, Zoetropolis, on the night of November 27th. The film viewers will witness that night is many years

Millersville Choir Passes The Mic

November 19, 2018 0

Josh Rittberg Arts and Culture Editor Millersville Junior, Angel G. Martinez is a Theatre major here at the university, who isn’t trans himself, but is a strong ally of the community. After noticing over his

Entertaining “Bohemian Rhapsody” just can’t escape reality

November 19, 2018 0

Colin Vandenberg  Arts & Culture Copy Editor               In 2016—following five years of false starts and behind-the-scenes troubles—the producers of the then newly titled Freddie Mercury biopic “Bohemian Rhapsody” hired Brian Singer (-Men,” “The Usual Suspects”)

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