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[MOVIE REVIEW] How to Build a Girl reminds audiences to rock their authentic self

Beanie Feldstein stars in this delightful coming of age story.

Maren Ostrem, The Rubicon

May 22, 2020

Based on the book by Caitlin Moran, How to Build a Girl is an extraordinarily fun and heartfelt coming of age story.

[MOVIE REVIEW] Just Mercy might change opinions about criminal justice

The film show history with some accuracy, using archive photos from the trial (left) to capture the spirit of real interactions in the film (right)

Johnna Melk-Johnson, Staff Writer

March 4, 2020

Facing racial discrimination at every turn, Stevenson is convinced of Walter McMillian’s innocence and is determined to get his death sentence overturned.

[MOVIE REVIEW] Levine’s Long Shot is a sure thing

Rogen and Theron are complete opposites, but they form a perfect couple.

Anna Nowakowski, Staff Writer

February 21, 2020

Long Shot gives us a look into the ups and downs of a heart warming and hilarious relationship.

[MOVIE REVIEW] Taylor Swift tells her coming of age story in Miss Americana

Swift is in the studio recording her new album Lover

Ivy Raya, Staff Writer

February 14, 2020

Singer and songwriter Taylor Swift releases a documentary on Netflix.

[Movie Review] Joker stuns audiences by showing villain’s vulnerability

The film dives deep into many topics ranging from mental health to financial differences and how that impacts everyone living in the society.

Will Schavee, RubicOnline

October 9, 2019

The Joker reveals shoking backstory of a famous villain, showing the man behind the mask.

Top five summer Netflix movies to watch this weekend

West Side Story (1961)

Lara Cayci, RubicOnline Editor

May 10, 2019

  As we start the month of May and try to put the groggy nine-month-long Minnesota winter behind us, the warm sun and bright blue skies are finally appearing. Lounging back and watching a film reminiscent of summer this weekend could give you the motivation to get through these last weeks of sc...

[MOVIE REVIEW] Five Feet Apart conforms to stereotypes, doesn’t glorify disease

[MOVIE REVIEW] Five Feet Apart conforms to stereotypes, doesn't glorify disease

Lucia Granja, Staff Writer

May 3, 2019

Five Feet Apart, a cheesy and basic romantic comedy falls short in terms of plot, but succeeds in the portrayal of people with Cystic Fibrosis.

Throwback Theaters

Throwback Theaters

Emma Sampson, RubicOnline Editor

February 20, 2019

While the landscape of the twin cities area is always changing there are still several areas which can offer a blast to the past via old entertainment.

[MOVIE REVIEW] Every Day offers typical romance transformed

Based on the 2002 David Levithan book, Every Day tells the story of A -- a being who wakes up in a different body every day --
 and Rhiannon, the girl A loves.

Eloise Duncan, Staff Writer

March 9, 2018

A was played by a total of fifteen people. Even though there are obvious differences in the people, they were able to keep the mindset and personality of A constant throughout the movie.

QUIZ: Which winter-themed activity is right for you?

QUIZ: Which winter-themed activity is right for you?

Nitya Thakkar, RubicOnline Editor

January 20, 2018

Beat the winter blues and get inspired to have fun with this quiz.

Halloween movie playlist offers year long entertainment

Halloween movie playlist offers year long entertainment

Jake Adams, RubicOnline Editor

November 2, 2017

Halloween may be over but the love for getting scared is not. These three Halloween classics can offer year-long entertainment.