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Photo courtesy of Variety Story by Dakota Green / Contributing Writer  It’s April 2, which means that it is once again Autism Awareness Day. In honor of the annual and internationally recognized observance, it is important to reflect on the topic of autism with a form of communication we all know pretty well: movies and …

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 Nick Lester / Contributing Writer and Andrew Wigdor / News Editor “Black Panther” hit theaters this week. Whether you loved it, hated it or haven’t seen it yet, we have a read-worthy review for you. One of our contributors — as you’ll see below — praises the production, but …

Photo courtesy of Flickr Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching, and it can be stressful trying to figure out the perfect plans. Whether you’re spending the day alone, with friends or a significant other, why not sit down for a movie? And if you’re wanting to avoid crowded restaurants or just don’t feel like going out, …

Photo courtesy of IMDB Clowns: You either love them or you hate them. Of all the individuals whom I have spoken to throughout the years, I’ve yet to find any middle ground when it comes to clowns. Appropriately, the original “It,” a TV mini-series released in 1990 based on the popular Stephen King novel, yields …

“The Dark Tower” begins when protagonist Jake Chambers sketches the two shadowy figures of Gunslinger (Idris Elba) and The Man in Black (Matthew McConaughey) who often appear in his dreams with the intent to save or destroy two world dimensions that signify places such as heaven and hell. On a fast-paced journey with Gunslinger, Jake …