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PFS Rapid Reviews – You’re Next

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BY Will Torrence

You’re Next is the quintessential home invasion horror movie. From the relatable family that drives the much-needed character development, to the animal masks that will be sure to haunt your nightmares, You’re Next is guaranteed to be on your mind for weeks to come. This horror brings a lot to the table including blood, gore, and even its fair share of laughs. If you’re looking for a great movie to see this Friday You’re Next is definitely worth the price of admission.
Grade B+

And You Call Yourself a Film Buff?! – The Breakfast Club

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BY Will Torrence

To be honest, the reason I haven’t seen The Breakfast Club was probably because of the plot. Watching a movie about five high school students surviving a Saturday detention didn’t really sound that appealing to me. I mean — I have had my fair share of detentions, so why would I want to watch a whole movie about one? It just wasn’t a movie I was excited to experience. But I sat back, made sure I had enough paper for doodling and prepared myself for a 9 hour Saturday detention!

Now first of all, the movie is not 9 hours. It’s actually only around 97 minutes, so don’t let that scare you away. The film is follows the classic stereotypes of students that inhabited every high school in 1985, the year in which the movie was made. The group consists of a brain (Anthony Michael Hall), an athlete (Emilio Esteves), a basket case (Ally Sheedy), a princess (Molly Ringwald), and a criminal (Judd Nelson). These characters appear to have nothing in common except the fact that they have to waste their Saturday in school.

And You Call Yourself a Film Buff?! – INDEPENDENCE DAY

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Written by Alex Gibson on . Posted in Blogs

BY Will Torrence


With the Fourth of July on the horizon, I felt that this was a perfect time to finally see a movie I have heard so much about. To be honest, I am not sure why this movie has escaped me for so long. I remember it growing up, but I guess I never really had the opportunity to watch it. I simply can’t think of a better way to celebrate America’s independence other than watching a movie about earth’s independence — from aliens.

Independence Day follows three characters on their mission to save Earth and civilization from being wiped out by extraterrestrials. The film follows President Thomas J. Whitmore (Bill Pullman), fighter pilot Captain Steve Hiller (Will Smith), and scientist David Levinson (Jeff Goldblum) as they do their part in stopping the invasion. All of these storylines seem independent through the film, but end up connecting in a huge way.