The highly anticipated “Fifty Shades of Grey” movie was a financial success with masses of mommy bloggers and impressionable teenage girls flocking to see the controversial and taboo movie Valentine’s Day weekend. However, having high commercial success doesn’t make up for the fact that “Fifty Shades” is a dangerous film.
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For three semesters Paul Alvarez, professor of movement and sports science, has been showcasing sports films for the students of La Verne in his class American Values in Sports Films.
I go to the movies quite often. I probably go too often if you ask my friends; I have seen the movies most television previews advertise. I enjoy being entertained and escaping from the world for two hours during a stressful week.
Since I cannot be queen for the day and fix all of the world’s problems, and instead of writing about something that is bothering me, I thought that this week I would share a bit more about one thing that I thoroughly enjoy, and that is watching old movies.
Give me a musical any day. I would much rather watch a black and white movie over a gross-out teen flick with bad dialogue. I have to admit that I’m a classic Hollywood fan—ever since I was little, I’ve been obsessed with movie stars and their old-school glamour.
The summer movie season has begun. There is a wide selection opening in theaters in the following months, with everything from superhero blockbusters to light comedies to suspense films. Here are the top ten movies you should not miss.
With the end of beach tans and the start of textbooks flipping open, the summer movie season is in the history books.
Movies opening this summer promise excitement, blockbuster special effects and new installments of many fan favorites like “Spiderman 3” and “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix.”