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Cyrus’s ‘Bangerz’ tour showcases new Miley

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Erika Kinder , 4Play Writer
September 19, 2014

Being the daughter of famous country singer Billy Ray Cyrus, Miley Cyrus never really had her own spotlight when she was younger. Her popularity and fame status increased once she started her first ever world tour, the Best of Both Worlds concert. From that moment on, Miley became a sensation. Once Cyrus’s... Read more »

Kardashian game satisfies guilty pleasures

Veronica Plummer , 4Play Editor
September 19, 2014

A new discovery in the game world was unleashed on June 25, Kim Kardashian Hollywood, a game that stayed popular for the entirety of summer 2014. This game allows players to delve into their guilty pleasures—fame, fortune, and fun! You “design” a character at the beginning of the game and start... Read more »

‘Let’s Be Cops’ unlawfully bad

Bailey Stellmacher , Managing Editor
September 19, 2014

Twentieth Century Fox recently released a movie so terrible that it should be outlawed in all 50 states. “Let’s Be Cops” takes the buddy-buddy cop stereotype film to the next level, but not in a good way. The film follows around two friends who decide to wear policemen uniforms to a costume party.... Read more »

‘Madden 15’ big upgrade from past year

Chase Pendzich , 4Play Writer
September 19, 2014

EA Sports’ released its newest version of the popular video game franchise Madden Aug. 26 for the four major consoles. Most gamers think every year of Madden as the same old game just with updated rosters. “Madden 15” is far from just a carbon copy of last year’s game. Last year’s game was... Read more »

‘JAMFACTOR’ makes new jams

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Veronica Plummer , 4Play Editor
September 15, 2014

The goal of a band that has its first release, or even its last, is to interest the ears of a diverse audience. When asked to review “JAMFACTOR,” I felt unsure of it. I personally am a diverse person in terms of my music interests but I don’t typically listen to harder forms of rock. I like softer... Read more »

‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ rockets to top of summer charts

Bailey Stellmacher , Managing Editor
September 15, 2014

Marvel’s newest film, “Guardians of the Galaxy,” blew away competition at the box office this summer. The film has grossed nearly $275 million since its Aug. 1 release date, while “Maleficent,” the second-highest grossing movie of the summer, made more than $30 million less. The film chronicles... Read more »

My ‘Anaconda’ don’t want none

Veronica Plummer , 4Play Editor
September 15, 2014

Nicki Minaj’s newest song  was released Aug. 4, and it was big shocker. It received varying reviews coming from all around the United States that commented on the content of the song. The rapper built the entire single “Anaconda” around the beat and rap sample from Sir-Mix-A lot’s 1992 version... Read more »

‘Murder in the Mystery Suite’ Holds Different Kind of Mystery

Jessica Leighty , Photography Editor
September 5, 2014

In this new series by Ellery Adams, a plot twist and poorly chosen mystery leaves the story disappointing. Storyton Hall, a high-class resort in western Virginia, hosts a murder mystery week for fiction lovers. When two guests are found dead, the resort manager, Jane Steward, feels pressure to solve... Read more »

‘When the Game Stands Tall’ stands out among sports films

Bailey Stellmacher , Managing Editor
September 5, 2014

The plotline of a high school football team overcoming adversity and joining together to achieve success can easily come across as cliché and overdone. “When the Game Stands Tall,” however, feels different than movies with the same plot such as “We Are Marshall,” “Radio,” and “Remember... Read more »

New ‘Turtles’ slightly amusing, mildly boring

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Jessica Leighty , Photography Editor
September 5, 2014

In the newest ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ film, many things can be picked apart and frowned upon, particularly when comparing it to the 1990 original. It’s easy to see the turtles look different, act different, even have a different backstory, but there are some things that remain true to the... Read more »