Star Wars Weekends 2014 – June 8th

By: Anthony Zangrillo As fans around the world eagerly anticipate the release of Star Wars Episode VII, Mark Hamill made his long-awaited debut to Walt Disney World’s annual Star Wars Weekends celebration. Hamill was embraced with open-arms by the Star Wars faithful in Orlando, as many waited hour...
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Star Wars Weekends 2014 – June 6th

By: Anthony Zangrillo The Rebel Alliance and Galactic Empire converged into the House the Mouse built as Star Wars Weekends returned to Walt Disney World’s Hollywood Studios in Orlando, Florida. This year’s event spanned an unprecedented five weekends, celebrating the past, present, and futu...
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by: Anthony Zangrillo Edge of Tomorrow is the story of one man’s experience(s) during humanity’s attempt to fight back against an alien invasion of Earth. At the start of the film, most of Europe has fallen and the world’s leaders have formed a coalition army to fight the invasion. They’ve planned a hug...
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The Fault in Our Stars Review

By: Anthony Zangrillo The Fault in Our Stars is the film adaptation of John Green’s best selling novel of the same name. It tells the story of two teenagers who meet and fall deeply in love. It’s definitely a strong story about young love in general, but what distinguishes it from other such stories is...
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Maleficent Review

by: Anthony Zangrillo Maleficent is the beginning of a new effort by Disney to turn many of their beloved animated classics into live-action films. In this adaptation, world-renowned actress, Angelina Jolie, plays the Mistress of Evil. Jolie shines in showcasing Maleficent’s fall from grace, while revel...
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The Monuments Men Review

By: Carl Cottingham If you were to ask me what my favorite subject was, I would definitely answer history. If I also had to specify what type of history, then I would also say World War II. I honestly can’t explain why that’s the case, but the subject has grabbed hold of me ever since I ...
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Godzilla 2014 Review

By: Anthony Zangrillo Where do I begin? Wow. In 1954, the Japanese made Gojira—an allegorical take on the “Lucky Dragon” incident. It was a dark, allegorical take on the dangers of nuclear energy that even holds up today (even if Godzilla does look like a man in a suit). The American distributors with r...
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