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Photo courtesy of Sony Pictures “So, I just saw ‘Sausage Party.’” That is about the only comment one can make after seeing a film so unabashedly filled with cursing, food puns, and enough sex jokes to make any desensitized college student blush. From start to finish, the movie tosses indecent illustrations of character interactions and …

Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures Spoiler alert: If you do not want the fun to be spoiled, you’ll skip over this “Suicide Squad” review that has completely reasonable plot details. We’d rather the disappointment hit you in the theater. Before the days of “Batman v Superman’s” man-child angst-fest and Nolan’s gritty (and achingly human) trilogy, we had DC films …

Photo courtesy of Columbia Pictures The film that sparked a thousand angry internet arguments has finally hit the silver screen. Everyone who’s anyone has fired up their proverbial proton packs, while anticipating the return of a beloved franchise and a legendary name: “Ghostbusters”. Once helmed by such talents as Bill Murray and Dan Aykroyd, the …

Photo by Tanner Dedmon, Managing Editor More than 15 million people have caught Pokemon GO fever, and students at MTSU are no exception. Students and other residents of Murfreesboro can be found roaming campus each day and night since the game’s release, searching far and wide for new pocket monsters. Some players are seasoned veterans …

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 …

Photo by John Partipilo / The Tennessean MANCHESTER, Tenn. — Sturdy fans had plenty from which to choose beyond headlining Dead & Company on the closing Sunday of the 15th annual Bonnaroo Music Festival, from a bluegrass supergroup to experimental rockers to old-school funk and soul. Bluegrass SuperJam stays steadfast Imagine having to compete with Sunday’s …