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The Oscars and the death of a meme

Timothy Page, Reporter

March 1, 2016

On Sunday February 29th, Hollywood’s biggest night was held. With very little surprises, Chris Rock’s barbed humor towards the #OscarsSoWhite campaign and, of course, Leonardo DiCaprio finally getting that gold statuette. As the ceremony started, Chris Rock came up showing off his stand-up comedian chops. Beating into us that the whole #OscarsSoWhite thing was a bit...

“Race” is a clichéd but enjoyable story

“Race” is a clichéd but enjoyable story

Timothy Page, Movie Critic

February 23, 2016

Jesse Owens likes to run. In fact, that seems to be the only thing that has kept him sane. In the 1930’s, race relations were awful and the world was...

The Walking Dead returns and shows us why we fell in love with the show

The Walking Dead returns and shows us why we fell in love with the show

February 16, 2016

*Warning Spoilers* Anyone who has been watching The Walking Dead knows that the first half of Season 6 started out promising, with an interesting premise that...

Deadpool is a hilarious R-rated romp through the superhero genre

Deadpool is a hilarious R-rated romp through the superhero genre

Timothy Page, Movie Critic

February 16, 2016

After years of trying to get the movie off the ground and a buildup that has been backed by, possibly, one of the best marketing campaigns ever, Deadpool is ...

The Finest Hours is a thrilling adventure tale

The Finest Hours is a thrilling adventure tale

Timothy Page, Movie Critic

February 9, 2016

In February of 1952, a massive winter storm hit the east coast. To most people this meant bundling up and staying indoors till the storm dies down. For,...

Hail, Caesar! is a hilarious romp through old school Hollywood

Hail, Caesar! is a hilarious romp through old school Hollywood

Timothy Page, Movie Critic

February 9, 2016

The Coen Brothers are some of the most interesting filmmakers working today. It’s hard to exactly pin down what their exact genre is, but one of their...

Pride, Prejudice, and Zombies is enough fun to start taking away the January blues

Pride, Prejudice, and Zombies is enough fun to start taking away the January blues

February 4, 2016

Well, the January slog is done and with it comes the potential for a new year of great films. February brings us a new Coen Brothers film, the foul-mouthed...

January is a tough month to be a movie fan

January is a tough month to be a movie fan

Timothy Page, Arapahoe Pinnacle Film Critic

February 4, 2016

Ah, January. By the time you're reading this it’s over, but it has never been an easy month to get through. Christmas is over, the festive lights have...

13 Hours is a solid directing attempt from Michael Bay

13 Hours is a solid directing attempt from Michael Bay

Tim Page, Movie Critic

February 3, 2016

If you’re a movie fan, the name Michael Bay strikes fear into your soul. The man is known for making loud and bombastic movies without much substance....