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Killing Jokes and Taking Names: A Review of Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn)

Killing Jokes and Taking Names: A Review of Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous...

Birds of Prey is a wonderful yet shockingly violent comic book film from the world of D.C. The film shows what happened after the...
'Watch Where You’re Going’: A Review of Sam Mendes’ 1917

‘Watch Where You’re Going’: A Review of Sam Mendes’ 1917

Within the first twenty minutes of 1917, I’ve noticed that there was hardly any dialogue in the film. I was also enraptured by the...

Indie Spotlight

Hi everyone! I’m Roesha’ Godbolt and this is Indie Spotlight. Once again I’m going to pick out some indie films that are: 1. Not...

The 92nd Academy Awards | 2020

This year’s 92nd Academy Awards will be conducted on February 9th, at the Dolby Theatre at The Hollywood & Highland Center in Los Angeles....
A Look Back at Some of 2019’s Finest Films

A Look Back at Some of 2019’s Finest Films

With 2019 now in our rear-view mirror, it’s only appropriate to take a look back at some of the films that captured both the...
Poetry Rhymes: A Review of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

Poetry Rhymes: A Review of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

Ever since 2017’s Star Wars: The Last Jedi, many Star Wars fans have lamented the creators working at Disney for “ruining” the franchise they...
Emotional Terrors of Space: A Review of Ad Astra

Emotional Terrors of Space: A Review of Ad Astra

Never has space been so terrifying than in director James Gray’s Ad Astra. The film not only captures the unknowingness of space but also...

It’s time to acknowledge the elephant in the studio

In the last two years, there has been an increase in films about and featuring minorities. We have had amazing films such as Black...

We Are Building a New World

The 2020 Golden Globe nominations have been released and it goes without saying, the world is talking! With staggeringly high nomination numbers in not...
A Look Back at Some of 2019’s Finest Films

And He Was The Draw: A Review of Noah Baumbach’s Marriage Story

It’s quite the sight witnessing a marriage fall apart. It’s like waiting for a boiling pot to spill over, but sometimes it never does....