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The movie greats of Winter Break

American Hustle: This dramatic story of a con man and his team pulling off intricate heists is a proper interpretation of criminals who drive diligently toward an eventual end. With daring performances by the likes of Christian Bale, Amy Adams, Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence, “American Hustle” is the perfect combination of both grade A acting and top-notch directing.

IMDB Rating: 7.8 out of 10

Student Voice: Michael Wolf, mechanical engineering, sophomore

“The whole thing was just fun to watch. Jennifer Lawrence, need I say more.”

The Secret Life of Walter MittyIf you teetered in the no mans land of deciding whether or not you can stand Ben Stiller, this flick will more than likely steer you towards a more positive outlook. Stiller plays a day-dreamer who goes from floating through life stuck in a rut to a man who actually comes to live his dream and undertakes some of the most grand of adventures.

IMDB Rating: 7.6 out of 10

Student Voice: Hunter Siegel, construction management, senior

“It was definitely really inspirational. Ben Stiller was surprisingly really good in it.”

FrozenWith Disney recently acquiring Pixar, the world of animated cinema was at a crosswords. Disney not only allowed the geniuses at Pixar to stay at their best, they allowed them to create the mastery of animation that is “Frozen.” One of the best animated movies in recent times, with hilarious characters with the best of names to match, “Frozen” is the feel good movie of the year so far.

IMDB Rating: 8.1 out of 10

Student Voice: Taylor Klein, forensic science, sophomore

“I absolutely really loved it. The snowman was one of my favorites by far.

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