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Film Review: Twisters

by Desha Winborne

After a fatal experiment storm chaser Kate Carter settles into a career at the weather channel leaving behind her lofty goals in exchange for a safer life.  Her new easy life is rattled when an old friend approaches with an offer she can’t refuse. The opportunity brings her face to face with all the demons of her stormy past and a rogue new hunter that may just have the key to a brighter future.

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Director: Kyle Balda

Writer: Matthew Fogel

Cast: Steve Carrell, Taraji P. Henson, Pierre Coffin, and Alan Arkin

At 12 years old young Gru already knew he wanted to be a supervillain. When the most famous group of villains loses a member, the young man seizes the opportunity to join them. A disastrous audition sets the wheels in motion for a wild adventure that includes, robbery, kidnapping, shape-shifting, and ultimately a valuable lesson on loyalty and friendship.

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Movie Review: We’re The Millers

by Desha Winborne

Director: Rawson Marshall Thurber

Writer: Bob Fisher and Steve Faber

Cast: Jason Sudeikis, Jennifer Aniston, Emma Roberts, Will Poulter

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As someone who has been following this series since the very beginning, I have mixed emotions. I am pleased with the final movie, more than pleased actually, but at the same time I am saddened that it’s over. Since I picked up Twilight, the first book in the Twilight Saga, I have been living in an alternate universe. I have been following the lives of fictional characters and becoming more and more attached as I turned each page. It’s finally starting to hit me that there will be no more page turning or midnight screenings. It’s bittersweet, but boy oh boy what a way for the saga to go out!

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Director:Rod Gailes OBC

Writer: Rod Gailes OBC

Cast: Damion Omar Lee, Angela Lewis, Madeleine Dauzart, and introducing Aaron Clifton Moten

Marcus (Lee) is a conflicted college student. Among peers he is the confident alpha male, in one moment charming and amiable in the next stern and authoritative.  In his home life he is ruled by his overzealous mother who uses religion as a means to control his life.  As an ultimate act of defiance, Marcus leaves his home against mother’s wishes and partaking in a sensual ritual not unlike the sacrifice of a virgin.

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