Adam Staten

Weekly Movie Review: Kong: Skull Island

March 16, 2017 Adam Staten

Kong: Skull Island; weakly written, but impressively shot Hollywood is a big fan of sequels and remakes. They help to minimize the substantial financial uncertainty most movies present at the box office. In addition to […]

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Weekly Movie Review: Table 19

March 10, 2017 Adam Staten

Table 19; R.S.V.P yes for this one Getting married is a ceremony with life-changing ramifications, no matter how many times you happen to go through the occasion. It’s also a time, right or wrong, to […]

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Weekly Movie Review: A United Kingdom

March 2, 2017 Adam Staten

A United Kingdom; an unconventional love story Most people are by nature creatures of habit. These habits and routines, while they may become predictable and boring can help to provide safety and stability. Whether we’d […]

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Weekly Movie Review: The Great Wall

February 23, 2017 Adam Staten

The Great Wall; Unfinished story with inspiring visuals In the last year or so, walls and fences have received a lot of attention. Regardless of how you feel about the idea of a physical barrier […]

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Weekly Movie Review: Fifty Shades Darker

February 16, 2017 Adam Staten

Fifty Shades Darker; many shades terrible Valentine’s Day, a day set aside to recognize that warm fuzzy feeling called love, can be a make or break occasion in relationships. Spending too little or purchasing the […]

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Weekly Movie Review: Split

January 26, 2017 Adam Staten

Split; Another forgetful January release Some people and even a number of issues are so polarizing, so divisive that merely mentioning them can lead to elevated blood pressures and loud, heated discussions. In politics, the […]

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Pressing on: UIndy revives lost art form

January 19, 2017 Marianne Coil

Revival of lost art form is explored in University of Indianapolis exhibit and upcoming film The rollers for ink, the miles of antique printing equipment in collectors’ basements, the specimen books of beautiful Victorian typeface […]

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Weekly Movie Review: Live by the Night

January 19, 2017 Adam Staten

Live by Night; Too much story, too little cohesion Whether we’d like to admit it or not, crime is a part of our everyday lives. Crime and its often-devastating consequences drive many of our decisions. […]