Monsters University Review

Monsters, Inc., one of Pixar’s earlier movies, helped cement the company’s status as a giant in “family entertainment.” It’s an imaginative look at a world where the monsters in our closets aren’t really bad…they’re just using the screams of children to power their city. Mike (Billy Crystal) and Sulley (John Goodman) are a team of…
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Man Of Steel Review

Following the still popular trend of the gritty reboot of the formerly cartoonish superhero tale, Man of Steel retells the story of Superman’s (Henry Cavill) origins, adding in a few dashes of realism. The imminent destruction of their home planet Krypton forces Superman’s parents to jettison their son to the far-off planet Earth in the…
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Arrested Development Season 4 Review

“There’s always money in the banana stand,” family patriarch George Bluth Sr. (Jeffrey Tambor) continually tells his son, Michael (Justin Bateman) when money troubles arise. Unbeknownst to Michael, George means it quite literally. The family’s frozen banana stand literally has thousands of dollars lining the inside of its walls, waiting to be harvested in case…
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Star Trek Into Darkness Review

By Kayley Erlandson When last we saw them, the crew of the U.S.S Enterprise had finally gotten the gang back together, so to speak. We’re rocketed right into the action with what feels like a classic Star Trek episode, with Captain Kirk (Chris Pine) and Dr. “Bones” McCoy (Karl Urban) on the run through a…
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Oblivion Review

In the year 2077, Jack Harper (Tom Cruise) and his partner, Victoria (Andrea Riseborough) remember nothing of their pasts. Their memories were wiped by their colleagues at the command center, called the Tet, after they took a job as a “mop-up crew” on the now-abandoned surface of Earth. Some survivors of the alien race (called…
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