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Love, Time, and Black Holes: A Review of Interstellar

Last Friday night I went to the movie theater. I grabbed some somewhat over-priced snacks, found the IMAX auditorium, located my comfy, leather recliner-style seat, and settled in to watch Christopher Nolan’s highly-anticipated Interstellar. Clocking in at nearly three hours long I knew that it was going to be a long movie. What I didn’t […]

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Forging Steel with Humanity: Superman Reborn in “Man of Steel”

What does it mean to be human? Obviously science alone cannot be relied upon to provide all the answers when describing the depth of such meaning and accuracy because it’s not only about biology or physical makeup; it envelopes the entire cosmic being and its soul. It’s also a fundamental question regarding our existence that […]

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Dickens Rises With “The Dark Knight” In Gotham City

The most anticipated film of 2012 opened up this past July and is still stunning audiences, staying at the top spot of the box office this summer! Raking in about $834 million, the film is now the 30th most lucrative production of all time. The Dark Knight Rises is the compelling conclusion of Christopher Nolan’s […]

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Up, Up and Away! “Man of Steel” Teaser Trailers Released

As the world says goodbye to Batman with The Dark Knight Rises playing in theaters now nationwide, we welcome back another superhero in the teaser trailer for the Zack Snyder directed Superman flick, Man of Steel. An extended trailer premiered at the San Diego Comic Con earlier this month, however, audiences worldwide get to see […]

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