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“Thank You For Your Service” is Worth the Watch

If you plan on watching a heartfelt movie anytime soon, I would recommend “Thank You For Your Service.” The movie follows a group of soldiers that return to the U.S. after serving in Iraq. The film realistically portrays the struggles that our troops face when it comes to integrating back

Baby Driv-ing Its Way Into Action Lovers’ Hearts

A beat thumps out over the radio. Seemingly against your will, your foot starts tapping in time to the music. We all have experienced the rhythmic power of music over our bodies, but what if everything that happened on a daily basis went in time to your favorite playlist? This concept

You’ll Fall Hard for This Movie

“Die Hard” is an action-packed, thrilling and iconic movie in the action genre. “Die Hard” is about a New York City cop who goes to LA on Christmas Eve to see his wife and kids, but the Christmas Party at Nakatomi Tower is interrupted by a group of German terrorists.

No Country for Old Men: A Classic Western Masterpiece

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Oscars 2017 Fashion Review

  Ryan Gosling, Gucci and Christian Louboutin: We really like the ruffled dress shirt. He looks spicy af.  He is probably one of the few that can pull off the ruffled shirt.   To us, we would have never gone for the ruffled shirt, but it works for him: 8/10

Grammy 2017 Fashion Review

Rihanna: Umm…all I can say is, “YESSSSS GIRRRLLLL WORK IT!!!”.  Rihanna is one of those girls that can wear anything she wants and still be able to pull it off.  Rihanna is seen wearing Armani Prive and Chopard jewelry.  The orange pairs really nice with the her skin tone, and

SNL Review

  Dressed in a blond male wig and suit and tie, Melissa McCarthy took the SNL sketch as Press Secretary Sean Spicer. The sketch spewed many jokes about Spicer’s “alternative facts” along with a guest appearance of Betsy DeVos played by Kate McKinnon. The sketch was funny and appeared realistic in the

A Review on A Dog’s Purpose

  Doesn’t it seem like your dog is always there for you? Whenever you’re happy, sad, or overall frustrated with life, your dog will always be there for you. They get overly excited when you get home, and get really depressed when they see you about to leave. A Dog’s Purpose

Hidden Figures Movie Review

  The inspiring story of the African American women that helped NASA get a man in space is told beautifully in the new movie Hidden Figures. Untold for over 50 years, this wonderful tale of three visionary women chasing their dreams is one everyone can enjoy. The movie takes you through

Black Mirror Review

Although Black Mirror a Television series, each episode has different actors and scenarios from the last. It’s a british series but you can find all three seasons on Netflix. I tend to hop around from different episodes not in any order, because it really doesn’t matter. This show is actually

The Bell Jar Review

Reading the Bell Jar was way different from any other book I’ve ever read. Sylvia Plath wrote the bell jar in 1963, shortly after she got her book published she committed suicide. I think Plath's background is interesting because ironically the bell jar is about a nineteen year old, Esther

Everyone has felt like a Peculiar Child at least once in their Life

From the director of “The Nightmare Before Christmas”, “The Corpse Bride”, and “Edward Scissorhands”, comes “Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children.” Tim Burton is known for stories that captivate the audience with interesting characters and effects and he definitely succeeded with his latest film. Asa Butterfield, (Jake), perfectly portrays the awkward

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