Articles written by: Caitlin Cheevers

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MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Life of Pi’ adds to movie experience

It seems as though movies in the past few years have strayed away from philosophical discussions and have focused more on things that will gather crowds: explosions, male strippers and vampires. “Life of Pi,” on the other hand, offers viewers […]

COLUMN: Eventually, everyone will have to move

There are a lot of options for weekend plans throughout the semester. While some are fortunate enough to be able to travel and relax every weekend, my plans typically range from studying to studying, with a little bit of studying […]
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“Hocus Pocus” never gets old, even after almost two decades

Every October, there is a movie that is talked about all over Facebook and Twitter. It’s a favorite among Millenials that has been around for almost two decades. When it came out in 1993, “Hocus Pocus” taught children that if […]
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MOVIE REVIEW: (500) Days of Summer the ultimate hipster movie, in a good way

Since last weekend’s Saturday Night Live, Joseph Gordon-Levitt has been on the mind of many. His career has been on the rise in the past few years, much thanks to box office hits like “Inception” and “The Dark Knight Rises.” […]
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MOVIE REVIEW: ‘That Thing You Do!’ a fun movie to watch with family, roommates

Tom Hanks has starred in a lot of great movies throughout his career. However, few realize his talents extend beyond acting to writing and directing as well. Hanks’ screenplay writing career began with the 1996 film “That Thing You Do!” […]
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ALBUM REVIEW: Hanson’s ‘Shout It Out’ stays true to Hanson spirit while offering unique sound

In 1997, a song was released that would change the world. It may have been a little bit incomprehensible. The gender of the singers may have been difficult to guess. But whenever it came on, listeners could not help but […]
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CMU students travel to Uganda for mission trip

Editor’s note: Caitlin Cheevers traveled to Uganda for this trip and took part in the activities described as a volunteer with Heart Cry International.  In an open courtyard of red dirt hardened by the feet of hundreds of Ugandan school […]

MOVIE REVIEW: “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter” enjoyable to those with open mind

“Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter” was the movie few expected, and even less expected to be good. However, to audience members with an open mind, the film was not only entertaining, but also visually stunning. The movie follows Abraham Lincoln throughout […]

MOVIE REVIEW: “Madagascar 3″ fun for whole family

Very rarely do second or third installments end up as good as the original. “Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted” fought this stereotype. The movie begins with the four main characters: a lion, giraffe, hippo and zebra stuck in Africa with […]

MOVIE REVIEW: “Best Exotic Marigold Hotel” teaches many life lessons

Have you ever wondered what would happen if group of British retirees dropped everything they had and moved to India? Well, “The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel” can give you an idea. Based on the novel “These Foolish Things” by Deborah […]

MOVIE REVIEW: “Snow White” leaves too many questions unanswered

A dark twist to the classic tale of Snow White will leave audience members wanting more. “Snow White and the Huntsman,” which came out in theaters Friday, tells the story of a young girl whose father is killed by an […]

MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Men in Black 3′ makes up for failure of ‘Men in Black 2′

To make up for the disaster that was “Men in Black 2,” a third installment of the Men in Black saga was created, starring Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones. “Men in Black 3” tells the story of Agents J […]

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