By Harry Fisher
It has a very different tone than the games, but on its own, it can be a rather entertaining movie.
By REBECCA MELSON
With this year’s intense presidential election and the general social atmosphere in our American society today, it is clear that the definition of patriotism is changing. This is especially apparent in the actions of American athletes Gabby Douglas and Colin Kaepernick.
By RITA BAILEY
The showing of “Looper,” directed by Rian Johnson and starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Bruce Willis, was a success for Cheap Seats viewers on Friday, Feb. 1.
By CHELSEA FULLER
Tuesday, Nov. 6, launched the beginning of the Jewish Cultural Celebration week at the University of Mary Washington, although the election was what seemed to be on every student’s mind.
By TENILLE GOODMAN
The Academy Award winning Best Picture, “The King’s Speech,” is coming to Cheap Seats.
The film, a British period piece, is based on the true story of Albert Frederick Arthur George, the Duke of York, who, unless …
CHEAP SEATS: After a Stellar First Hour, ‘Deathly Hallows’ Reverts Back to Same Old ‘Potter’ GarbageMarch 9, 2011 | The Blue & Gray Press
I have an active hatred for the first six “Potter” movies, so when people told me that “Deathly Hallows: Part 1” is leagues beyond the other movies, I was pretty skeptical. And rightly so.
Those first six movies are awful. …
By MADELINE MCDONALD
Seven movies in, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1” finally proves how amazing the book series actually is.
Past “Harry Potter” films haven’t always lived up to their potential. They just couldn’t seem to manage …
“Machete” is here, for real this time. Ever since the amazing fake trailer for “Machete” appeared in the middle of the epic theater experience that was “Grindhouse,” people have been clamoring for more of this badass Mexican. I certainly was. …
Maybe I would have liked James Cameron’s mega-movie “Avatar” if I hadn’t seen Disney’s “Pocahontas” fifteen years ago. But I did, so instead I was just bored out of my mind. Sure, the special effects are great and the 3D …
BY ELIOT HAGEN
There’s never really been an unwatchable Bond movie. They all follow the same formula, incorporating guns, gadgets, girls and cars into a skeletal plotline. Each Bond movie is its own, so that each time we can see …