The “How to Train Your Dragon” (HTTYD) series has sadly come to an end with the release of the latest film “How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World” on Feb. 22. This hour and 44-minute movie neatly ties up all loose ends while enticing audiences with breathtaking animation, multi-dimensional characters and great story progression. The HTTYD franchise is successful, and all… Continue reading “How to Train Your Dragon” trilogy conclusion conquers box office
Disney’s newest attempt to bring back the good old days with the remake of the 1941 classic “Dumbo” started as a giant flop, and it does not look like it will soar. This one hour and 52-minute movie left me disappointed and wishing I could just watch the classic instead. The movie itself has received… Continue reading “Dumbo” fails to take off
UMHB proudly performed its musical of the year with Meredith Willson’s “The Music Man” in the Sue and Frank Mayborn Performing Arts Center (PAC) on April 12-14. While other events, such as plays, orchestra ensembles and guest performances, have occurred in the PAC since its opening last year, “The Music Man” was the first Broadway… Continue reading “The Music Man” performed at new PAC
The recent PG-13 film Split made a grand entrance to theaters Jan. 20. Split is a psychological horror film written and directed by M. Night Shyamalan. This two-hour thriller keeps the audience on the edge of their seats as they wait to see how the story will progress. A quick fun fact is that at… Continue reading Are you Split about seeing this movie?
Published in the January 25, 2017 issue of The Bells This year’s newest film Hidden figures received out of the world ratings from sources all over the U.S., passing up the recent Rouge one in the box office and keeping the title of number one movie since its national release. This PG drama is based… Continue reading Hidden Figures revealed