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Rise of the Guardians guards DreamWorks reputation

Joe Incollingo ('13)/Eastside Entertainment Editor

November 23, 2012

Disney’s CG animator Pixar is arguably suffering from a hiccup in their otherwise pristine record, and nobody could be more excited than archrival DreamWorks Animation. The company's upcoming Rise of the Guardians stars Chris Pine, A...

Skyfall soars above expectations

Joe Incollingo ('13)/Eastside Entertainment Editor

November 19, 2012

Nothing hurts more than hearing you’ve done a bad job. When disappointment stops stinging, there comes a resolve to make up for it. It’s all the stronger when you’re putting James Bond into theaters. If you take a step...

Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, a biting review of a movie that leaves no mark

Joe Incollingo ('13)/ Eastside Entertainment Editor

June 23, 2012

Faced at last with the opportunity to see a movie about a U.S. president and the undead, one should think of no better time for it than midnight. Yet, why anyone would try to think like this about a film such as Abraham Lincoln:...

The Battle for an Oscar: The Descendants

Joe Incollingo ('13)/Eastside staff

February 26, 2012

Life is hard a lot of the time. Take Matt King as an example. The man juggles two troubled daughters and an emotionally-distant and recently comatose wife, while still making the life-changing decisions that his family depends...

Cherish the Light Years album review

Joe Incollingo ('13)/Eastside staff

April 23, 2011

Sometimes it feels like the 80’s, with all of their tight clothes, Kevin Bacon, and synthpop, never left. While Spandex and Footloose deserve as much attention as anything, one must appreciate that, while society was quick to...

The Oscars “Best Picture” candidates: The Social Network

Joe Incollingo ('13)/Eastside staff

February 27, 2011

It’s safe to say that there are few geniuses left in the world. As things generally turn out, these few geniuses do something genius; books are written about their genius, and then other geniuses adapt those books into genius...