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“Annihilation,” Unique, Thoughtful, and Haunting

"Annihilation," released February 23, truly set itself apart from other films released this year. It's unique in the sense that the events that take place over the course of the film are as unexplainable to the characters as they are to the audience. It makes the viewer feel empathy for the characters in what they go through in the movie, specifically Lena, the protagonist.
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“The Commuter,” An Intense, Action-Packed Thriller

Once again, Liam Neeson has impressed viewers with his abilities in an action-filled movie as an aging actor. Similarly done in “Taken,” Neeson delivers an impressive performance in “The Commuter.” With countless minutes of adrenaline-filled fight scenes that keep viewers on the edge of their seats, Liam Neeson certainly packs a punch at the age of 65 in this action-thriller flick. Prior to the
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Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle Keeps Viewers Laughing and On the Edge of Their Seats

While the film of Jumanji was one that was already made in 1995, 2017’s Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle was one that was a noteworthy attempt at making a stand-alone sequel. Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (2017) does well in integrating great amounts of comedy into how the film ends up playing out along with a lot of enjoyable action that makes for an
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The Best Entertainment of 2017

As studious as we claim to be, even the best of us need to unwind every now and again. 2017 was a great year in media, and our Arts and Entertainment staff picked some of their favorite time wasters of the past year. Baby Driver - Emma Sheehan [caption id="attachment_3595" align="alignnone" width="1200"] (image credit: Sony Pictures)[/caption] One of my favorite films of 2017 is Baby Driver.
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Justice League Helps Revive DC’s Reputation… Somewhat

“Justice League” was a decently enjoyable movie to watch despite some weird story developments and character portrayals. The moments that led up to the incredible pulse-pounding action felt somewhat forced, and characters like Batman and The Flash could have been portrayed better. The villain was kind of just okay and didn’t stand out a ton other than the fact that he was so strong that
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Netflix and Stephen King Do It Again with “1922”

As of lately, Netflix has been coming out with a number of different, new TV shows and movies that are fit for the community of those yearning for something new with their subscriptions. With new movies like “Gerald’s Game” and new TV like “Stranger Things: Season 2,” people have a good incentive to be on Netflix often. One newly released movie on Netflix that

Comedian Rocks Pub

Comedian Brian O’Sullivan succeeded in making a large audience laugh late on a Friday night. This comedian, who was from Los Angeles, had a large crowd laughing on Nov. 20 at 9 p.m. in the pub. He had rather dark and perverted humor but, regardless, was enjoyed by a big demographic of people that decided to go see him. One of the lead contributors