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There and Back Again: Mixed Feelings on the New Hobbit Movie

There and Back Again: Mixed Feelings on the New Hobbit Movie

Simon Stracher, Sports Editor

October 26, 2012


Filed under Arts, National art blog

Bilbo Baggins played a small role in “The Lord of the Rings” trilogy, setting the story in motion by giving the One Ring to his cousin, Frodo Baggins. Bilbo, however, will soon get his chance to shine: “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” debuts on December 14, 2012. The film – which, like the b...

“House at the End of the Street”: Don’t Come and Visit

“House at the End of the Street”: Don’t Come and Visit

Nicole DeBlasi, Staff Writer

October 6, 2012


Filed under Arts, National art blog

After watching the trailer for “House at the End of the Street” I was a bit confused as to what the movie was about, but I was nonetheless excited to go out with a couple of friends and get a good scare. However, this didn’t happen. Despite being directed by Mark Tonderai-director of the...

Shot By Shot: A Senior’s Movie Experience

Sammy Warshaw, Staff Writer

June 19, 2012


Filed under Arts, National art blog

For my whole life leading up to it, I was convinced that high school was like “Mean Girls.” On my first day of freshman year, I would be thrown into lockers, entranced by the looks of a beautiful blonde senior girl whose favorite movie is “Varsity Blues.” The truth is, I wanted to believe that movie...

“Mirror Mirror”: A Review

Kelsey Landauer, Sports Editor

April 3, 2012


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After her disappointing performance in Eat, Pray, Love as a middle-aged divorcée, I was not very hopeful that Julia Roberts would be able to pull of the character of an evil queen in the new film Mirror Mirror. My sentiments were immediately confirmed as soon as her terrible attempt at an English acc...

Certain Films Call for Desperate Measures

Mark Schwabacher, Web Opinions Editor

March 21, 2012


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It's 12:00 a.m. A huge throng of people mass around a dark movie theatre.  Many of them are wearing costumes of some kind or another, and some have been there for hours.  They are tired and hungry, but an energy of anticipation bristles in the air. This is a typical scene outside of a movie theatre...

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