Junior Taylor Bell’s faith in marriage, love and relationships has been nonexistent since her parents’ separation in 2009. She sees divorce and separation all the time — on TV, in movies and even in real life. However, a movie she recently saw gave her hope that maybe relationships can last, after all.
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Staffer and frequent flu-haver Zoe Brian lets you in on the best flicks to watch when home sick.
There’s a lot going on this fall, find out how you can fill the final days of summer.
Tired of living in Kansas? Take a vacation to Paris circa the 1920’s in Alan Rudolph’s artistic masterpiece “The Moderns.”
Going to the Hunger Games Movie Premiere and the reasons why they are a necessity in some teenagers lives, even with the late night a tired feeling the next day.
Murder, love and madness clash in Kate Winslet’s acting debut “Heavenly Creatures.” Directed by Peter Jackson and based on the true story two teenage girls turned murderers.
“I was conditioned to believe that every high school had impromptu food fights, a high concentration of letterman jackets and a dumb jock who only answers to ‘Buzz.’ Well, four food-fight-free years later, it’s hit me like a book of cliches to the face: tawdry teenage comedies got it wrong.”
Staffer Nick May discusses his love for film.
Staffer Alex Lamb sounds off on the many snubs in this year’s Academy Award nominations, as well as some unexpected surprises.
Alex Lamb discusses “Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows,” “Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol,” “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” and “The Adventures of Tintin.”
Alex Lamb discusses two of the year’s best movies, Hugo and The Descendants.
Although historically questionable, ‘Anonymous’ provides a thought-provoking period piece and a more accessible Shakespearean story.