Review: Biker television drama embarks on one final ride

JON SCOTT Entertainment Editor Binge watching is when users who are signed up with video streaming websites such as Netflix or Hulu take an entire TV show and try to watch every episode back-to-back until the entire show is...

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‘Birdman’ review: One of the year’s best films

MIGUEL SOLIMAN Contributor Mexican director Alejandro Gonzalez Iñárritu takes a romantic yet satirical stab at Hollywood, Broadway, art critics and superheroes in his new dark comedy, “Birdman” Iñárritu is holding back no punches with his new film from Fox Searchlight...

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Review: New Nintendo game is smashing good time

DONOVAN HOWES Contributor No modern Nintendo console can be complete without its own installment of the wildly popular “Super Smash Bros.” series, and with the introduction of “Super Smash Bros. for 3DS” (which is what it’s really called),...

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Comic Con fans ‘disgruntled’ by ticket buying process

ELLIE DRABNIS Contributor The Justice League and The Avengers: two sets of very different heroes, but both clearly comic book giants in their own right. That is what New York Comic Con is all about - the celebration of...

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Film review: ‘Gone Girl’ translates well to screen

AMIR MUHAMMAD Contributor About halfway through David Fincher’s “Gone Girl,” a policeman asks a question that seems more directed to the audience than it does to his partner: “You ever hear the expression ‘the simplest answer’s often the correct...

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Review: ‘Catching Fire’ lives up to expectations

JON SCOTT Film Critic After seeing “Thor: The Dark World” for a second time last weekend, my opinion on it had not changed, but I thought to myself, “what qualifies as a good sequel?” For me, personally, a good sequel qualifies...

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Review: ‘Ender’s Game’ film adaptation stays true to book

JON SCOTT Film Critic Films based on book adaptations are rarely as good as the source material. They miss the point of the book and instead try to condense it into a product that contains stiff, wooden acting, poor dialogue filled...

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Fairleigh Dramatics hosts ‘Gender Swap’ showcase

Photos by Monique Vitche

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Review: Tom Hanks stars in ‘intense’ blockbuster based on true events

JON SCOTT Film Critic Films based on real life events always seem to be a big draw for Oscar picks. Moviemakers feel as if what had actually transpired in real life can be replicated on the big screen, hoping that these...

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Review: ‘The Cuckoo’s Calling’

AYINDE J. STEVENS Student Voice Editor By now we all know the story about how J.K. Rowling managed to pull herself out of what she considered rock-bottom to become one of the wealthiest women in the world - all with the...

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