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21 Jump Street is funny, not gross

21 Jump Street is funny, not  gross

March 28, 2012

Ally Johnson  Journal Staff 21 Jump Street is full of surprises. Number one: it isn’t all gross-out humor. Number two: Channing Tatum can act and be funny. Number three: this movie is genuinely funny beginning to end and not all of the jokes are stuffed into the trailer. Read More »...

Brunett doesn’t cut it with ‘Gone’

Brunett doesn’t cut it with ‘Gone’

February 28, 2012

Meagan Kennelly  Journal Staff A lot can be done with a mind-bending plot line putting the audience in suspense, trying to figure out whether the main character should be suing the Oregon police department for negligence or checking herself into an insane asylum.  Unfortunately though, writer A...

Michaelson tweaks sound on Human Again

Michaelson tweaks sound on Human Again

Ally Thibault

February 1, 2012

Ingrid Michaelson’s fifth studio album, released last Tuesday, branches out from the classic indie, folk sound her fans have come to expect. Human Again takes the emphasis off the innocent ukulele melodies and cute lyrics, replacing them with faster beats and more dramatic narratives.   The...

‘Play in the Gray’ a Refreshing, Entertaining Documentary

‘Play in the Gray’ a Refreshing, Entertaining Documentary

Lexis Galloway

November 18, 2010

Lexis Galloway Journal Staff ‘Play in the Gray,’ (Planted Seed Productions) the first film shown in the new Modern Theatre in close to 40 years, is a documentary that follows an all female theatre group and their exploration into gender and personal identity. A performance group called "All the ...

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