Halo Reach Review

Camreon Poe

September 24, 2010

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“Halo: Reach” is publisher Bungie's final Halo game, and it represents the product of a decade of development by Bungie on the series. As a package, it comes with more gameplay options than any other game in the franchise...

MOVIE REVIEW: Alice’s Wonderland

Joshan Smith, Sophomore

March 11, 2010

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MOVIE REVIEW: Alice in Wonderland

Valentines’ Day Revisited

Rachel Middleton, Junior

February 23, 2010

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Have you ever wondered how many A-list celebrities you can fit into one movie? This February’s box office sensation Valentines' Day proves that many of us, myself included, were vastly underestimating Hollywood. The sheer numb...

Movie Review: The Lovely Bones

By: Joshan Smith, Sophomore

January 22, 2010

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HAVE you ever thought about what it would feel like to die? The Lovely Bones depicts Susie Salmon, a young, fourteen-year-old girl, who is murdered by a so-called friendly neighbor. Susie’s spirit leaves her body and inst...

Movie Review: The Blind Side

By Eric Stevenson, Junior

December 9, 2009

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THE END is good,  the beginning is good,  even the middle is good.  The Blind Side is a complete movie.  The movie begins with the famous clip of Lawrence Taylor’s career-ending tackle of Joe Theismann and provide a good...

A Christmas Carol: Classic Tale Comes Alive

By Harrison Payne, Freshman

November 24, 2009

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THE old fairy tale by Charles Dickens came to the big screen November 6 with much anticipation. The story is about Scrooge and his journey through his past, present, and future to a change of heart. Jim Carey plays Scrooge and...

Movie Review- GI Joe: Rise of Cobra

By Eric Stevenson, Sophomore

November 18, 2009

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GI Joe is definitely filled with action, but, unfortunately, most of it is completely unrealistic and animated in nature.  The dialogue is predictable and the plot utterly convoluted. Director Stephen Sommers (Mummy 1&2, V...

Movie Review: This Is It

By Adrian Stubbs, Sophomore

November 12, 2009

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This Is It, the behind-the-scenes story of Michael Jackson’s life off-stage shows insight into the normal guy hidden away inside the pop legend. In some ways, maybe directing his own choreographers and pianist and having ca...

Movie Review: 9 Gets a 3

By Eric Stevenson, Junior

October 8, 2009

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EVEN though the entire movie seems as if it were in fast-forward mode, Shane Acker's 9 still persuades audience members to sympathize with the pint-sized rag dolls. After a while, the viewers almost forget that the dolls are not hu...

Movie Review: Times Like These

Rachel Middleton, Junior

September 8, 2009

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“TIMES like these, dark times, they do funny things to people. They can tear them apart.” In the recent box office sensation Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, as this quote from character Arthur Weasley clearly demonstr...

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