By Joshua Dorsey, Reporter
“Dinner for Schmucks” is comedy that is based off of an old French film called “The Dinner Game.” This film is directed by Jay Roach, who also directed “Austin Powers” and “Meet the Parents.” › Continue reading
By Michael Dillon, Copy Editor
Hundreds of people crowded inside the 1st Bank Center in Broomfield, Colo. on Wednesday, Oct. 27. There were people of all shapes and sizes, but they all shared one thing in common: they were there for the concert of a lifetime. › Continue reading
By Katie Stefanek
“Eat Pray Love” hit the theaters this summer. Starring Julia Roberts, this movie really sparked drama and romance, leaving audiences like myself with a better perspective on finding true love and accepting yourself for who you are. › Continue reading
While an older movie, Hayao Miyazaki’s “Spirited Away” is an enchanting tale about a ten-year-old girl named Chihiro, who enters a world of mystical, magical things that are not always what they seem. She must learn to become independent and also how to handle more adult situations.
Chihiro’s parents are moving and, like most children, she is upset, sullen and completely against the idea. Her father takes a wrong turn that leads them to what appears to be an abandoned amusement park. Thinking there is no harm, they explore. Chihiro fights to get her parents to leave, but it’s a no go; her parents start to gorge themselves on some food at a stand that is so delicious that they can’t stop eating. › Continue reading
This little, portable, 1-by-4-inch gadget may look like your average cell phone or camera, but it is actually the Flip video camcorder. This small piece of technology is so easy to use, and all for prices ranging from just $150 to $200.
Using this puppy is as easy as one, two, and three. There are only three buttons you can push, so it is pretty hard to mess anything up on this video recorder. The big red button is obviously the record button, the triangle is the play button, and finally, the trash can is how you throw away a video you no longer want. But there are also left and right touch screen arrows that you can use to switch from video to video. › Continue reading
Don’t pick up this game unless you are willing to snort (on command) when you laugh, say “thingy“ when referring to dice, cards, or game pieces, or if you are afraid of mimes or miming anything. “Imaginations” Quelf is a hilarious game full of fun and plenty of laughter.
The lost art of having fun while playing a board game is discovered once again as you play one of eight characters: Lugnut, Mrs. Pickle Feather, Batbileg Chinzori, the Dude, Queen Spatula, The Platypus, the Biscuit Farmer and, of course, our friendly Super Ninja Monkey. The goal of the game is to reach the rocket after going on the multicolored road of purple, green, blue, yellow and red. › Continue reading
Who would have imagined that you could play Nintendo and work out at the same time? Not me, but now I have realized that the Wii Fit system makes it possible for me to stay fit as well as have fun for a pretty reasonable price of about $100.
Take it from me, not a very big fan of video games, I absolutely love this game. It is so entertaining, but best of all, I can feel it toning and stretching certain parts of my body. It’s like a two for one deal! And the game actually tracks your progress or lack thereof every time you use it. › Continue reading
Jim Carey gives audiences a great portrayal of Charles Dickens’ classic holiday grouch, Ebenezer Scrooge, in the Disney Pixar film, “A Christmas Carol,” now in theaters. Carey’s performance in 2000’s “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” as the notorious mean one, Mr. Grinch, gave new life to the classic Dr. Seuss character and this year, Carey has done the same for Ebenezer Scrooge in “A Christmas Carol.” Dickens’ story of giving and greed jumps off the pages and onto the big screen with a big splash, thanks to Disney Pixar’s excellent production and casting.
Carey plays Ebenezer Scrooge, a cold-hearted miser concerned only with business matters, even with the Christmas spirit of giving and fellowship all around him.
On Christmas Eve, after grudgingly sending home his assistant, Bob Cratchit, the sullen Scrooge sulks alone in his home when the spirit of his partner Jacob Marley, dead seven years ago on that very night, pays him a visit. › Continue reading
The ace of all cake shows
By Jasmine DeFreitas
If you’ve ever watched “Ace of Cakes,” then you know this is one Food Network show that stands out on Tuesday and Thursday nights at 8 p.m. The individuals on this show are creative, kooky and just plain funny.
“Ace of Cakes” is a fun show, and probably the biggest rival is “Cake Boss” on TLC. What stands out between the two shows is the amount of drama.
No offense, but if I wanted to see drama, even Italian style drama, I’d either go watch a bunch of students in middle and high school, or pick up a movie about the Mafia. › Continue reading
By Whitney Chumacero
Are you ready for an explosion to go off in your mouth? An explosion full of flavor, that is. Well, get ready, because once you have one sip of this drink, you will be addicted!
As you may know, Main Street Coffee offers a variety of drinks, but until you have had the Creamy Caramel Coffee, you haven’t experienced a real beverage.
The simple name doesn’t compare to the impressive taste this drink has. › Continue reading
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