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‘Cloud Atlas’ leaves lasting impression

‘Cloud Atlas’ leaves lasting impression

  CHAD HILL Contributing Reporter   A film like “Cloud Atlas” is a rare phenomenon in Hollywood.   Studios tend to play it safe with the projects they green-light, usually…

‘Argo’ has Oscar written all over it

‘Argo’ has Oscar written all over it

  CHAD HILL Contributing Reporter   There are some stories out there that most people just won’t believe.   They’re too crazy, ludicrous and impossible to be true, or even…

Have you been ‘pitch slapped’?

Have you been ‘pitch slapped’?

  GRACE MOORE Entertainment Editor   Music is the heart and soul of everything good in this world, and movies that embrace the art of song are significantly cooler than…

Celebrity Theatres maintains popularity

Celebrity Theatres maintains popularity

Theater to install new projectors allowing for 3D capabilities   ADDIE MARTIN Staff Reporter   Ruston is a small community with one smaller movie theater, but some changes are in…

‘Rock of Ages’ sets the stage

‘Rock of Ages’ sets the stage

  ZACH GRIFFITH Staff Reporter   If you have never been a fan of musicals and you did not quite catch on to the ’80s hair metal scene, you will…

‘Raven’ is a soaring triumph

‘Raven’ is a soaring triumph

  KALEB CAUSEY Staff Reporter   In a usual action/thriller fashion, “The Raven” features a race against the clock plot with twists and turns to throw the audience off of…

Stooges proves more than just nostalgic

Stooges proves more than just nostalgic

  PATRICK BOYD Entertainment Editor   Like a friend who only knows one joke, yet can’t help but tell it over and over, movies have reached an apex now where…

Uncovering the business behind the box

Uncovering the business behind the box

  GRACE MOORE Staff Reporter   A Redbox press release from March 5 stated that more than 68 percent of Americans live within a five-minute driving radius of a Redbox…

‘Hunger Games’ stands victorious

‘Hunger Games’ stands victorious

  PATRICK BOYD Entertainment Editor   The opening night of a movie like “The Hunger Games” is paradoxically a moment of public approval while at the same time a massacre…

‘Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax’ speaks for itself

‘Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax’ speaks for itself

  GRACE MOORE Staff Reporter   In lieu of the global warming calamity, the big-screen adaptation of Dr. Seuss’ children’s book “The Lorax” encourages people of all ages to make…