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Film Critic: Blue Valentine

February 7, 2014

By Nia Rutledge Alright, so Valentine’s Day is coming up. And this year, I’m going to get into the mood by watching a bunch of alternative, anti-love story movies. I’m started off by watching the film Blue Valentine (2010). The film was directed by Derek Cianfrance, who direct...

2013: A Year in Review

December 18, 2013

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Film Critic: The Counselor

November 18, 2013

Photo Credit IMDB By Nia Rutledge This week I watched The Counselor. The movie was directed by Ridley Scott and the screenplay was written by Cormac McCarthy. Cormac McCarthy originally wrote the novel version of The Counsel...

Film Critic: The Shining

November 11, 2013

Photo Credit IMDB By Nia Rutledge The Shining was originally a novel written by Stephen King. Stanley Kubrick directed this film adaptation of the novel. I have to say, Stanley Kubrick is proving to be my favorite director. Diane Joh...

Film Critic: Gravity

October 21, 2013

Photo By IMDB By Nia Rutledge The film Gravity was directed and partially written by Alfonso Cuaron and Jonas Cuaron. Alfonso Cuaron is most commonly known for his work on Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban. The whole movie featured only seven charac...

The Lawrencian: Game Nut

September 9, 2013

This was definitely a lot different from the places I normally go. I’m not really into video games. I occasionally play a computer game because my brother really likes them, but  my knowledge of Nintendos, PlayStations, and X...

Film Critic: Pulp Fiction

September 9, 2013

For my  “Classic Film of the Month” review I am going to be looking at the film Pulp Fiction directed by the world renowned Quentin Tarantino. Tarantino wrote the story alongside Roger Avary, and the cast consists of some of the most eminent actors in t...

Review: Serenity

By By Nathaniel Reynolds

April 26, 2013

Here’s another band from Europe, all because there are very few American bands that I actually somewhat enjoy listening to and they are somewhat boring to me, especially when compared to Van Canto. Anyways, Serenity is a symphonic/power...

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