Arts & Entertainment

“SPF-18” is predictable but enjoyable

September 16, 2018 Shelby Arnold 0

Netflix has been hitting all the marks. Maybe they’ve been hitting all the marks for a while and peo­ple are starting to pay attention. Either way, Netflix isn’t just a streaming company anymore. They are […]

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To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before

September 7, 2018 Shelby Arnold 0

The rom-com is a dying breed. Sadly, many of Hollywood’s either fizzle at the box office or aren’t generally well liked by the critics. However, rom-coms are great. Personally, it’s an underutilized genre and is […]

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Tender and sweet, a must see

April 9, 2018 Amber Appleby 0

I must admit that I have wanted to see “Love, Simon” since I first heard the previews on Pandora. So, when the opportunity to do a movie review for it presented itself… it just seemed […]

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‘Showman’ not the greatest

February 3, 2018 Gabbi Calabrese 0

As a person with a profound fondness for musicals, circuses and Zac Efron, I suspected before even buying a ticket that Michael Gracey’s “The Greatest Showman” would be a hit for me, which was a […]

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“Viral” fails to impress

October 15, 2017 Gabbi Calabrese 0

October is the month of all things creepy-crawly, so when I was perusing the depths of Netflix horror options and saw the unsettling image for Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman’s “Viral,” I knew I needed […]

Arts & Entertainment

Kingsman 2 repeats 1 but still entertains

October 4, 2017 Gabbi Calabrese 0

Sequels are precarious. Most fans are looking for a sequel that develops its own, special charm while also maintaining the original film’s appeal. Some fans are simply seeking another round of entertainment. When it comes […]