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Eye of the Tiger

Revived show highlights student artistry

February 22, 2016

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BY KYLIE IRWIN [email protected] Roseville High School held its first talent show at the school in six years. Junior Parker Crews emceed the show. Since there hasn’t been a show in six years, a few kinks along the way were expected. The lighting seemed to be off, and at times you could see a bit of what was going on backstage. But, since it was the first in...

Deadpool lacks professionalism

February 22, 2016

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BY VICTORIA WILKINSON [email protected] Deadpool, the Marvel film which has been highly anticipated by many, came out Feb. 12. While some people found it to be obnoxious and juvenile, the movie was humorous with a somewhat intriguing plot line, depending on your sense of humor. A lot of the jokes and references made throughout the film were ill-humored and...

Adele says “Hello” to new level of emotional depth with 25

December 14, 2015

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BY JOHNNY MULLIGAN [email protected] After teasing the world with “Hello,” Adele finally released her full album - 25 on Nov. 20. Her last album, 21, seemed almost impossible but 25 exceeded my already high expectations of Adele. Adele, following suit from her last two albums, titled the album 25 accordingly with the age she was when she wrote the songs...

CONCUSSION

December 14, 2015

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BY JOHNNY MULLIGAN [email protected] Concussion brings to light the horrors of football injuries. The movie is based on a true story in which pathologist Dr. Bennet Omalu (Will Smith) discovers the prevalence of concussions and other brain injuries in the NFL and how horrible the symptoms truly are. The doctor reveals how terrible concussions are and how t...

Fallout 4 impresses with wide scope

December 14, 2015

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BY ANDREW SMITH [email protected] There is something about Bethesda’s open world titles that always seem to give them that edge over the competition. This success primarily lies not in dazzling graphics or gameplay mechanics, but in their storytelling and remarkable ability to engage players in the world they themselves have helped to shape. Fallout 4 delivers...

J. Cole-produced album highlights the underground

December 14, 2015

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BY BEN FURDEK [email protected] Rapper J. Cole’s label Dreamville dropped a collaboration album, Revenge of the Dreamers 2, starring rappers Bas, Omen, Cozz, Ari Lennox, Lute and features from Donnie Trumpet and Correy C. J. Cole made appearances in three songs on the album. He uses this album to put the young rappers signed to his label on the map and ...

STAR WARS

December 14, 2015

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BY ANDREW SMITH [email protected] This Friday, the force might actually awaken with the premiere of the 7th installment in the Star Wars saga, Star Wars: The Force Awakens. The anticipation for the return of Star Wars at this point is almost palpa(tine)ble and at this point I am just ready to watch the movie. The periodic trailers have been going around just to...

Bieber makes successful comeback with Purpose

December 14, 2015

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BY DESTINE KYUBWA [email protected] Hit pop artist Justin Bieber released his fourth album, Purpose on Nov. 13 and I am pleased to say he absolutely didn’t disappoint. His long anticipated album caught the eyes of many. The social media presence on Purpose was so significant, many expressed their new respect for him on Twitter. Many others and I would agree ...

THE REVENANT

December 14, 2015

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BY MARC CHAPPELLE [email protected] Leading man Leonardo DiCaprio should be able to bolster The Revenant into something truly engaging. Early critics on Twitter say this movie may finally land an Oscar in DiCaprio’s hands. It tells the story of redemption for an 1823 American frontiersman left for dead and his vows to get revenge. I have great faith in direc...

The Good Dinosaur teaches morals through sincere, feel-good storyline

December 14, 2015

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BY CLAIRE ORERTLY [email protected] Pixar’s movie The Good Dinosaur is cute and interesting with top-notch graphics and good use of characters. A young dinosaur named Arlo and his family – which consists of him, his parents, and his two siblings – were miraculously able to survive the extinction of dinosaurs many years ago and are living in the modern worl...

'Burnt' sparks but fails to ignite

November 11, 2015

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BY ELIZABETH HILLMAN [email protected] In this dramatic comedy, Adam Jones (Bradley Cooper) was the top chef in Paris. When his drug and alcohol problems caught up with him, it put his whole career on pause. After problems arose, Jones moved from New Orleans to London. He got another chance at redemption and tried to achieve getting his third Micheli...

Newest Jobs biography artfully depicts CEO

November 9, 2015

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 BY AUSTIN COLLINS [email protected] Although Steve Jobs is not the first biography that has been released since the death of Former Apple CEO, Steven Paul Jobs, this Danny Boyle directed iteration of the man behind the turtleneck is by far the most well written and most intense entry of them all. While the 2013 Biography,“Jobs,” starring Ashton Kutcher ...