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When Netflix’s “The Outsider” was announced, it seemed like it would be an easy movie to review, even if it was only entertaining due to its ridiculousness. Instead, it’s just boring. The movie is two dreary hours of nothing and is led by one of the worst performances of the industry’s most …

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Though it may seem hard to believe at first, the soon-to-be-released movie “Tag,” starring Jeremy Renner, Jon Hamm and Ed Helms, is based on the true story of a group of 10 friends from Spokane who have been playing the same game of tag for decades. 

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Have you ever questioned the nature of your reality? This question, asked repeatedly (both literally and figuratively) throughout the first season of HBO’s Westworld, is the driving force behind the powerful and thought-provoking narrative in which the cable network appears to have found the…

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It only took three episodes of Netflix’s “Luke Cage” to reach its peak. In one scene, the titular hero rips a car door off of its hinges and proceeds to use it as a battering ram, slamming his way through an entire complex of drug-dealing henchmen while Ol’ Dirty Bastard’s hype-inducing trac…

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Senior Natalie Hoebing, a business major with two simultaneous internships and concentrations in finance and entrepreneurship, is on the fast track to a successful business career. Not every business major, however, buys paint by the gallon and has art featured in Terrain, Spokane’s most wel…

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The downtown streets of Spokane were filled with young and old art lovers alike for the ninth annual Terrain event last Friday. Thousands of people gathered in the Washington Co. Cracker building to see and hear the photography, paintings, spoken word, interactive demonstrations and music. 

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The National Security Agency (NSA) was hit with another headache when “Snowden” hit theatres on Sept. 16.  The film is a provocative Oliver Stone direction focusing on the psychological, moral trauma of former NSA contractee Edward Snowden, who disclosed thousands of classified government do…

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As the school year takes off, clubs and organizations are meeting, homework is accumulating at an alarming rate and in the midst of it all is Coffeehouse. Every Wednesday at 8 p.m., for an hour, live music from far and wide plays in the Starbucks in Hemmingson. 

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In 1967, “The Jungle Book” was released as Walt Disney’s 19th animated feature film. To this day it remains a classic for Disney fans young and old. 

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For years, Batman and Superman fans have been waiting for the opportunity to see these two titans on the big screen. And with the recent wave of superhero movies from Marvel, it was time for the Warner Brothers to kick off their own cinematic universe with the DC superheroes. "Batman v. Supe…

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The Wild and Scenic Film Festival, an environmental film festival encouraging conversation within the community about environmental issues and solutions, will take place tonight from 7-9 p.m. at the Garland Theater. The film festival is hosted by Spokane Riverkeeper, Mountain Gear and Patagonia.

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Born and raised on the Spokane Indian Reservation in Wellpinit, Washington, Sherman Alexie has become a pre-eminent voice in literature and for the Native American experience in America.

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LIGHTS. CAMERA. FIGHT! Starting Friday, participants will have 48 hours to write a script, film, edit and compile a 4-6 minute movie for Gonzaga’s first Film Fight (GUFF).

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A short film by GU alumnus Jeff Rutherford will be shown in this year’s Spokane International Film Festival (SpIFF).