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Opinion: ‘Master of None’ tackles millennials and minorities

June 13, 2017

The second season of "Master of None" has hit Netflix and is breaking down Hollywood stereotypes along the way. The show is shaped around a diverse cast with issues that speak directly to the people of the millennial generation.

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Movie reviews from the UP staff

May 2, 2017

Going In Style- The movie begins with three best friends who all worked at the same factory for 30 years only to find out thei...

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Movie reviews from the UP staff

April 24, 2017

Kong: Skull Island A British actor and a black actor walked onto a Hollywood set and created a Monkey movie masterpiece. “Kong: Skull ...

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Movie reviews from the UP staff

April 7, 2017

Beauty and the Beast In Disney’s new installment of remakes from their classic cartoons, “Beauty and the Beast” barely hol...

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Movie reviews from the UP staff

March 29, 2017

The LEGO Batman Movie The movie begins with a grand scheme plotted out by the Joker, Batman’s worst nemesis. Given the choi...

Maddy’s Movies: “A Million Ways to Die in the West” is a bunch of laughs with fart jokes, poop jokes and some actual dying in it

Maddy’s Movies: “A Million Ways to Die in the West” is a bunch of laughs with fart jokes, poop jokes and some actual dying in it

June 6, 2014

They may not have shown the million ways a person can die in the west in Seth MacFarlane’s new movie but there were ple...

“Maleficent” is an action-packed modern fairy tale that will forever change the way you imagine Disney villains

“Maleficent” is an action-packed modern fairy tale that will forever change the way you imagine Disney villains

June 2, 2014

Disney’s “Maleficent” is an action-packed fairy tale that blurs the lines between good and evil, changing the way you see villains forever. This b...

Maddy’s Movies: “X-Men: Days of Future Past” is for mutant lovers, not action enthusiasts

Maddy’s Movies: “X-Men: Days of Future Past” is for mutant lovers, not action enthusiasts

May 26, 2014

I may not be as crazy about the “X-Men” series as I am with “The Avengers” but I was looking forward to seeing some awesome mut...

Maddy’s Movies: “Godzilla” ROARS with everyone

Maddy’s Movies: “Godzilla” ROARS with everyone

May 17, 2014

An iconic movie monster becomes even more legendary in the newest version of “Godzilla.” I can honestly say there was not one m...

“The Amazing Spider-Man 2:” Not as bad as they said

“The Amazing Spider-Man 2:” Not as bad as they said

May 5, 2014

It started out as one of the most anticipated movies for this summer, but as premier day got nearer, negative reviews aligned one after the other got me doubting...

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Captain America: The Winter Soldier – Simply Marvelous

April 9, 2014

Superhero movies are often identified by their outlandish set pieces, high stakes and impressive visuals. That, combined with...

“The Wind Rises” is the perfect final film for master storyteller Hayao Miyazaki

Maddy Mesa

March 3, 2014

There have always been rumors. This is Hayao Miyazaki’s last film. No, this is Miyazaki’s last film. Well, whether this is his final film or not, master storyteller Hayao Miyazaki has created another beautiful film full of love and dreams with “The Wind Rises.” Adapted from Miyazaki’s own manga, the film is loosely based on a fictional biog...