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MOVIE REVIEW: SICARIO

MOVIE REVIEW: SICARIO

  MICHAEL HOGE Staff Reporter | mph027@ latech.edu   The most some Americans may experience of the drug war along the U.S.-Mexican border near El Paso, Texas, are two Border…

MOVIE REVIEW – Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials

MOVIE REVIEW – Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials

Princess Warren Staff Reporter | pcw005@latech.edu Rating: four out of five stars Most people hate when the sequel does not hold  up to their expectations. Luckily, the “Maze Runner: The Scorch…

‘American Sniper’ sharpshoots opening weekend

‘American Sniper’ sharpshoots opening weekend

  CATHERINE BURKE Staff Reporter    Clint Eastwood does it yet again with the newest and arguably his best film he has ever directed, “American Sniper.”   The movie raked…

‘The Maze Runner’ fans run from the library to the theater

‘The Maze Runner’ fans run from the library to the theater

    CODY SEXTON Managing Editor As an avid reader, I hate seeing films based on best-selling novels with changes so drastic to the plot the film is almost an…

Transformers: Age of Ex-stinks-ion

Transformers: Age of Ex-stinks-ion

Ray Patterson Staff Reporter It seems as if all Michael Bay can do these days is fool studios into committing millions upon millions of dollars into CGI effects and not…

‘Captain America’ soldiers to the front of the box office

‘Captain America’ soldiers to the front of the box office

  Cody Sexton Entertainment Editor   Whether it was sweeping patriotism, a love for the comic book hero or Scarlett Johansson’s perfection that brought movie-goers to see Marvel’s latest “Captain…

Movie-goers visit the Grand Budapest Hotel

Movie-goers visit the Grand Budapest Hotel

  BRENNEN LEGE Staff Reporter   Wes Anderson’s film “The Grand Budapest Hotel” mixes comedy and drama, blending together moments of suspense and hysterics seamlessly.   The movie has been…

‘God’s Not Dead’ is god-awful

‘God’s Not Dead’ is god-awful

  BRENNEN LEGE Staff Reporter   After hearing about the low-budget Louisiana film “God’s Not Dead” cracking fifth at the box-office in its openning weekend, I expected a smart movie…

It’s all a trick: ‘The Great Beauty’ is beautiful

It’s all a trick: ‘The Great Beauty’ is beautiful

  John Sadler Feature Editor   The first scene of Paolo Sorrentino’s “The Great Beauty” follows a group of Japanese tourists as they photograph the fountains of a sunny, beautiful…

‘Lone Survivor’ inspires thrills

‘Lone Survivor’ inspires thrills

    Paul Dauterive Staff Reporter   Based on the book by former Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell, “Lone Survivor” is not the average Hollywood war movie. Luttrell, played by Mark…