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Movie Review: SORRY TO BOTHER YOU (2018)

Article by: Josh Bradley https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=enH3xA4mYcY In the surreal, alternate-reality Oakland where Sorry To Bother You takes place, the most-watched TV show is a gameshow called I Got the S#*@ Kicked Out of Me. Each week, 150 million people nationwide tune in to watch willing contestants get brutally bloodied for a chance to

Movie Review: Sicario: Day of the Soldado

Article By: Alice-Ginevra Micheli   In terms of questionable sequels, this is one of the clearest examples in recent memory. Coming from a seemingly stand-alone well-rounded political thriller, the fact that another in the same universe was soon to follow was baffling even for the most experienced moviegoers. With expectations low and its

Movie Review: ISLE OF DOGS (2018)

Article by: Josh Bradley https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dt__kig8PVU In his original review in Variety, Todd McCarthy called the Coen brothers' A Serious Man "the kind of picture you get to make after you've won an Oscar." (Whether he was speaking in generalities about the Coens' success or specifically about No Country for Old Men's Oscar

Movie Review: Ready Player One

Article by: Anthony Florez   I really enjoyed Ready Player One.  As far as critical analysis, that's not exactly the kind of concise deconstruction I go for, but it's difficult to avoid over-complicating a thing that isn't very complicated. The fact that I liked it came as a kind of surprise, however. I read

Jessica Jones: Season Two Review

Article by: Anthony Florez   The second season of Jessica Jones was released on Netflix on March 8th and quietly racked up an 86% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes. With the enthusiasm for The Avengers: Infinity War reaching fever pitch and the crossover series The Defenders concluded without any apparent plans for

Predictions: The 90th Academy Awards

Article By: Alice-Ginevra Micheli    Another year, another Oscars, and the excitement in the air is tangible. However, this year has to be one of the most exciting years yet. Not only are the nominees diverse in every way, but so are the films. All but gone are the typical Oscar-bait films

Film Review: Annihilation (2018)

Article by: Anthony Florez   There are theories that someday streaming services will eventually kill off the conventional theater experience and that all movie releases will eventually be direct to streaming. I both dearly hope that never happens, and firmly believe that it will not. As much as I am not really a

Movie Review: I, TONYA (2017)

Article by: Josh Bradley   There’s a brief scene late in I, Tonya as Tonya Harding (Margot Robbie) prepares her makeup before her first free skate at the Lillehammer Olympics in 1994, and it’s incredible. In it, Harding grits her teeth to aggressively apply dark red makeup, her demeanor and chosen color both

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