Volume 1, Number 9 - March 2, 2011

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Don’t Go With It

After watching Just Go With It, it seemed aptly titled as a desperate way to lure someone into watching the film rather than that of relevancy to the film.

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Must-See Films At This Year’s Festival

The Miami International Film Festival returns for its 28th year. This year’s festival features 100 films from around the world, as well as a series of seminars hosted by industry professionals. The following are our selections for must see films at the 2011 MIFF. For more info, visit MIAMIFILMFESTIVAL.COM

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Nothing Is What It Seems In New Neeson Flick

Liam Neeson loses his identity in this action packed thriller, featuring a complex and somewhat confusing plot.

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Reliving The Glory Days

Sex is a major driving force in life, and it is the primary driving force behind the new comedy Hall Pass starring Owen Wilson and Jason Sudeikis.

Students Go Nuts In New Kendall Production

Under the direction of theatre veteran and off-Broadway performer Matthew Glass, the community was treated to a brilliant production—Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead— at the Kendall Campuses Studio Theater.

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Survival Horror Game Sets Higher Standard For Franchise

Building upon the success of the original, Dead Space 2 has a deeper storyline, a bigger arsenal of weapons, and a brand new multi-player mode.

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