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Review: ‘The Incredible Burt Wonderstone’ is Not So Incredible

Tuesday, March 19-

The word incredible in “The Incredible Burt Wonderstone” should be substituted with the word indelible. That is because I will never forget how awful of an experience this movie was.

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Review: The Hype Behind ‘Duck Dynasty’

Friday, March 15-

“Duck Dynasty” set a record on Feb. 27 during the third season premiere. This show set an all-time viewing record for A&E with almost 5 million views. This show is becoming a new sensation, but there are … Read the rest

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‘The Bachelor’ Finale Recap: The Final Rose Goes to…

Tuesday, March 12 –

Last night, the world stood still, and millions of women across the nation waited in gut-wrenching anticipation for Sean Lowe to select the woman with whom he would spend eternity.

In one corner, there was Catherine. … Read the rest

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On-Campus Movie Review: ‘Skyfall’

Monday, March 11-

Oscar-winning film “Skyfall,” the newest Bond movie, was shown at Jesse Wrench Auditorium this weekend.

This film includes all of the classic elements of a Bond movie such as the high-speed chases, the women, the villains, and … Read the rest

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Will ‘Community’ Make it to Season 5?

Sunday, March 10-

NBC’s sleeper hit show, “Community,” created by Dan Harmon, first aired in Sept. 2009. With a very successful first season, it was renewed for a second, a third, and a fourth. The question for fans of the … Read the rest

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True/False Review: ‘I Am Breathing’

Thursday, March, 7-

“I Am Breathing” is a breathtaking movie that tells a story of death but is actually about living.

The opening scene is of a woman opening the curtains of a window. The background sound is from deep … Read the rest

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‘Smash’: Musical Television Show Struggles to Stay Center Stage

Wednesday, March 6-

Few television shows get a second chance with their network after low viewership. With the order of a second season, “Smash” has been given a shot at redemption.

While the show received great reviews for its series … Read the rest

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True/False Review: ‘No’

Monday, March 4-

Set in 1988 Chile, the Oscar-nominated film “No” is a fiction film that tells the story of an era of fear and peril for many who lived under former Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet Ugarte’s terrifying regime.

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Review: ’21 and Over’ Adds Some Depth to Slapstick

Monday, March 4-

From the moment of this movie’s conception, the comparisons to “The Hangover” were inevitable. All the comparisons aside, “21 and Over” did a grand job of delivering a smart, quick paced storyline with consistent material and great … Read the rest

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True/False Review: ‘David Holzman’s Diary’

Sunday, March 3-

Appearing to be a documentary-style recorded account of the main character’s life, “David Holzman’s Diary” (1967) urges the audience to contemplate cinema’s role as a fabricator and as a truthful reflector. Directed by Jim McBride, the film … Read the rest

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