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Daredevil season three returns to the show’s roots, plays to its strengths

November 13, 2018

Bennett Ryynanen reviews the most recent season of Marvel’s Daredevil.

‘A Year with Frog and Toad’ shines at UW-River Falls

November 12, 2018

Madelyn Markulics gives a review on the University of Wisconsin-River Falls Student Theater production of “A Year with Frog and Toad.”

Gaga and Cooper capture audiences in “A Star is Born”

November 4, 2018

“A Star is Born” is a classic tale of romance and two worlds flying in opposite directions. This is the fourth remake, as the movie’s story first came to the screen in 1937. The story still follows two lovers, in this adaptation, Bradley Cooper plays a self-destructive country-rock singer named Jackson Maine, while Lady Gaga plays the rising to fame pop singer Ally. This film explores love and hardships as the two paths merge.

The Student Voice reviews ‘Spotlight’

October 3, 2018

In honor of student journalism’s return to campus, I decided to review one of the best tributes to the trade in recent memory. 2015’s “Spotlight” tells the story of the Pulitzer-winning Boston Globe team who uncovered longstanding patterns of sexual abusive behavior in the Catholic Church. The movie not only tactfully handles on difficult subjects, but also provides one of the most realistic depictions of journalists’ day to day work.

‘In-Lawfully Yours’: Don’t sleep in a dead wife’s bed

May 2, 2018

This movie was suggested to me by my grandma and I hope that my grandmother thinks about what she has done, because this is not the best movie in the world. This is painful and awkward and horrible, and why do these people have such weird relationships?

‘Tragedy girls?’ More like strategy girls

April 25, 2018

It gets 4/5 stars. It didn’t have the make outs my heart desired, but it had the murders I needed to make it through the week.

Beth’s trailer predictions: movies to maybe see this summer

April 18, 2018

On that note, it’s been a fairly stressful week in roomhold (just my room, which is just me). Therefore, we are going to look towards the sweet cheesy future at movies I will maybe (probably not) see.

‘A Quiet Place’ keeps audiences silent, in suspense

April 11, 2018

The movie, directed by “Office” alum John Krasinski, opens on day 89 after an unspecified apocalyptic event. Using minimal dialogue, the movie relies heavily on visuals to communicate just enough to the viewer about what’s happened to the world. Newspapers scattered throughout the ruined city establish exactly how quickly society fell to this unseen threat. One headline reads, “It’s sound.” “You’re on your own,” says another.

‘The Little Hours’: Velma ruins everything

April 11, 2018

This week I watched “The Little Hours,” which is about nuns being nuns and doing un-nun things.

‘Death Note’, the worst movie you can find

April 4, 2018

I’m going to be honest, It was actually the worst movie, like ever. Like I’ve seen some things, but at least those things are kinda funny. This is not, this just happened.

‘Twilight’ extended edition: same vampires, more make out scenes

March 28, 2018

I’d like to extend my hand to the twilight extended edition…. And slap it.
Here is a fact that has been reiterated to the student voice staff multiple times this year: I watch the movie Twilight, like, a lot.

‘Reign’ gives a super dramatic take on famous European royalty

March 21, 2018

“Reign” is like a heavenly rain of horribleness that I want to soak the organs of my soul. Most of the men are okay looking but not great, most of the women are only mildly whiny, but the costumes are like ten out of ten “Gossip Girl” level excellence.

‘I Give it a Year’: more like, I give it a three

March 7, 2018

It’s so easy to cut off people who hurt you, but sometimes it’s more beneficial to ask why something happened and how you can fix it. Part of being a mature and healthy adult is facing conflict rationally and treating other people with respect regardless of your own opinions (not talking dirt, insulting them, screaming at them in hallways).These people are not mature and healthy adults.

What’s your favorite breakfast? ‘One Small Hitch’ is a little weird but a little good

February 28, 2018

This week our movie caused me to reflect on many aspects of my life, such as my choice of favorite breakfast and my hair color. “One Small Hitch” is a romantic comedy recommended to me by a very cool lady who works at the Involvement Center and may or may not be one of the best people I’ve met.

‘Kiki’s Delivery Service’: coming of age with a fantasy twist

February 21, 2018

To preface this article, I would like to apologize to Jacinta, a beautiful and perfect woman who recommended another movie this week for review. I had to push back that review to next week because it is not every day that you get an opportunity to watch “Kiki’s Delivery Service.”