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Review of “Hugo”

By guest reviewer: Andrew Walsh Machines have no extra parts. Every individual piece has a purpose, no matter how big or small. If the world itself is a grand machine of existence, what is your purpose? An interesting question posed … Continue reading

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“Love & Other Drugs” Review

After going through some recent reviews of mine, you’re all probably wondering if I can not like a film, right? Well, as much as I wanted and purposely strained myself to try to like this film…I hated it. So much … Continue reading

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Twilight: Eclipse Review

I saw “Eclipse” on opening day. Pause for judgement. I know this series is supposed to be for teeny-boppers and their mom’s who drool over Edward (or Jacob), but like Harry Potter, the series gets more mature with each book. … Continue reading

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Boo! Ahhh

I watched “Sorority Row” and “The Stepfather” tonight with a friend, and I’m sad I didn’t watch these two in theaters. I vaguely remember seeing the “Sorority Row” trailer and thinking, “finally, a movie where sorority girls die,” but also … Continue reading

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“Shutter Island” Movie Review

“Would you rather live as a monster or die as a good man?” This is the phrase that has me stumped even now as I sit in my apartment after watching one of the only films that left me still … Continue reading

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“The Lovely Bones” review (SPOILERS)

I was already creeped out by old men who stare alot, but after watching “The Lovely Bones” directed by Peter Jackson out of Dream Works, I will never be the same. Think about it, Boo Radley to the extreme. Cue … Continue reading

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“Up in the Air” Proves Worthy of Hype

By Matt Butler Guest Reviewer   I happened upon a curious statistic the other day in an article in the “New York Times” The article, which mostly discussed how some colleges are getting rid of their not-so-marketable liberal arts degrees, brought … Continue reading

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