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  • Reviews > Movie Reviews
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    In the middle of winter, who would want to go see an animated film about snow? Though Frozen is already nominated two Oscars and has been called ‘Disney’s best since the Lion King’, is it worth going out into the cold to see a move about the cold? Frozen tells the story of two sisters, Ann...
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    My identity is X45AKO2YZ. Our generation is new, yet there are thousands of us living in union. Our purpose was designed for one thing –to eat. We float through oceans of trash and the impulse comes automatic in the brain. The tin can is in a swarm of other beautiful, disintegrated trash, ...
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    Sally Sue hated her looks more than she despised her name. After all, Sally was Jewish, which meant dark hair, olive skin, and being called a terrorist at least once a day. Her circumstances of living in a gentile neighborhood made everything worse, including the garage door window that just happe...
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    I was known more by my shy, mumbling voice than the one I craved people to hear. The one clear enough to echo through barriers as I performed on stage. It is a light feather being blown along by a deep, booming thunder. It makes me become so beautiful, I begin to fly to a land so enchanting, I mu...
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    Here’s another YA novel featuring the doomed relationship between the typical party boy and an unfashionable nerd. These two types seem cliché, yet it garnered to become a National Book Award Finalist. From author Tim Tharp comes ‘The Spectacular Now’, but is it spectacular to read? Sut...
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    Written by Diana L. Sharples, Running Lean is a YA novel that deals with a relationship falling apart due to anorexia. The main characters are Calvin and Stacey. Calvin is a typical sixteen year old boy living on a farm. When he’s not working, he’s riding his motorcycle or repairing its la...
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    Imagine your darkest fear coming to life. Then battling that alone in a place that's not livable for humans - where you can die at anytime from a wrong move or simple mistakes. All from trying to defy a natural element. Hold on to your seats, because Gravity is going to take you away. An ...
  • Poetry > Ballad
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    What's right? What's wrong? What's gray or in between? The funny riddle to puzzle over Soon becomes a mystery It's told through the images That's confusing as my mind As the protagonist's decisions Show us the way to life But there's work for our words ...
  • Poetry > Limerick
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    A dappled apple that seeked perfection Lost it's form to the infection His mean ways had a cost All his friends were now lost Now baffled, the apple was hurt by rejection...
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    Released 12 years ago, “Monsters, Inc.” was a classic story about friendship that was nominated for three Oscars, and won for Best Original Song. But has Pixar lived up to the first hit with “Monsters University,” the new prequel? Mike Wazowski is a smaller, retainer-wearing college mons...
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    Martha Marcy May Marlene "wants to get away but can never escape." The promising name and tagline immediately gravitates an interest. But to the audience's view, is the film as confusing as the title that will make the audience member's leave instead? The story shows the dis...
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    Stories tell the journeys of our lives. When constant bruises are made, we find some source of connection that makes everything okay. And short stories are perfect for that motive. The English Journal says, “With today’s blurring moral standards, it’s more important than ever…to read.” ...
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    Is the Watergate's scandal too boring to learn about? Then how about a movie that shows two journalists risking everything to uncover the truth? From it's suspenseful showing of journalism, All the President's Men is a true story that makes history and 70's politics exciting. ...
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    Didn't bring your favorite cheesy snack? Don't worry, Oz the Great and Powerful has enough cheese to fill anyone up. From a simple story to its distracting acting, Oz is a shallow film with no depth to it. Oz is the prequel to the 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz" based on the bo...
  • Fiction > Romance
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    I am a brick in the wall. I am the tape holding up the posters for tonight’s dance. I am the foundations of the school. I am invisible, and I like it that way. Except for now. Our science class is studying worms. Or should I say me. My partner, jerk Erika, is too grossed out. So I handle ...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    In the sky Lightning cracked And touched my body near It became alive Throughout the black Lighting up what was here As thunder drummed A melody The pouring rain played I listened To the beating Of the music that sang To me alone When I became One with the storm When it formed, I fel...
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    From Nicholas Sparks' novel by the same name comes a clichéd tale of a woman's past and how love can set her free. Adapted by Lislie Bohem and Dana Stevens, “Safe Haven” is ­directed by Lasse Hallstrom, making this production the eighth adaptation of Nicholas Sparks' books. Here co...
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    A droplet of water dripped on my head As a splash from a wave rolled off a leaf It danced across my color of brunette As a bird sang, calling "will you follow me?" Into the clearing and in the unknown Dirty water cleans mud off my feet But its fresh tracks dissolve onto stone Of ...
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    There was a hill I looked upon Where the dark sun's spell was set An enchanting twilight beckoned me in The world that was, I did forget Simple feelings that were not perplex No longer sustained in yesterday's debt The road of colors set me on the path Taken through the trails of ...
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    Rusty fall leaves settle on my head As the orange barn cat slinks around The day is falling towards sun-set But I choose to lay on the ground The dying grass is cold on my skin As I breathe in the crisp night air The clouds above are starting to thin So I can decide what's up there ...
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    A gel pen the color of blue Its mix of ink and fluid Stains my arms, smudges words That I hope someday get heard To hear my tale of love lost A writer's most ordinary thought But conceivable grief feels like it's new Whenever I catch the sight of you My silly crush must be a game ...
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    You're walking through a dark tunnel with an empty ache in your stomach and a dull pain in your head. You wonder why it's there. Could it be from barely remembering how you came to this place? You've never seen anything like it before. The tunnel is all-around smooth, which is nic...
  • Poetry > Haiku
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    Two voices echo In my head; which one will I let me be ruled by?...
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    Dull aches in my head Burdens my fall to the floor Simple heaviness...
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    Choked desperation For a tickling relief Rejuvenation...

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