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Film chills with boredom

Film chills with boredom

PATRICK BOYD News Editor   Trying to scrounge some depth out of the new Daniel Radcliffe movie “The Woman in Black” is as futile as searching for water in the…

Film is an emotional joke

Film is an emotional joke

MOVIE REVIEW PATRICK BOYD News Editor   How does a movie make you weep, yet leave you in a state where you do not even know why you are crying…

‘Red Tails’ makes a rough landing

    Naomi Allison News Editor   When I heard about “Red Tails,” a movie that focuses on the lives of the Tuskeegee Airmen, a group of African American pilots…

New 3-D screen to compete with Celebrity

New 3-D screen to compete with Celebrity

  Derek Amaya Staff Reporter   Lincoln Parish movie enthusiasts may receive an early Christmas present this year with the addition of a new movie theater in Ruston.   United…

3D gathers hype but fails to impress

3D gathers hype but fails to impress

PATRICK BOYD News Editor   It is hard to describe watching “Beauty and the Beast” as anything other than a magical experience.   When the original film came out in…

Sleuthing with cyberpunk edge

Sleuthing with cyberpunk edge

MOVIE REVIEW   NAOMI ALLISON News Editor   In “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo,” director David Fincher reveals a Sweden that is corrupt not only in its ruling institutions…

Battling depression at the end of the world

Battling depression at the end of the world

PATRICK BOYD News Editor The end of the world never looked so beautiful.   In the opening 10 minutes of Lars Von Trier’s entrancing and moving new movie, “Melancholia,” we…

Films bring social issues, stigmas to the forefront

Films bring social issues, stigmas to the forefront

NAOMI ALLISON News Editor   What would it feel like to be a 25-year-old living with cancer? Or experience segregation on a daily basis?   Often, comedy mixed with a…

Depp film only mildly funny

Depp film only mildly funny

REBECCA SPENCE News Editor   Based on the Hunter S. Thompson novel, “The Rum Diary” starring Johnny Depp, was a hangover that never seemed to go away. The box office…

Third film fulfills trilogy

Third film fulfills trilogy

Mary Timmons Associate Editor   With Halloween right around the corner, moviegoers are craving that once a year scare. So, it’s no surprise that “Paranormal Activity 3” broke the box-office…