‘Lego Movie 2’ builds a reality for growing up

February 28, 2019

Jared Hameloth News Editor The Lego Movie’s smash hit in 2014 showed a fantastic world portrayed through the mind of a small boy. It’s an exciting adventure of different characters finding out that they’re all . . .

“Creed II” knocks it out of the park

December 10, 2018

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 . . .

Entertaining “Bohemian Rhapsody” just can’t escape reality

November 19, 2018

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”) . . .

Protecting or peeping? “Snowden” asks

September 30, 2016

Lexi Ganas Staff Writer In 2013, former CIA agent Edward Snowden was revealed to be the source of leaked government files. Director Oliver Stone’s newest film “Snowden” is based on events surrounding this indent. “Snowden” . . .

“Storks” delivers charming flick

September 30, 2016

Colin Vandenberg Staff Writer     So far, 2016 has been a very good year for animated films. There have been some stinkers for sure (“Norm of the North” and “The Wild Life”) but overall, . . .

Un-Blair-Able Witches

September 23, 2016

Blessed be September, cinematic home to the C average horror film. The doldrums of the local cineplex have settled in comfortably; studios lay in wait for the turning of the leaves and Halloween-themed, pumpkin-spice fever . . .

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