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Movie Review: Dredd

Movie Review: Dredd

Quinn Kelly, Shift Editor

October 3, 2012


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Any of my fellow men that have a girlfriend have most likely seen the “dreaded” Twilight films. While you may never be able to get back those two hours of your life, you can get payback on your significant other by taking them to go see the new action movie “Dredd 3D” “Dredd 3D” pictures...

Resdient Evil: Retribution

Brittany Hinkel, Editor/Cartoonist

September 25, 2012


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Imagine, if you could, a world completely engulfed in death and disease. Those still alive are far out-numbered by the dead. There is no safe place to eat, drink, or sleep. This compelling, post-apocalyptic scenario is depicted in the “Resident Evil” movies. The new film, “Resident Evil: Retribution”,...

Movie Review: The Possession

Movie Review: The Possession

Quinn Kelly, Reporter

September 7, 2012


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Recently I had lost my faith in today's so called “scary movies”. Either they had horrid graphics, bad actors, or just a terrible plot. “The Possession” has the best of all three. I usually turn my nose up at movies about possession by demons, but the sheer creepiness of the commercials had...

The Red Hot Summer of Movies

Britt Young, News Editor

April 18, 2012


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As May is fast upon us, this red hot season in 2012 will be known as the summer of movies.  Many have been waiting for the films to come out in theaters, and now the wait is nearly over. On May 4th, hoards of people will be waiting to get into the midnight showing of the latest installment from the...

The movie “Bully” hits close to home

Connie Ogle, Writer of McClatchy Newspapers

April 10, 2012


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For a film that understandably only scratches the surface of its topic, "Bully" carries a devastating emotional punch. A powerful examination of aggressive behavior in American schools, much of it unchecked by administrators, law enforcement, parents or any adult in authority. The movie focuses on a h...

Nick Wieman: the Man Behind the Music

Brittney Means, Opinion Editor

April 10, 2012


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What do you get when you mix the playing styles of Slash, Eddie Van Halen and Jerry Cantrell?  Well, you get something called a Nick; Nick Wieman to be exact. Nick has a knack for playing the guitar and has been playing for seven years.  It all started when he was in high school, he had always wanted...

Hunger Games Review

April 5, 2012


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Before actually reading the book and watching, I thought that everyone was over exaggerating this whole “Hunger Games” thing the same way they did with “The Twilight Saga” but it turns out that I was wrong. But one of the things that I was right in was right was that Hollywood would ruin the...

The Movies We See…

The Movies We See…

Nikita Rector, Ad Editor/Reporter

February 9, 2012


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A common question for people in the Norfolk area is: who controls what movies show in the theatre? Short answer: A guy in St. Cloud, Minnesota. Yes, Minnesota. Dwight Gunderson of St. Cloud, Minnesota is CEC Theatres’ head booker. This means that he goes around and buys the different pictur...

The Immortals: Action through and through

November 22, 2011


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From the producers of 300, Immortals rampaged into theaters November 11th.Immortals is starring Henry Cavill, Mickey Rourke, and John Hurt.  The director Tarsem Singh who is also known for the movies The Cell and Mirror, Mirror. Cavill (Theseus) plays a mortal man who is chosen by Zeus (Hurt) to fig...

Captain America: Bringing hope to the underdog

Britt Young, Ad Sales

November 5, 2011


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Captain America charged into movie theaters and now into our homes. Captain America, stars Chris Evans, Hayley Atwell, Tommy Lee Jones, and Hugo Weaving.  The action movie is directed by Joe Johnston. It is an adaptation of the popular comic book written by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby. The story start...

The Fighter: 4/5

Brooklyn Schlote, Arts and Entertainment Editor

April 5, 2011


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This movie, about the boxing legend “Irish” Mickey Ward played by Mark Wahlberg, is not one to be missed. Unpredictable and classic, this story delves into the life of Mickey’s ride to glory, marshaled by his half-brother Dicky, played by Christian Bale. Christian Bale’s role in this movie is...

Jennifer Beals is doing what she can to hold on to transformative role as top cop

March 24, 2011


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By Steve Johnson Chicago Tribune CHICAGO (MCT) — The place Jennifer Beals picked to meet is, like her countenance much of the time, serene, especially if one is able to focus on the scenery and set aside the scores of small children fluttering about on this weekday morning. As the talk progresses,...

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