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Movies

“Shoulder the Lion” Displays Impressive Artistry Despite Disability

“Shoulder the Lion” Displays Impressive Artistry Despite Disability

“Shoulder the Lion” follows the life of three different artists with disabilities, and how they succeed despite them.

 

Adaptation Disconnection

Adaptation Disconnection

“Divergent” sequel diverges from written series, but offers potential for more satisfying series ending

 

The Real Flicks on Netflix

The Real Flicks on Netflix

Editor Susannah Mitchell talks about four documentaries on Netflix that are actually worth wasting your time on.

 

An American Hit

An American Hit

Oscar-nominated movie “American Sniper” proves to be a success despite controversy surrounding its depiction of the most lethal sniper in the history of the American military.

 

Hit or Miss

Hit or Miss

What you can expect from “Mockingjay,” the latest movie adaptation of the popular “Hunger Games” series

 

Interstellar Goes Above and Beyond

Interstellar Goes Above and Beyond

The new movie “Interstellar” exceeds expectations through its riveting plot and emotional connection with the characters.

 

Admit One: Local Theaters

Admit One: Local Theaters

Three lesser-known local movie theaters provide unique atmospheres and films for moviegoers.

 

“Fury” Delivers Pitt’s Best Performance

“Fury” Delivers Pitt’s Best Performance

Although it is packed with gory violence, “Fury” delivers an emotional, enjoyable ride through tank warfare in World War II, with Brad Pitt shining as the star of the film.

 

“The Judge” Falls Short of Hype

“The Judge” Falls Short of Hype

Although “The Judge” is packed with powerhouse actors, the film’s lackluster writing and directing fails to do the sentimental story justice.

 

Halloween Without the Horror

Halloween Without the Horror

Staffer Katharine Swindells recommends her favorite not-so-scary halloween movies.

 

New Take, Old Topic

New Take, Old Topic

“The Maze Runner” proves to be a refreshing take on the typical dystopian movie.

 

“Mortified Nation” Strikes a Chord

“Mortified Nation” Strikes a Chord

The documentary “Mortified Nation” on Netflix is not only hilarious, but manages to connect with teenage viewers on a personal level.