‘Delivery Man’: handle with care

By Christopher Null, Editor Bill Cosby once said parents with only one child are not to be considered as true parents. For David Wozniak, a middle-aged meat truck driver, parenting 533 kids brings parenting to a whole new level. Twenty years ago, David anonymously made a large donation to a sperm bank where an incident…

‘Batman: Arkham Origins’ fails to innovate

By David Demarco, Editor “Batman: Arkham Origins”, the third installment of the :Batman: Arkham” series was one of the most hyped games of 2013. With Warner Bros. Games Montreal taking over the game development after Rocksteady Studios, it was well-documented they would be faced with the pressure of making the next big step in the…

Holiday Movie Preview

By Mike Dyer, Staff Writer November 27th “Frozen” This new animated feature from Walt Disney Animation Studios stars the voices of Kristin Bell, Idina Menzel, Jonathan Groff and Josh Gad and is based on Hans Christian Anderson’s 1845 fairy tale “The Snow Queen.” Rated PG December 13th “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug” The second…

Captain Phillips sails into glory

By Mike Dyer, Staff Writer Based on the events of the 2009 Maersk Alabama hijacking, “Captain Phillips” tells the story from the perspective of Captain Richard Phillips. With excellent casting and directing, “Captain Phillips” has action and suspense that sails right of the screen, managing to keep you glued to your seat and guessing to the…

‘Ender’s Game’ doesn’t end soon enough

By Christopher Null,  Editor Three…two…one…BLAST OFF, to probably one of worst films of the year to hit screens on an international scale. Being a sci-fi film based off Orson Scott Card’s 1985 novel, “Ender’s Game” falls short in an already long line of novel-based films. Director and writer of this movie’s screenplay, Gavin Hood, lives up to…

‘Gravity’ has stars in the sky

By Christopher Null, Editor Space; the final frontier. This is the movie of the year to hold more weight than most space adventures. Alfonso Cuarón, director of films such as “Children of Men” and “Harry Potter and Prisoner of Azkaban”, blasts off with wild ambition when directing superstars Sandra Bullock and George Clooney. If you…

Escape Plan Review

By Mike Dyer,  Staff Writer The concept: cool, the stars: legends, the film: ok… What sounds like a great idea doesn’t always result in a great film, but in the case of “Escape Plan” the combination proved an enjoyable film that could have been a great film. Sylvester Stallone plays Ray Breslin, a former prosecutor…