Music gives ‘satisfaction to the soul’

Laura Keppy, Staff Writer

March 28, 2014

Filed under A&E, Movies, Uncategorized

Everybody has their own taste in music, a specific genre that appears enticing to them. But if the beat and band is taken out and nothing is left but the lyrics there may be a lot of similar responses to how the lyrics makes a... Read more »

“Frozen” is a Frosty Hit!

David Page, A&E Columnist

January 30, 2014

Filed under A&E, Movies

‘Lone Survivor’ brings audience behind enemy lines

Alex Danko, A&E Columnist

January 30, 2014

Filed under A&E, Movies

In the beginning of “Lone Survivor,” director Peter Berg takes you through a stint of boot camp to show just a little piece of all the rigorous mental and physical challenges that a Navy Seal must endure before graduating. These... Read more »

‘Thor: The Dark World’ satisfies moviegoers

Nadia Churchil-gilstrap, A & E Columnist

December 5, 2013

Filed under A&E, Movies

From Norse gods to research scientists and from alien realms to London, England. Thor: The Dark World has it all.  Two different worlds must band together to prevent the impending apocalypse of the entire universe. This movie... Read more »

‘Carrie’ gets makeover

Ali Braboy, IV LEADER STAFF

November 7, 2013

Filed under A&E, Movies

Have you ever felt the desire to destroy the world after receiving continuous negative words, actions, or maybe both from the world? The second movie adaptation of “Carrie” — originally a novel written by Stephen King in... Read more »

Hanks shines as lead in ‘Captain Phillips’

Nadia Churchil-Gilstrap, A & E Columnist

November 7, 2013

Filed under A&E, Movies

When the freight ship of Captain Phillips (Tom Hanks) is boarded by armed pirates, he and his crew must fight for their very survival. Captain Phillips is faced with the responsibility of protecting his crew and his own conflicting... Read more »