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‘The Imitation Game’ Portrays Unknown Hero of WWII

Sean Steer, Staff Reporter January 24, 2015

Everyone knows World War II heroes like Patton and Churchill, but most people haven’t even heard of Alan Turing.  That should change with “The Imitation Game,” a historical drama about Turing,...

Pink Floyd Meanders Down an ‘Endless River’ of Greatness

Daniel Russell, Staff Reporter January 21, 2015

Twenty years seems like a long time, but time is not relevant to legends. Albums like "Dark Side of the Moon," "The Wall," and "Wish You Were Here" etched Pink Floyd's name in history. There is no...

‘Interstellar’ a Mesmerizing Adventure

Forde Womack, Editor in Chief January 6, 2015

From a man who loves science, I felt honored to see "Interstellar." I was shocked but extremely happy at seeing an animated wormhole, as well as a black hole.  This was by far the most satisfying...

‘Game of Thrones’ — an excellent, multidimensional read

Robert Davis, Staff Reporter January 5, 2015

In a world where summers are short and winters last a lifetime, there is darkness in the air. In the North on the great wall guarded by the Night’s Watch, there are strange occurrences and the resurfacing...

Scattered Focus Leaves ‘Shady XV’ Just Okay

Zane Brenzel, Staff Reporter December 19, 2014

Rapper Eminem released his ninth studio album in his 18-year career on Nov. 24. The album, called "Shady XV," is his second album in two years. After a long two-year separation from the rap game,...

Even Without the Games, ‘Mockingjay Part I’ Tells Decent Story

Bob Heady, Staff Reporter December 19, 2014

“Mockingjay Part 1” is the movie rendition of the third book in the “Hunger Games” trilogy, which revolves around a girl named Katniss trying to survive in her society. The story centers on the...

New incarnation of ‘Cosmos’ a must-see

Sam Schafer May 23, 2014

  “Look again at that dot. That's here. That's home. That's us. On it everyone you love, everyone you know, everyone you ever heard of, every human being who ever was, lived out their lives....

Forget SAGs, Globes and Oscars — it’s the Harris Top 15

Tyler Harris January 22, 2014

2013 was a rare year in which the concentration of flat-out grand cinematic gems was so high it’s truly impossible to narrow down a top 10 list that one could be completely content with. Therefore,...

‘Mud’ a strange trip definitely worth taking

Tyler Harris October 16, 2013

The brilliance of Jeff Nichols’ directorial filmography began back in 2007 with his low-budget indie, "Shotgun Stories." Where his first film tackled the subject of family dysfunction through rivalry,...

‘Breaking Bad’ breaks barriers as series closes

Tyler Harris September 30, 2013

I first began watching "Breaking Bad" on a cold winter night back in January 2008. I remember having seen ads for the first episode of the show, and it looked decent enough to check out, so I flipped the...

Ultra Pulverize’s ‘Robocop’ rescore a special experience

Tyler Harris September 13, 2013

Walking into Baxter Avenue Theater on a Friday night near midnight, you’re probably not going to find a whole lot of people, since most of the later showings are letting out by then. One walking by Baxter on Aug....

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