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New restaurant lives up to the endless hype

Amanda Goldsmith

March 4, 2016

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Lines of white Jeeps and Range Rovers crowded the parking lot. Inside the restaurant, Vineyard Vines and Birkenstocks dressed each teenage girl as I waited in a seemingly never-ending line to reach the cashier. Finally, I was...

Gotham mid-season premiere, while flawed, ultimately entertains

Jack Stenglein

March 3, 2016

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Gotham returned to Fox with a mid-season premiere Feb. 29 that, while not incredibly exciting for a premiere, did reintroduce the show in a satisfying manner. The episode, “Mr. Freeze,” focuses on two main issues: the afterm...

Yeti vs. Rtic

Cullen Lowder

February 29, 2016

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It’s the ultimate showdown. These two companies have spilled blood, sweat and tears promoting their products to the everyday consumer. They have both revolutionized the cooler industry, but who was the first to claim the fame...

Shadowhunters premier leaves us hunting for more

Lucy Layne Urdahl

February 24, 2016

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When I turned on ABC Family, now known as Freeform, at 8 p.m. sharp on Jan. 12, I didn’t see what I had hoped. Compared to what I was expecting, Shadowhunters really left me feeling like they could’ve done so much more. Th...

Deadpool’s theatrical debut kills

Mubsar Dhuka

February 23, 2016

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From the hilarious marketing campaign to the beginning credits to the after-credit scene, Deadpool successfully encapsulates the satirical, immature, fourth-wall breaking titular anti-hero played by Ryan Reynolds. He plays ...

The 100 Season three earns a 100; contains spoilers

Lucy Layne Urdahl

February 23, 2016

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Contains spoilers after third paragraph The 100, the only show that I can watch three times through and still get excited over, has started again with season three. I freaked out when I heard this and couldn’t do anything but l...

Law men to the left of me, killers to the right: The Hateful Eight is another great western from Tarantino

Mubsar Dhuka

February 5, 2016

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Quentin Tarantino’s most recent masterpiece, The Hateful Eight, somehow achieves the feat of being violent and satirical while essentially having the same plot as the movie Clue. All of the main characters are stuck in a ca...

Despite some flaws, The Revenant entertains and impresses

Jack Stenglein

February 3, 2016

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  If you in any way have an aversion to blood, violence or gore, then stay far away from The Revenant. Right from the first scene, the movie starts off with a bang, as a group of frontiersmen are suddenly attacked by a ...

The 5th Wave Keeps Viewers Guessing

Kendall Carroll

February 3, 2016

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I'm generally a big fan of movies based off of popular books, so when I heard The 5th Wave was coming out I was very excited. I didn't get a chance to read the book before I saw the movie — a book nerd crime I have never co...

Daniel Craig finishes role as James Bond in Spectre, leaves series on a high note

Jack Wallace

January 5, 2016

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Spectre, the latest edition in the classic saga of James Bond, is a bizarre but oddly-fitting ending to Daniel Craig’s run as the world-renowned spy. Much like the previous Bond movies, the opening act is by far the strongest. ...

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