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REVIEW: ‘Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2′ is as fun as teeth removal

By Jared Huhta

Jared Huhta reviews "Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2." He explains why the film is a terrible excuse for a comedy.

ARTIST SPOTLIGHT: Shouse ‘blessed’ with opportunities for exposure

By Christian Herrera

In pursuit of following the footsteps in the great cinematographers before him, Matt Shouse encountered many opportunities for exposure, including being entered into the Heartland Film Festival two consecutive years.

REVIEW: ‘The Longest Ride’ challenges audiences to rethink Hollywood love

By Jac Rhine

"The Longest Ride" stands out with it's unparalleled outlook on love. Breaking away from Hollywood cliches, the film becomes an instant romantic classic. Jac Rhine reviews the film.

REVIEW: ‘Romeo and Juliet’ dazzles in excting modern adaption

By Cody Melin

The university's alterations to the classic Shakespearean play, "Romeo and Juliet," made for an enjoyable time as well as a captivating experience. Sophomore Cody Melin reviews the play.