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The University of Vermont's Independent Voice Since 1883

The Vermont Cynic

The University of Vermont's Independent Voice Since 1883

The Vermont Cynic

The University of Vermont's Independent Voice Since 1883

The Vermont Cynic

Rock the Kasbah Review

Rock the Kasbah Review

Colin Kamphuis November 19, 2015

Even a predictably funny performance from Bill Murray isn’t enough to save this promising movie from disappointing mediocrity.   Bill Murray plays Richie Lanz, a washed up band manager who...

Nosferatu: A symphony of Horror review

Nosferatu: A symphony of Horror review

Colin Kamphuis November 19, 2015

While the prospect of watching a silent, black and white movie from 1922 might sound frighteningly boring for some, “Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror” proves that even films approaching their 100-year...

The US and Soviets team up in a new spy movie

Colin Kamphuis November 6, 2015

In “Bridge of Spies,” James Donovan (Hanks) is an insurance lawyer charged to defend captured Soviet spy Rudoph Abel. Despite the clamoring of the entire United States to see him sentenced to death...

He Named Me Malala Review

Colin Kamphuis October 28, 2015

From distinguished director Phillip Davis Guggenheim comes the film “He Named Me Malala,” the story of a young Pakistani girl attacked by Taliban fighters for seeking an education.   The...

Hell and Back review

Colin Kamphuis October 25, 2015

Lovers of silly stoner comedies, your wait is over ; “Hell and Back” is here.   From the studio that brought us “Robot Chicken” comes the new stop-motion film aimed at high school...

“Steve Jobs” Review

Colin Kamphuis October 24, 2015

“Steve Jobs” presents a highly critical and controversial portrayal of its subject, one that is at odds with most perceptions of the highly influential tech mogul. Michael Fassbender gives a...

The Martian Review

Colin Kamphuis October 14, 2015

Matt Damon experiences every astronaut’s worst nightmare when he is left behind on Mars.   From renowned director Ridley Scott comes “The Martian,” a futuristic version of Robinson...

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