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Out Of the Furnace: Review

Out Of the Furnace: Review

Bryan Reyes, Impact Staff

December 19, 2013

Despite the stellar acting and a cast on paper that looks nothing more than an academy award winner, Out of the Furnace is missing that unpredictability that some films overachieve in. Woody Harrelson cuts a mean figure in Out Of the Furnace. Like, really mean: His character, a ruthless New Jersey...

My top 10 films Part 2

 My top 10 films Part 2

Bryan Reyes, Impact Staff

December 6, 2013

The other 5 favorites of my movie list.   The family Man- A wealthy Wall Street broker gets a sudden life change when his life of flash and reputation turns upside down. As he wakes up to find that his sports car and girlfriend have become a mini-van and wife. Nicholas Cage who you’ll say is ...

My top 10 films

My top 10 films

Bryan Reyes, Impact Staff

November 21, 2013

Thought I share my top 10 favorite movies of all time.  I will be giving my first 5, then my next 5 in my next column. Enjoy.   Saving Private Ryan- This is one of the greatest war movies ever made. Spielberg transports you to the battlefields of World War II unlike any movie has eve...

Gravity: Review

Gravity: Review

Bryan Reyes, Impact Staff

November 14, 2013

The special effects really are very good. Sandra Bullock acts well. The storyline is perhaps a little weak, but you are prepared to suspend your disbelief due to the view you get of earth from space. It’s a thrill ride in an amusement park for kids and space lovers alike. Think a cool space station...

Bad Grandpa: Review

Bad Grandpa: Review

Bryan Reyes, Impact Staff

November 7, 2013

After several pointless, plotless, yet funny movies, a TV show, and even a video game about a bunch of guys performing completely idiotic and dangerous stunts and pranks for our amusement, we finally get a Jackass movie with an actual and legit plot (along with some more pranks of course!) The result:...

A melody with Irvingtons own Somiya Chapman.

A melody with Irvingtons own Somiya Chapman.

Bryan Reyes, Impact Staff

November 6, 2013

For those of you who commute, you might of gotten an a little flyer on your car wind shield. Somiya Chapman is the name. She is a young aspiring artist who is eager and enthusiastic to get her music out to the public. She distributed over 300 flyers on Mercy’s campus along with other colleges like...

An All Too Familiar Scene

An All Too Familiar Scene

Bryan Reyes, Impact Staff

November 5, 2013

Another young male another powerful weapon and a badly familiar routine of mass shooting in the United States. Garden State Plaza Mall  is a two-story, upscale shopping mall located in Paramus, New Jersey, and is owned and managed by the West Field Group and located at the intersection of Route...

Rush: Review

Rush: Review

Bryan Reyes, Staff Writer

October 23, 2013

  If you follow Formula One racing history, you know all about what happened during the 1976 season. If you don’t, it doesn’t matter. You will still get a thrill out of “Rush,” Ron Howard’s storied film about the battle between British playboy driver James Hunt and straight-laced...

Captain Phillips:Review

Captain Phillips:Review

Bryan Reyes, Staff Writer

October 16, 2013

  As the U.S Maersk Alabama slowly herds along the Somali coast line and the ship slowly visions two small undetected objects in their radar the rest of the film well exceed your exceptions. This is an intense true story about Captain Richard Phillips and the 2009 hijacking of the Somali pirates...

Ann Grow celebrates 50 years with Mercy

Ann Grow celebrates 50 years with Mercy

Bryan Reyes, Impact Staff

October 3, 2013

Ann Grow has spent a significant amount of her life serving students at Mercy College.  With 50 years of service, she is still grateful to help those in need. ‘’I feel very fortunate for good health and the support from everyone in the school/ I love the fact that I have been able to work...

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