Tag: movie

Hogwarts Will Always Be There to Welcome You Home

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Written by: Emily Humpherys. Media by: Charley Phillips. There always seemed to be something very familiar about the tree directly in front of Synder Hall, just...

González Movie Review

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Article and Media by: Charley Phillips. Gonzalez is one of the five movies I saw while attending the Chicago Film Festival in October. After seeing all...

Gone Girl

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Written by Andrea Martin. Media by Charley Phillips. Gone Girl Coming to Theaters Oct. 3 Based off the book of the same name, written by Gillian...

Powertalk! 600 seconds of it!

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Hello! Welcome to our first installation of Powertalk! ...600 seconds of it... Yes we know this episode is a bit longer that 600 seconds......

Kill La Kill Anime Review

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Before watching Kill la Kill I would have defined the words legendary and epic very differently, but Kill la Kill made such an impression on me that from here on out I will forever be reminded of Kill la Kill when an individual utters those words. From the fantastic animation, complimentary soundtrack, all the way to fantastical scenarios and enduring charm, Kill la Kill is an absolutely phenomenal piece of art from beginning to end.

Down Nostalgia Way

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As college students, most of us appreciate movies. We are also at an age where we like to reminisce about what we sued to love in the past. In recent years, these two things have come together. Disney Pixar studios have started brining back movie franchises that have say dormant for a few years with some pretty significant success.

Get Out of Town: The Cheap Date

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Dinner and a movie. The perfect date. Sadly, we all know that going out on a college budget can be a difficult task. Especially with the cost of a movie ticket averaging over $8 per ticket. Add that to a $25 plus meal. The night is getting pretty expensive pretty fast.

The Lego Movie Review

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“Everything is Awesome.” These are the words that will come out of the mouth of about everybody who has seen The LEGO Movie when asked about it. I am here to inform you that that statement is inaccurate. It is NOT awesome. It is NOT a lot of things. For example, it is NOT just for children and it was NOT made for children. It is NOT a generic story with Legos thrown in. It is NOT boring. It is NOT dumb.

You Don’t Need a Movie (and here’s why)

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Recently, in my Digital Media Seminar class, Professor Deloy Cole showed us an animated version of a Calvin and Hobbes comic strip. (You can view that here.) I just want to be clear, as I write this blog, that this sort of movie is not what I'm talking about. Little projects for school or for fun are totally fine. I don't think that even Bill Watterson would have too much of a problem with that. I'm talking more about something like this:

A Requiem for Paul Walker

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Paul Walker may not have been an A-list actor or even someone at the top of most “favorite actors” lists. However, he put most of his career into a franchise that he helped build and bring to the top. His death was shocking to everyone, even the ones who didn’t pay his movies much attention.