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‘The Jungle Book’ is a beautiful live action adventure

‘The Jungle Book’ is a beautiful live action adventure

April 19, 2016

Last year with Cinderella, Disney kicked off a run of live action editions of their classic cartoons. While I’m pretty excited to see Beauty and the Bea...

Hardcore Henry, a motion sickness inducing splatter fest

Hardcore Henry, a motion sickness inducing splatter fest

April 12, 2016

A movie like this is hard to 100% pin down. It’s hard because I can’t deny it technical skills, but I also can’t deny that its first person charm sto...

‘The Alamo Drafthouse’ is keeping the cinematic experience alive

Timothy Page, Arapahoe Pinnacle Movie Critic

April 6, 2016

If you’re like me, you love films and going the theater can be an escape from life or just a chance to experience a fantastic story. If you are like me and love sitting in a theater and watching movies, The Alamo Drafthouse is the best theater for you. The Alamo is a theater that shows most big release movies. They feature reserved seating, reclining chairs, and...

‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’ is as long and confusing as its name

‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’ is as long and confusing as its name

March 29, 2016

As the superhero genre continues to get bigger and bigger, chances for missteps becomes bigger too. Marvel has seemed untouchable, while DC has been chasing...

Op Ed: Are Superhero Movies Getting to be too Much?

Timothy Page

March 25, 2016

This weekend we are seeing the release of 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice." A movie that, as of the time I am writing this, has a 30% on Rotten Tomatoes. It's not going well critically for this film and even some fans are upset. Calling it a loud, long mess of a film. All this got me wondering. When will we get tired of superhero films? Will there come a time when not...

10 Cloverfield Lane is a well done, tightly wound thriller

10 Cloverfield Lane is a well done, tightly wound thriller

Timothy Page, Movie Critic

March 22, 2016

*Minor plot spoilers ahead*  10 Cloverfield Lane didn’t exist until about two-and-a-half months ago. By that, I mean that this film was kept so tightly und...

Daredevil returns, shedding light on the dark and grimy side of the Marvel Cinematic Universe

Daredevil returns, shedding light on the dark and grimy side of the Marvel Cinematic Universe

Timothy Page, Movie Critic

March 22, 2016

Last April, Netflix released the first season of Daredevil. It was a risk they took, and a risk that paid off immensely. Daredevil's first season had...

Zootopia is surprisingly adult for a kid’s movie

Zootopia is surprisingly adult for a kid’s movie

Timothy Page, Movie Critic

March 9, 2016

Judy Hopps is a rabbit that wants to be a Police officer. Now Rabbits aren’t meant to be policemen (that job goes to the bigger, stronger animals) they...

New TV shows give a fresh view of adult Millennial lifestyles

Carolyn Jarvis, Managing Editor

March 9, 2016

Do you find it hard to understand Millennial students or younger ACC faculty? Fear not! Recently there has been a surge in creating tv shows for millennials (born between 1982 and 1995). Even though some can be extremely exaggerated representations, at their core they seem to have the modern values of a contemporary twenty and thirty-somethings. These three shows I’m...