Posts in tag

Movie Review


Photo courtesy of IMDb Story by Matthew Giffin | Contributing Writer Matt Reeves’ “The Batman” is arguably the superhero icon’s best cinematic outing yet, headlined by big names and having the biggest box office opening weekend in North America since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, second only to “Spider-Man: No Way Home.” The film …

Story Peyton Tranas / Contributing Writer Photos by Slate, IMDB, Vulture. Released on Friday, John Lee Hancock’s newest film, “The Little Things,” presents itself as yet another old and beloved genre from previous decades: a ‘90s crime-based psychological thriller. Here to bring back even more nostalgia is their lead actor: Denzel Washington.  In terms of …

Photo Courtesy of Hollywood Insider Story by Peyton Tranas/Contributing Writer Director Antonio Campos (“Christine”) unravels a story of heartache, loss, “delusions” and revenge in “The Devil All the Time.” Based on the 2011 novel written by Donald Ray Pollock, who also stars as the film’s narrator, the film version features a star-studded lineup of actors, …

Photo courtesy of Polygon Authors note: This review is written by someone who fully and avidly invested themselves in the Pokémon universe from 2006 to 2011. He apologizes in advance if he mentions terminology that requires further explanation, but trusts the readers’ cultural knowledge will suffice. Great detective movies are needles in a haystack. “The …

Photo courtesy of IMDB  “Creed II,” starring Michael B. Jordan as Adonis Creed, tells the personal story of Creed and how overcoming trials is always possible with a strong support system by your side. After the success that “Creed” had at the box office, as well as amongst movie critics, a sequel was all but …

Photo courtesy of Netflix Story by Hank Brainard / Contributing Writer  Westerns have, for years, been trending toward authenticity; audiences are more aware now than ever of the frontier’s harsh realities and sweeping inequalities, which means the myth of the Great American Cowboy pulls less weight. Grit wins over. The films have become darker and dirtier, …