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10 Best Star Wars Movies

Written by Dylan Deppe. Media by Hengyi Chi. The trailer for “Solo: A Star Wars Story” has finally dropped. Original directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller’s firing, gigantic reshoots, on-set rumors, a less-than-stellar premise, and almost non-existent marketing have a lot of people worried about the film. In the meantime, let’s remember what we love about Star Wars, by counting down the 10 best movies so far ...

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School of Rock Rocks St. Louis

Written by Regina Sanders. Media by Hengyi Chi. During the month of January, St. Louis bore witness to the rock 'n' roll spectacle that was "School of Rock." Based on the 2003 film starring Jack Black, the musical follows the main character, Dewey Finn. Finn, a rockstar at heart, gets kicked out of his band and then goes to live with his best friend, Ned Schneebly. When Schneebly and his girlfriend demand m ...

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The Bald Perspective Episode 2 Cinema with Sidequest

Written by Dylan Deppe. Produced by Matt Stoddard. In this episode of “The Bald Perspective,” Matt & Deppe are joined by SideQuest members Ben Casey & Jacob Kersh. This year probably won’t be as exciting as the last one, as far as movies go, but there’s definitely some interesting things being made to keep an eye on. Some of ones they were most interested in are “Super Troopers 2,” the untitled “Dea ...

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Drake’s New Single Breaks Records

Written by Matt Gemmer. Media by Hengyi Chi. With the release of his new singles “God’s Plan” and “Diplomatic Immunity” on Jan. 19, Drake keeps making history. Some might argue that the hip-hop artist’s best days have already passed — that the songs Drake stamped his pop-rap style onto from the beginning, such as “Best I Ever Had” or “Forever” in 2009 can never be topped. Still, many believe that his second ...

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Worthy of Your Time

Written by Regina Sanders. Media by Hengyi Chi. February is Black History Month. Carter G. Woodson, known as the “Father of Black History Month,” founded Negro History Week to encourage schools to educate students on Black History. Woodson chose February because it coincided with Frederick Douglass and Abraham Lincoln’s birthdays. Negro History Week evolved into the Black History Month we know today. In hon ...

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DC v Warner Bros: Challenge of the Super Friends

Written by Dylan Deppe. Media by Jason Wang. Warner Bros. Entertainment may have just had its second best year ever, but there’s trouble brewing over at the studio.  After the disappointing domestic box office returns of "Justice League," and the revelation of studio meddling for a third time over a DC Films movie, WB is facing some pretty taxing criticisms over its handling of the intellectual property. I ...

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The Walking Dead Mid-Season Finale

Written by Josh Robinson. Media by Jason Wang. https://youtu.be/5Ow-nxswazg The eighth season of "The Walking Dead" is halfway over. The war between the protagonist of the show, Rick, and the main antagonist, Negan, is still going on. Just like before, there’s still zombie killing and the fight for survival throughout the whole season. This season will contain 16 episodes. It is now on episode 8, which mean ...

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Finding the Force: A Recap of the Star Wars Saga

Written by Regina Sanders. Media by Jason Wang. https://youtu.be/j-zVTHFVVqw The latest chapter in the "Star Wars" saga is around the corner. Rian Johnson’s "The Last Jedi" will fly into theaters on December 15. To prepare, here’s a look through the beloved saga: "A New Hope" (1977): The first in the original trilogy given to us by creator and director George Lucas. "A New Hope," initially billed as just "S ...

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Romeo and Juliet: A Blast from the Past

Written by Tabitha Rice. Media by Kelsey Middleton. “Who’s there?" Wait… That’s the wrong play. “When shall we three meet again, in Thunder, in Lightning, or in Rain?” Ah, darn. Still not quite right. “Two households, both alike in dignity!” There it is! The famous, most recognizable love story—no not William and Kate, the other one—"Romeo and Juliet” is coming to the Factory Theater this semester. It will ...

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Ragnarok Takes Over Book and Film

Written by Regina Sanders. Media by Kayla Morton. Norse mythology has invaded media this fall! The latest installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is "Thor: Ragnarok." The movie sees the return of Chris Hemsworth as titular character Thor, Tom Hiddleston as popular anti-hero Loki, and Mark Ruffalo as the Incredible Hulk. The third movie was a departure from the serious tone of the first two movies and f ...

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