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Isn’t It Romantic

By |02/16/2019|

WARNING: Spoilers Ahead! Romantic comedies have been a staple in the film industry since the very beginning. The classic story of man meets woman is part of everyday life, and [...]

Happy Death Day 2U

By |02/15/2019|

It hasn’t even been two years since the surprisingly good Happy Death Day, from Universal and Blumhouse, hit theaters. From the initial trailers, it seemed like a slasher version of [...]

Alita: Battle Angel

By |02/14/2019|

After being stuck in production limbo for nearly 20 years, the long-awaited big screen adaption of the classic manga has finally arrived. Penned by James Cameron and directed by Robert [...]

Road to the Oscars: A Star Is Born

By |02/09/2019|

For being a fourth version of the classic cinematic version, the 2018 version of "A Star is Born" is an impressive directorial debut that showcases Bradley Cooper as an actors [...]

The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part

By |02/09/2019|

In 2014, Warner Bros. relaunched their long dormant animation division with the adventure comedy The Lego Movie. Based on the construction toys of the same name, the film completely exceeded [...]

The Prodigy

By |02/07/2019|

  “The Prodigy” follows an idealistic couple welcoming their son, Miles. Miles has proven himself to be wise well above his years, hence the title Prodigy. When Miles grows to [...]

The Wild Pear Tree

By |02/02/2019|

Mature by design, evocative of Turkey's current culture and political climate, and artfully executed, Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s latest feature film, "The Wild Pear Tree" is a film made by a [...]

Miss Bala (2019)

By |02/02/2019|

You would think director Catherine Hardwicke would have had a steadier film career, one that would have mirrored Sofia Coppola or Claire Denis. Her debut film was the independent Sundance [...]

The Kid Who Would Be King

By |01/29/2019|

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ The King Arthur legend is one of the oldest in our history. The timeless story of a kid from nothing who discovers that he’s destined to rule as a [...]

Road to the Oscars: BlackKklansman

By |01/27/2019|

  Spike Lee's "BlackKklansman" purports itself in being a satirical comedy about racism that ties in modern parallels with the current Trump administration and the script comes off potent, yet too [...]