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‘The Invisible Man’ is a stellar update on a classic character

Movie review: “The Invisible Man” is a swing-and-a-hit for the studio and its partner, Blumhouse. 

‘Dolittle’ lacks coherence, does too much

Compared to previous adaptations, this film is the worst attempt at revamping a past production. Read Meghan Fuller's review of "Dolittle."

“IT Chapter Two” provides mixed experience

Andy Muschietti’s “IT Chapter Two” is a strange mixture of jumpscares, comedy, highly disturbing imagery and interesting character development. Taking place 27 years after the first movie, the story follows the now-adult members of the Loser’s Club as they are called back to Derry with a mission to kill the demon known as “IT” once and for all.

Football films break barriers between all Americans

Football movies show a human side of football and allow their audiences to connect with the sport in ways that they might not have before.

Disney+ is not worth a change in streaming

Streaming services like Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime have allowed people to begin to stray away from purchasing cable TV plans from DirecTV, Comcast/Xfinity...

Lego Movie sequel is still awesome

The plot of “The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part” might look predictable just from the movie poster, but plenty of surprises pop up...

‘Black Panther’ nominated for best picture

‘Black Panther’ became the first superhero film to be nominated for Best Picture during the Academy Award announcements Tuesday. The film will go up against...

‘The Walking Dead’ star leaves the show

Last week’s episode of “The Walking Dead” was a pivotal moment for the series as it marked the final appearance of actor Andrew Lincoln...
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President announces modifications to Fall Semester

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Media students try to stay positive about post-grad future

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