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’94 vs. ’19: Animated vs. CGI

Many famous phrases tell us not to try and correct something that does not need fixing. The same can be said for remaking of classics. Remakes usually give us new spins on old classics. Adding on to a certain series gives us the opportunity to be more inclusive to underrepresented ...

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Battle of the movies: Classics vs. Remakes

We are getting a lot of movie remakes now. Looking back at original movies gives us a blast of nostalgia but when a movie is that good, we would like a sequel or even a remake. Disney has dabbled in remakes with the classics such as the 2015 “Cinderella” and ...

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Roxy Regional Theater stands as staple of Downtown Clarksville for 30 years

Downtown Clarksville has a variety of shops and restaurants that make up its image. Roxy Regional Theatre is one of the historical and entertainment pieces to that image. “As Clarksville’s oldest professional live theatre, the Roxy Regional Theatre has offered a unique entertainment and educational avenue for this community for ...

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GSA brings awareness to LGBTQ media representation

The Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) held a week-long Media Representation event during the week of Sept. 12, to bring attention to the portrayal of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) community in the media, particularly in movies, television and comics. One particular issue addressed during the week was the “Bury ...

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No Country for Old Men

Over 30 some odd years of filmmaking Joel and Ethan Coen have become the kings of dark comedy. After a stretch of films that did not set the world on fire in the early aughts the duo entered much darker territory with 2007’s “No Country for Old Men.” The centerpiece ...

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The Good, The Bad, The Oscars

Since the Oscars are this weekend, I want to talk about critically acclaimed movies on Netflix, as well as give my opinion on what movies I think are winners of this year’s Oscars. First off, with one of my all time favorite movies adapted from the Pulitzer Prize winning book, ...

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