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Skyfall Review

Written by Tyler Lamb. Skyfall is the most recent installment in the long running 007 franchise, but the third in actor Daniel Craig's run as James Bond. It comes from Academy Award-winning director Sam Mendes (American Beauty, Road to Perdition) and stars Academy Award winners Judi Dench (Shakespeare in Love, Casino Royale), Javier Bardem (No Country for Old Men, Biutiful), and Oscar-nominated Ralph Fienne ...

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50 years of Bond

Written by Tyler Lamb. This year marks the 50th year anniversary of one of the most well known film franchises of all time, the 007 series. James Bond has been a household name for the majority of this 50 year span and has been seen in many different films. There are about 23 *official* 007 movies, and of these 23 I myself have seen 19. Not only has this franchise had an impact on movies as a whole, but on ...

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Amanda Shepherd Senior Show: Constrained Fluidity

Written by Amanda Shepherd. My work centers around the paradoxical.  It merges historical with the contemporary.  Beauty with abject.  Macro with micro.  Fluidity with constraint. abstract expressionism noun, ( sometimes initial capital letters ) a movement in experimental, nonrepresentational painting originating in the U.S. in the 1940s, with sources in earlier movements, and embracing many individual sty ...

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Breaking Dawn 2 Review

Written by Tyler Lamb. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 is the final chapter in the Twilight movie saga, and the second part of the final book. It was directed by Bill Condon, who also directed the first part of Breaking Dawn, and stars the same cast as last time around. If you aren’t savvy to the story of Twilight by now, the specific plot of this movie might be hard to understand. Basically, the Vo ...

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Why Aren’t You Watching This? Community

Written by Tyler Lamb. Out of all the comedies that have been airing over the past few years, there is only one that has constantly been not only critically acclaimed, but fans seem unable to get enough of. I am talking, of course, about the NBC show Community. It is hard to come across a show today with such a great combination of writing and acting, leaving this to be one of the best since Arrested Develo ...

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Tree of Life Review

Written by Michael Trieb. As a Christian, it's easy to become frustrated by movies that are geared toward the Christian market. What is their purpose? Are they designed to be purely evangelistic, therefore throwing vital factors like quality and depth out the window? We all know the movies of which I speak; Facing the Giants, Fireproof, and Courageous are a few that immediately come to mind. The big questio ...

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NBC: Good and Bad Decisions

Written by Tyler Lamb. Lately, the NBC broadcasting network has been amazing me. It has neither been doing so by its good decisions or its bad decisions, but by the ability of the network to make a slew of both. In the recent years, there has just been one thing after another; one day you might praise NBC for doing something great, but curse them the next for doing something incredibly stupid. This seems to ...

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Retro Review: Paper Mario

Written by Tyler Lamb. Growing up, I, like many other children of my generation, played a lot of video games. Unlike those many children, I didn’t own a Nintendo Entertainment System, but I had a Sega Genesis, and loved it. I didn’t get exposed to the wonderful world of Nintendo until the Nintendo 64 was released. What followed was a point in my life where I played video games the most. Even now, I tend to ...

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A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Written by Erica Siddle A Midsummer Night’s Dream is by far my favorite Shakespearean comedy.    While I have seen the production in its various forms in several theater classes, I had never seen a live performance.  Needless to say, I was intrigued from the start when the Greenville Factory Theater chose this as their fall production. Upon entering the theater, I was greeted with green, green, and of cours ...

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The Casual Vacancy

By Hoss Dossett With a narrative style reminiscent of The Known World by Edward P. Jones, a breakout novel has been circulating and causing dissension among critics and fans alike. Questions concerning the pace of the novel, the authenticity of the language, and the lack of tween magic are springboards for heated discussions. Yes, J.K. Rowling’s new book, The Casual Vacancy, which was published on the 27th ...

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