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Photo courtesy of IMDB Story by Nick Lester / Contributing Writer “A Wrinkle in Time” was released in theaters on March 9. If you went to into the premiere completely blind and hadn’t seen any  trailers for the movie, you might have had a hard time believing that the same studio responsible for the live-action …

Photo courtesy of IMDB When I think back to elementary school, I remember Black History Month revolving around Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks and learning how bad slavery was. That’s it. Even throughout middle and high school, there wasn’t a ton of shared information on the topic. The school system taught me the basics about …

 Story by Nicholas Lester / Contributing Writer When I first saw the trailer for Disney/Pixar’s “Coco” back in April, I felt uninspired. “It just looks like a ripoff of ‘The Book of Life,’” I told myself.   Note to self — never bet against Pixar ever again. This movie is the best Pixar film since …

Photo by Tayhlor Stephenson / Lifestyles Editor The night began with aspiring little mermaids, decked out in Ariel costumes and contagious smiles, storming the Tennessee Performing Arts Center for the opening performance of Disney’s “The Little Mermaid.” But young girls only accounted for about half of Tuesday night’s audience; the other half was comprised of …

Doctor Strange

Photo courtesy of Marvel Studios By Abigail Miller/ Staff writer One thing that superhero fans have learned in recent years is to never doubt or underestimate Marvel. After the success of “Guardians of the Galaxy,” it became clear that Stan Lee’s team could turn even the strangest, most unexpected superheroes into box-office stars. So when “Doctor …

Photo courtesy of Disney Pixar Three members of Sidelines saw “Finding Dory” opening weekend and were all pleasantly surprised by the sequel to Pixar’s “Finding Nemo”, but for different reasons. Nostalgic, but original:  Thirteen years after Nemo first touched the butt, I glued mine anxiously to a cinema seat to see if Pixar could successfully recapture the …