July 14, 2011
In “Deathly Hallows”, Harry Potter saves the best for last
Like any great magician, Harry Potter waited until he was about to walk off the stage to show the audience his most memorable trick, and “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part II” is memorable for all the right reasons.
The final installment of this franchise is Hollywood entertainment at its best: epic, engrossing, moving, terrifying and just plain fun. This isn’t just a great Harry Potter movie. It’s a great movie.
If you’ve never seen any of the previous movies or read any Harry Potter books, don’t let that stop you. You don’t need to know the history to follow the plot and enjoy the universe created by author J.K. Rowling. As for the legions of devoted fans who dressed up when each new book went on sale, they will be deeply satisfied with this last chapter, though I imagine it will be a bittersweet experience to say goodbye to an enormous, eclectic and well-developed cast of characters. Read more
July 6, 2011
OK Bobcats, did you see the Texas State video on Tosh.0 Tuesday night? Love it or hate it, it’s inspired us to have a contest. Because it’s summer and campus is lookin like a ghost town, make sure you spread the word.