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Dalton’s Cinema Spot- The Other Woman

Dalton's Cinema Spot- The Other Woman

Dalton Valette, Opinions Editor

April 25, 2014

PG-13, 109 minutes Starring- Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann, Kate Upton 1.5/ 5 Stars           And here in celluloid form is the death of feminism. The Other Woman centers on Carly (Diaz) who has the perfect relationship with her new beau (Game of Throne’s Nikola Coster-Waldau), until Carly...

Dalton’s Cinema Spot- Noah

Dalton's Cinema Spot- Noah

Dalton Valette, Opinions Editor

March 30, 2014

PG-13, 139 minutes Starring- Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly, Ray Winstone 4/ 5 Stars             Let me start by saying, this is by no means Ben-Hur or The Ten Commandments as far as Biblical epics are concerned, but that I feel is to be expected. Noah is completely different from ...

Dalton’s Cinema Spot- The Grand Budapest Hotel

Poster courtesy of Fox Searchlight Pictures

Dalton Valette, Opinions Editor

March 30, 2014

R, 100 minutes Starring- Ralph Fiennes, F. Murray Abraham, Adrien Brody 5/5 Stars             Any fan of director Wes Anderson, and simply fans of quirky, fun, zany movies will adore The Grand Budapest Hotel. In the movie, Ralph Fiennes stars as a concierge name Gustave H., who is lov...

Dalton’s Cinema Spot- 300: Rise of an Empire

Dalton's Cinema Spot- 300: Rise of an Empire

Dalton Valette, Opinions Editor

March 7, 2014

R, 102 minutes Starring- Sullivan Stapleton, Eva Green, Lena Heady 2.5/5 Stars Being a fan of 2006's 300 (4/5 stars), I was excited for seeing the sequel, even though I felt it was largely an unnecessary add on to an already impressive film. Alas, I was sadly right, mostly. Rise takes place before, ...

Dalton’s Cinema Spot- Non-Stop

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Dalton Valette, Opinions Editor

February 28, 2014

PG-13, 106 minutes Starring- Liam Neeson, Juliane Moore, Michelle Dockary 3.5/5 Stars Neeson's still got the goods! Liam Neeson stars as Bill Marks, an alcoholic Air Marshall who is mourning the loss of his daughter. On board a flight to London, Marks receives information from a blocked number...

Dalton’s Cinema Spot- The Lego Movie

Dalton's Cinema Spot- The Lego Movie

Dalton Valette, Opinions Editor

February 9, 2014

PG, 100 minutes Starring- Chris Pratt, Elizabeth Banks, Will Ferrell 4.5/ 5 Stars             Who would have thought it possible that an entire movie could be made (and made well!) about Legos? The Lego Movie centers on Emmet (Pratt), a typical, generic construction worker living ...

Confessions of a Marxist

Confessions of a Marxist

Malachi Dray, Guest Writer

January 30, 2014

(The views expressed below are solely the opinion of Malachi Dray and do not represent the views of the Howler. As a forum for free expression The Howler strives to represent diverse student opinions.) It is clear to any eye that we live in a broken world, where oppression rejoices and mercy struggles to keep pa...

Dalton’s Cinema Spot- August: Osage County

Dalton's Cinema Spot- August: Osage County

Dalton Valette, Opinions Editor

January 13, 2014

R, 121 minutes Starring- Meryl Streep, Julia Roberts, Ewan McGregor 4.5/ 5 Stars There’s an old saying that goes along the lines of this, you can choose your spouse, but you can’t choose your family. Truer words could not be spoken in describing one of the most dysfunctional families brough...

Dalton’s Cinema Spot- Her

Dalton's Cinema Spot- Her

Dalton Valette, Opinions Editor

January 12, 2014

R,126 minutes Starring- Joaquin Phoenix, Scarlett Johansson, Amy Adams 5/5 Stars This is a very strange and wonderful film, that’s for sure. Her is set in the distant future when man is obsessed with all things technology based, so really present day. Theodore (Phoenix) is a lonely man wh...

Dalton’s Cinema Spot- Out of the Furnace

Dalton's Cinema Spot- Out of the Furnace

Dalton Valette, Opinions Editor

December 8, 2013

R, 116 minutes Starring- Christian Bale, Casey Affleck, Woody Harrelson 2.5/ 5 Stars “If you can’t stand the heat, then get out of the kitchen,” President Harry S. Truman used to say. Unfortunately, I wish it was a bit hotter, then maybe Out of the Furnace would have been more successf...

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