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Netflix Original “Coin Heist” will rob you of your time

Netflix Original “Coin Heist” will rob you of your time

By Bridget O'Toole
March 30, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, Reviews

I usually associate the words “Netflix Original” with incredibly funny, heart-breaking or boundary-breaking television and movies. So, when a new Netflix original, "Coin Heist," came along I was excited to see a movie that left me thinking about it hours after it was over. This movie left me thinking...

With new song, Lana Del Rey still hasn’t moved past the past

By Caroline Schaeffer, Round Table Reporter
March 8, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, Entertainment news articles, Opinion, Reviews

Starting with the thrum of a deep string, surrealism bleeds from the slow crooning of Lana Del Rey’s voice in her new song, “Love”. Accompanied by album art from her bizarre music video, a portrait of Del Rey overlooks shots from the video surrounded by a sky of stars and planets. At first glan...

Netflix’s “One Day at a Time” makes a roaring comeback

Netflix’s “One Day at a Time” makes a roaring comeback

By Kim Fleming, Round Table reporter
March 8, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, Featured, Reviews, The Latest

Netflix’s new light-hearted original sitcom “One Day at a Time” made its debut on the streaming site in early January. The show follows the story of the Alvarez’s, a middle-class, single-parent family with Cuban roots. The mother, Penelope, is a war veteran whose husband recently left to take u...

And the Oscar is supposed to go to…

And the Oscar is supposed to go to…

By Meg Kady, Round table reporter
March 7, 2017
Filed under Columns, Entertainment, Featured, Opinion, Reviews, Round Table Staff, The Latest

The Oscar broadcast on Feb. 26 was great. Until it wasn’t. I started out the night with the red carpet show saying, “This is the most well produced live event I have seen in awhile.” That attitude continued far throughout the show, until it didn't. I don't even think I need to explain, but for...

Leverage is the modern-day Robin Hood

Leverage is the modern-day Robin Hood

By Heidi Daniels, Round Table reporter
March 2, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, Featured, Reviews, The Latest

The story of Robin Hood is alive and well, now in the form of a modern-day drama set in Boston instead of Sherwood Forest. The show is “Leverage” and after watching the first episodes of the TNT television series, I was enthralled, not only by the action and storyline but by the characters, as well. Nathan...

Maroon 5’s Valentines Day release is “cold”

Maroon 5’s Valentines Day release is “cold”

By Katie Athey, Round table reporter
February 15, 2017
Filed under About, Opinion, Reviews, Round Table Staff, The Latest

Maroon 5 released a new song entitled “Cold” on Valentine’s Day of 2017. Although the band released it on a day dedicated to love, the song’s story leans toward tragedy rather than romance. The pop band has been releasing music since 1994, and have successfully changed their style of music...

‘Miss Peregrine’ leaves fans wanting more

‘Miss Peregrine’ leaves fans wanting more

By Audrey Fisher, Round Table photo editor
October 11, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Featured, Reviews, The Latest

“Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children” is another example of a book-to-movie conversion going completely wrong. The “Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children” book series is a fascinating and incredible trilogy written by Ransom Riggs. This summer, movie trailers were released...

‘Stranger Things’ not a normal TV thing

‘Stranger Things’ not a normal TV thing

By Lucy Kiefert, Round Table entertainment editor
September 29, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Featured, Reviews, The Latest

Disappearing children, alien invasions and shady government experiments - what isn't there to love about "Stranger Things"? For those who have not heard of this show (or have been living under a rock for the past couple of months), it centers around the disappearance of a middle school boy, Will By...

‘Atlanta’ touches on life, rap game in title city

‘Atlanta’ touches on life, rap game in title city

By Liam O'Byrne, Round Table facebook editor
September 27, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Featured, Reviews, The Latest

In the new FX show, "Atlanta," things take off for the lead character strong and fast. The same can be said for the show itself. The show, which has aired just a few episodes thus far, stars Donald Glover (otherwise known as Childish Gambino), who is also the writer and creator. It follows his character,...

Grande falls short with ‘Dangerous Woman’ album

Grande falls short with ‘Dangerous Woman’ album

By Aniston Morris, Round Table executive producer
September 27, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Featured, Reviews, The Latest

From the innocent little redhead on Nickelodeon's "Victorious" to the rebellious, renowned singer Ariana Grande has become one of the many examples of America’s love for a good girl gone bad. At the age of 16, Grande starred in the Broadway production of "13". From there her career was given a jump...

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