‘The Winter Soldier’ provides nonstop action

‘The Winter Soldier’ provides nonstop action

Alex Danko, IV Leader A&E Columnist
May 8, 2014
Filed under A&E, Movies

"Captain America: The Winter Soldier” will reel you in with witty banter and keep the audience on the edge of their seats with a great story line and nonstop action. “The Winter Soldier” starts off just like all Marvel sequels thus far showing what the heroes have been doing since the events... Read more »

‘Hours’ thrills audiences

‘Hours’ thrills audiences

Alex Danko, IV Leader Columnist
March 25, 2014
Filed under A&E

Although he may have passed away late last year, Paul Walker managed to make “Hours,” his last complete film, a complete change in pace from his usual Fast and the Furious Franchise. Paul Walker plays Nolan Hays who is married to Abigail, played by the beautiful Genesis Rodriguez. The story... Read more »

‘Escape Plan’ utilizes dynamic duo

‘Escape Plan’ utilizes dynamic duo

Alex Danko, A&E Columnist
February 20, 2014
Filed under A&E, Movies

Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger attempting to break out of a maximum security secret prison that is funded by shady individuals: how couldn’t you want to see this? Sylvester Stallone plays Ray Breslin, an ex-lawyer who began breaking out of prisons professionally as a way to make them... Read more »

‘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 tests that a Navy Seal must undergo really push that the only one... Read more »

‘We’re The Millers’ offers must-see comedy

‘We’re The Millers’ offers must-see comedy

Alex Danko, A & E Columnist
December 5, 2013
Filed under A&E, Movies

“We’re the Millers” is a movie based around Jason Sudeikis’s pot-dealing character David Clark. David is a 40-something man whose life hasn’t changed since college.  David is content with his life of dealing pot and living by himself until he gets mugged and gets robbed of his entire stash. ... Read more »

‘This is the End’ filled with laughs

‘This is the End’ filled with laughs

Alex Danko, A & E Columnist
November 7, 2013
Filed under A&E, Movies

Start with the apocalypse, add celebrities playing themselves, then add in some of those celebrities dying. Does that sound like a tragedy to you? Well, turns out it’s a comedy. “This is the End” is set at a big house warming party at James Franco’s house that has well known celebrities like... Read more »

‘Iron Man 3’: Tony Stark faces biggest battle

Alex Danko, Columnist
October 17, 2013
Filed under A&E, Movies

In “Iron Man 3,” Tony Stark battles what seems to be one of his biggest challenges yet and that is dealing with the whole “I almost died at the battle of New York” thing. This becomes very relevant throughout the story when Tony, who was not in good health in “Iron Man 2,” reacts the same... Read more »

‘Now You See Me’ features magic, action, humor

‘Now You See Me’ features magic, action, humor

Alex Danko, IV LEADER Movie Critic
September 25, 2013
Filed under A&E, Movies

I recently rented the movie “Now You See Me,” which is about four magicians who pull off heists during their sold out shows, in front of massive crowds. I know what you are thinking -- what an alibi and on top of that how could they pull off such a feat?  Magic, duh. The movie starts out as the... Read more »