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“Furious 7” offers entertainment, action

Jake Dalbey, Staff Writer

April 28, 2015

"Furious 7" is a movie that I can't persuade anyone to really see, you either understand the formula and enjoy what it offers or can't let the series many flaws fade from memory. If you need a review to tell you whether "Furious 7" is the movie for you, then it obviously isn't and sadly probably won't...

Chappie: An artificially intelligent story

Chappie: An artificially intelligent story

Jake Dalbey, Staff Writer

March 12, 2015

My relationship with director Neill Blomkamp’s, director of "Elysium" and "District 9," feature films is that of a love/hate tug of war. On one hand he’s able to make some fantastic looking films both in effects and aesthetics with interesting locations and premises to boot. However, look past the...

Director’s vision strays from inspirational story “Unbroken”

Director's vision strays from inspirational story

Jake Dalbey, Staff Writer

January 22, 2015

"Unbroken" feels like a mannequin for most of it's running time. It gives the impression of being genuine and beautiful but in actuality it's fake and lifeless. The story of a track star who goes through hell and back just to see the ones he loves again is a powerful story and "Unbroken" definitely talks...

“As Above So Below” fails to be original

Jake Dalbey, Staff Writer

October 2, 2014

Found footage movies, where the film looks as though it being filmed by a handheld camera similar to "The Blair Witch Project," are a dime a dozen these days, especially when it's a horror movie. There's no doubt that movie theaters are victims of this over saturated genre. Think about how many movies ...