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Political agendas abound in Oscar noms

January 28, 2016 2016's impending elections have dominated news channels and political blogs, but many of the Academy Award nominations have social agendas that reflect headlines. more »»

Star Wars reawakens audiences

December 30, 2015 Gentlemen and ladies, boys and girls grab your light sabers ... more »»

Wrapping up the year at the box office

November 30, 2015 Cinematically, 2015 brought a refreshing, less franchise-dominated slate of wide marketing triumphs, allowing filmmakers to shoot for blockbuster and tent pole contenders with an accent on character... more »»

Hanks and Murray two to watch on big screen

November 3, 2015 BRIDGE OF SPIES Academy Award-winner Tom Hanks goes from a virtually unknown figure as successful Brooklyn insurance defense attorney James Donovan to a man branded with hate for zealously serving... more »»

The zombies are coming..

September 30, 2015 Horror films evoke supernatural excursions where ghosts, demons, vampires and zombies call forth terrors from legendary other world inhabitants. more »»

Millennials reverse business roles in ‘The Intern’

September 30, 2015 Has the spread of technology rewritten business and personal communication for the betterment of society? Writer/producer/director Nancy Meyers (“It’s Complicated,” “The Holiday,” “Something’s Gotta... more »»

Fall movies promise to be a real fright fest

August 31, 2015 When serial killers — whether Jason, Freddy or a generic Boogeyman — haunted silver screens, viewers knew which of the teens in jeopardy would be the next up for slaughte. more »»

Reviews: ‘Pixels’ and ‘Paper Town’

July 30, 2015 Pixels Are you afraid of ghosts? How about a crunching, blocky, unstoppable Pac-Man? Yellow up! Describing “Pixels” feels weir. more »»

Top box office hits are on the mark

June 24, 2015 Inside Out Exceeding the animation edge, Pixar's "Inside Out" goes for a twist on the inside-her-head conconcept by probing the brain of happy Midwesterner, 11-year-old Riley Anderson (voiced by... more »»

The Bellas return in ‘Pitch Perfect 2’

May 28, 2015 Wardrobe “malfunctions” have become notorious at some blockbuster live events and are often couched in suspicion that the exposure may have been intentional. more »»

‘Tomorrowland’ succeeds as futuristic cautionary tale

May 28, 2015 By Tony Rutherford Science fiction envisions past, present, and future. more »»

‘Ex Machina’ a cerebral piece of sci-fi art

April 29, 2015 Think super computer evolution in a more portable and prettier version than Hal 9000. more »»

‘Adaline’ lacks emotion from leading lady

April 29, 2015 Experiences, celebrations and successes yield memories — some remain vivid, others fade. They accumulate, jumble, repeat and new ones take their place as life goes forward. more »»

‘Insurgent’ more realistic, less empathetic

March 26, 2015 Peak and reek form the foundation of the successor dynotopian society from which heroic young adults rise to overcome. more »»

Action, disasters, superheroes all on tap for spring

March 26, 2015 By Tony Rutherford Superheroes lead the beckoning behemoths that compete for your big screen attention. more »»

‘The Duff’ creators pay homage to John Hughes

February 25, 2015 No matter the decade, a percentage of young people enter an in-between coming of age period defined blandly as adolescence or more dramatically as the terrible teen. more »»

‘Jupiter Ascending’ a Cinderella tale in space

February 25, 2015 Considering the multiple war drums sounding whether from ISIS, the Ukraine or elsewhere, the assortment of dystopian movies harken threatening shadows of soured, societal futures. more »»

WVU alum relishes role in ‘American Sniper’

February 3, 2015 LOS ANGELES — Former West Virginia University player Ben Reed is thrilled to be playing Chris Kyle's father in the Oscar-nominated movie "American Sniper. more »»

Lesson from ‘Selma’ rings true still

February 3, 2015 When is a universal right worth standing together with friends, family and strangers and enduring brutal words, broken bones, and threats on your life? “Selma,” an adaptation of a portion of the lif... more »»

Redmayne brilliant as Stephen Hawking

December 31, 2014 When physicist Stephen Hawking learned as a doctoral student at Cambridge about his muscular degenerative ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease) his love Jane Wilde promised Hawking and his family that, “I lov... more »»



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