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THE REEL: Film Reviews (10-18-16)

By Kelcie Erbse “The Film Addict”, kke6@zips.uakron.edu

October 17, 2016

Film: Girl on the Train Moviegoers are flocking over Paula Hawkins’ widely successful novel “The Girl on the Train” reaching the box office this month, but not in a positive way. The ending is confusing, and some people are even saying it’s a knock-off of “Gone Girl,” as one critic pu...

THE REEL: Film Reviews

THE REEL: Film Reviews

By Kelcie Erbse "The Film Addict"

September 28, 2016

Film: Magnificent Seven There are different types of people when it comes to seeing a movie: people who strictly pirate, those who go just for date night, the occasional goers, or even those who get their mothers to drive them there. Then there are attendants who go weekly, if not more often. Then...

Flattery will get you nowhere

Flattery will get you nowhere

March 7, 2013

Aine McCarthy They say imitation is the highest form of flattery, but I’m willing to bet ‘they’ are those who do the imitating. And, really, ‘they’ have no scope of ingenuity. I get it; coming up with ideas can be tough. In fact, if it’s how someone makes their living, it’s damn near...

Box office hits rock campus

April 18, 2012

Written by: Tessa L. Adams While the tag line “May the odds be ever in your favor” certainly applies to the fight-to-the-death film, it may be better suited as a wish of good luck to all of the other films in theater that are having a difficult time kicking “The Hunger Games” out of the top b...

Ohio attracts Hollywood

November 3, 2011

By:  Chris Coon Thick black smoke fills the sunny blue sky as vehicles of all shapes and sizes lay the blaze of what looks to be the aftermath of a battle. NYPD cruisers and yellow taxicabs sit abandoned as large pieces of rubble are either on top or surround the vehicles. The street and sidewalks ar...

Digital music and movies: Death throes of an industry

September 6, 2011

By: Russ Friend Illegal downloading is rampant. It has gutted a bloated and corrupted music industry. Many artists have lost careers in the process, preventing them from buying their favorite hair care products and reigniting an 80’s revolution. An owner should not feel guilty for copying/ripping ...