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Movie Review: Gravity
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Movie Review: Gravity

Round and Round and Round She Goes… by J. Scott Southworth Watch it… to experience a roller-coaster of a movie, a disaster film in space that introduces fascinatingly detailed models of some of the most famous objects in earth orbit, and then gleefully destroys them. Avoid it… if you are hoping for a spacefaring drama...

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Movie Review: Rush

High on Velocity by J. Scott Southworth Watch it… to feel one of this year’s truly unique experiences, a racing film and biopic that distinguishes itself with a fierce integrity of character. Avoid it… and go to one of the many knock-off and franchise blockbusters currently running unique characters if fresh experiences are not your...

Movie Review: Prisoners
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Movie Review: Prisoners

Hell is Depending on Other People by J. Scott Southworth Watch it… if you like your thrillers served smart and sensitive, with a rich blend of external and internal conflict and a dash of ethical dilemma for spice. Avoid it… if you find thrillers in general are not your cup of tea, or if you...

Review: Pensacola Little Theatre’s ‘Godspell’
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Review: Pensacola Little Theatre’s ‘Godspell’

Electric, but Hardly Divine by J. Scott Southworth This week, rather than critiquing another film in wide release, The Corsair has instead been offered an opportunity by the Pensacola Little Theatre to see and review their newest show, ‘Godspell.’ The Little Theatre is located in downtown Pensacola. Address and ticket information are available at the...

Movie Review: Lee Daniels’ The Butler
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Movie Review: Lee Daniels’ The Butler

Being Black in a White Nation by J. Scott Southworth Watch it… if you have any interest in all in the American Civil Rights movement, for The Butler provides a provocative examination of the movement from a variety of perspectives. Avoid it… if you think that all history is boring and relevance is a drag,...

Grammy Award winning band Swicthfoot to play in Pensacola
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Grammy Award winning band Swicthfoot to play in Pensacola

  By Ally Doty Grammy Award-winning Christian Rock band Switchfoot will be preforming at the Pensacola Interstate Fair Friday, Oct. 25 to promote the release of their new album and upcoming film. The album, to be released in January, will go hand-in-hand with the film Fading West; a detailed perspective on the lives of the...

Review: “Men are Dogs” – a Play on words.
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Review: “Men are Dogs” – a Play on words.

by Danielle Storley “Men are Dogs,” a realistic romantic comedy by playwright Joe Simonelli, was the most recent production by PSC’s Performing Arts Department. Director Rodney Whatley brought the somewhat adult-themed play to life, with the actors starring in roles that required wisdom way beyond their years. The play centers on a psychiatrist, Cecilia Monahan...

Movie Review: Star Trek Into Darkness
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Movie Review: Star Trek Into Darkness

by Hope Hall “Star Trek Into the Darkness” is a sci-fi action/adventure movie loosely based on Gene Rodenberry’s classic original series. The film follows Captain James T. Kirk, his first officer Spock, and the other familiar characters through a journey involving genetically enhanced humans, a renegade Star Fleet officer, and a startling discovery of a...

Edgy writer Addonizio mixes blues, poetry in presentation
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Edgy writer Addonizio mixes blues, poetry in presentation

by Danielle Storley Poet Kim Addonizio conjured the spirits of trains passing through from another time as she presented poetry and “train songs” played on the harmonica in a visit to the Pensacola Campus for a poetry workshop and speaking event on April 11. Addonizio, an award-winning American poet, and novelist has been called “one...

Review: Jumping into the “Rabbit Hole”
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Review: Jumping into the “Rabbit Hole”

by Danielle Storley Intense emotion and genuine acting shared the stage recently during the Pensacola State College Theater Department’s presentation of the play “Rabbit Hole” at the Ashmore Fine Arts Auditorium. A contemporary drama about the grief of a couple recovering from losing their four-year-old son, the play was directed by Rodney Whatley. The grieving...