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Zack Looking Back: We Were Soldiers (2002)

Zack Looking Back ('09)/Eastside Entertainment Editor

November 30, 2008

Director: Randall Wallace (Braveheart, Pearl Harbor) Main Characters/Cast: Lt. Col. Hal Moore-Mel Gibson Julie Moore-Madeleine Stowe Maj. Bruce ‘Snake' Crandall-Greg Kinnear Sgt. Maj. Basil Plumley-Sam Elliot 2nd Lt. Jack...

Zack Looking Back: One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest

Zack Looking Back ('09)/Eastside Entertainment Editor

November 22, 2008

About Zack Looking Back: Eastside Entertainment Editor Zack Rosenblatt ('09) will watch, discuss and review films from the past that he has yet to see. Every genre, be it comedy, romance or horror will be reviewed at some point,...

Eastside Entertainment Editor Zack Rosenblatt (’09) predicts Oscar contenders for Best Picture

Zack Rosenblatt ('09)/Eastside Entertainment Editor

November 16, 2008

We are now into what is considered the time of the year for studios to release movies in hopes of garnering some Academy Award attention. In most years, there are a number of films that are considered "frontrunners" in the major...

Fringe “The Cure”

Zack Rosenblatt (’09)/ Eastside Entertainment Editor

October 25, 2008

Synopsis:  The team investigates a diner full of people dead from apparent radiation poisoning.  The source of the radiation was assumed to be a woman who had vanquished three weeks prior. When another woman goes missing, th...

Senate honors Brad Hennefer

Zack Rosenblatt (’09)/ Eastside Entertainment Editor

October 25, 2008

On Thursday October 23rd, Cherry Hill East's Varsity basketball team was honored by the New Jersey State Senate in recognition for Brad Hennefer.The Joint Legislative Resolution presented to each player and coach reads as follows: JOINT...

My Own Worst Enemy “Breakdown”

Zack Rosenblatt ('09)/Eastside Entertainment Editor

October 14, 2008

Synopsis: Movie star Christian Slater tries to make the transition to the small screen in NBC’s latest new series, “My Own Worst Enemy”. Slater stars as Henry Spivey, an “average Joe” with a wife, kids and a decent...

Fringe “The Arrival”

Zack Rosenblatt (’09)

October 1, 2008

Synopsis:  The team is called into action after a mysterious explosion occurs in New York City, the latest event in this so-called “trend”. The apparent cause of the explosion was a cylinder smashing into a gas main. Pet...

East’s bracketologists dissect the 2008 NCAA Tournament

Zack Rosenblatt ('09), Nate Mulberg ('10), Justin Henderson ('10) and Scott Gross ('09)/ Eastside Staff

March 20, 2008

The expert bracketologists of period 7 Journalism, Zack Rosenblatt (’09), Justin Henderson (’10) and Nate Mulberg (’10), take you through the NCAA Division I Basketball Tournament region by region. Stuck on a match-up whi...

March Madness 2008: ACC

Zack Rosenblatt (’09)/ Eastside Staff

March 16, 2008

On November 5, there were 341 different schools competing at the Division I level. In a just a few days, on March 16, that number will be reduced to 65. And the most exhilarating games college basketball has to offer will comme...

Philadelphia 76ers ’07-’08 Preview

Zack Rosenblatt (’09)/ Eastside Staff

October 28, 2007

For the first time in 11 years, the Sixers will be beginning the season without the services of Allen Iverson. Without a doubt, Iverson will never be forgotten in local circles for the entertaining 11 (10 and a half actually)...

Fall TV Preview

Zack Rosenblatt (’09)/ For Eastside

October 26, 2007

The new TV season is upon us, and it promises to be a very entertaining year. With more then 20 new shows hoping to become the next “Heroes,” or “Ugly Betty”, viewers can only hope that at least some of them will turn...

Review: The Kingdom

Zack Rosenblatt (’09)/ For Eastside

October 8, 2007

Whether or not terrorism should be treated as a civil matter opposed to a military one is a key question at the center of the Iraq war debate. The issue is clearly raised throughout the Peter Berg (Friday Night Lights, the Ru...