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Podcast: Cinema Synopsis Movie News, Episode 1

By Ryan Lawler and Ethan Mullican

September 19, 2019

RT Reporters Ryan Lawler and Ethan Mullican go over this week's biggest movie news, involving the Suicide Squad cast reveal, all the way to the Goldfinch bombing at the box office....

Reactions: ‘IT’ reboot hits theaters

Reactions: ‘IT’ reboot hits theaters

By Jenna Krueger, Round Table reporter

October 27, 2017

A killer clown wreaks havoc on a small town. An outlandish scenario, but not for Stephen King. The movie adaptation of “IT” hit the screens last month, making it perfect for the holiday coming up: Halloween. Most of the reviews about the movie were positive. “I probably liked it more than...

The new movie Insurgent causes commotion among students

By Erika Gaitan, Round Table Reporter

May 14, 2015

Insurgent the sequel of Divergent, leaves an impeccable mark on its audience with lingering questions of “now what," “what just happened,” and the most popular question yet “how will Four and Tris survive on the outside of a dystopian society?”   As always theres bound to be a group...

Age of Adeline brings life an beauty to its viewers

By Kelly Klipp and Taylor Bushey, Round Table Reporters

May 1, 2015

Taylor Bushey: In the movie Age of Adaline, the main character, Blake Lively portrays her character in a very classical and traditional way. Her mannerisms in the movie demonstrate her real time period and it makes to be very important in the grand scheme of things. Kelly Klipp: I agree, Lively's...

Is the excitement of premieres enough?

By Veronica Clements, Entertainment and Arts Editor

October 16, 2013

As the movies keep rolling, each month is home to anticipated premieres. With Gravity, Captain Phillips, and The Fifth Estate coming to nearby theaters this October, and The Hunger Games: Catching Fire premiering in November, this year will end with an interesting and impressive array of movies. But...

“Les Miserables” sings its way to the top

By Cecelia Bettendorf, Round Table reporter

January 15, 2013

The people waiting in line for the movie “Les Miserables” were different than those waiting in lines for other movies. Not only were they holding their popcorn and drinks, they also clutched tissue boxes in their hands, anticipating the tears to come. On Christmas day, the musical “Les Miserables”...

Trailers: Week of 11/12/08

November 15, 2008

So what's happening with trailers this week? Well, we've got "Watchmen," "Star Trek," "Harry Potter," and more. Read More »...

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