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Photo courtesy of Annapurna Pictures  Story by Maria de Guzman / Contributing Writer People aren’t exactly jumping at the chance to watch a historical dramedy about one of the most controversial political figures in United States history on Christmas Day. Out of all the topics to avoid during this holiday season, politics is typically at …

Photo courtesy of Wired Story by Isaac Arthur / Contributing Writer While “The Predator” does stay true to its sci-fi/action roots, its story is jumbled and its characters are dull. Director Shane Black has many impressive films under his belt. In the past, he has written action classics like “Lethal Weapon,” directed “Iron Man 3” …

Story by Hannah Adams / Contributing Writer This is the feel-good, relatable movie you’ve been waiting for. “I Feel Pretty” stars comedian Amy Schumer as Renee Bennett, an everyday woman who struggles with the way she looks and allows her self-doubt to dictate who she is. But when she falls while cycling, Renee is struck …

Story by Andrew Nation / Contributing Writer What “A Quiet Place” lacks in dialogue, it makes up for in just about everything else. In the film Lee Abbott, acted and directed by John Krasinski, and his family must survive against a mysterious monster who tracks prey through sound. The monsters are completely blind, but their …

Story by Andrew Nation / Contributing Writer Simple. Fun. Destructive. These are the words I would use to describe “Pacific Rim: Uprising.” What the movie lacks in a cognitive story or compelling characters, it makes up for in the Jaeger robots beating up on the Kaiju monsters. It’s a fun movie to see, because it allows …

Photo courtesy of IMDb  Story by Delaney Dickey / Contributing Writer Comedic movies have been steadily heading in a downhill spiral over the past two years. Not straying far off the mediocre path, “Game Night” attempts to revamp the genre with suspenseful plot twists. “Game Night” is also full of witty one-liners that kept the …