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“The Living Room of Jacksonville”: Residents Rage Against Sale of Five Points Theater

Words by Mallory Pace Since 2011, the Sun-Ray Cinema has been a landmark spot for what’s widely considered the last of historic movie theaters, bringing in residents from all corners and outskirts of Riverside, providing a feeling of nostalgia for when times were simpler, people were friendlier, and movie concessions were cheaper. Before it was Sun-Ray, it was a conglomerate

July 2024 Film Reviews

INSIDE OUT 2 Pixar’s “Inside Out” explored our feelings by taking us inside the mind of a young girl named Riley where we see the personified emotions Joy, Sadness, Anger, Fear and Disgust working together in a control room to guide her through life’s ups and downs. The sequel picks

Premium Rush Movie Review

August 26, 2012
by Rick Grant The lead character in this Bicycle Messenger caper, Wilee (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) takes his job seriously as part of a security messenger service that promises that once the letter or package is in the bag, it is delivered to the addressee, pronto. So when some dirty cop, Bobby

SPARKLE movie review

August 17, 2012
by Alexandra McClain Before there was Dreamgirls , there was Sparkle. The original movie was inspired by girl groups of the time like the Supremes and directed by Sam O’Steen. Surely by now we all know the plot; a group of young girls who are talented singers looking to make

THE CAMPAIGN movie review

August 9, 2012
by Alexandra McClain The Campaign, starring Will Ferrell and Zach Galifinakis, serves as great comic relief during the current Obama and Romney political campaign. With such a timely release, this movie may be the only thing to laugh about in politics for the next three months. Ferrell and Galifinakis play

The Bourne Legacy movie review

August 9, 2012
by Rick Grant The rationale for seeing this next Bourne movie without Matt Damon is: Jeremy Renner took the lead as another loose end of a devious CIA black program to create super operatives. Renner got noticed in his Oscar nominated lead in “The Hurt Locker,” Then he was critically

Music makes BRAVE complete

June 27, 2012
Hands On Jacksonville We Power Up Jax by Aaron Kinney Pixar is kind of a big deal. For almost 17 years, the Disney subsidiary has created massive hits that at once delight and depress. Just try to say the opening scenes of Up weren’t among the most beautiful and
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