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Sherlock Season 4 – Review

Article By: Alice-Ginevra Micheli   To say that this season of Sherlock was polarizing is an understatement that might be considered blasphemous by some, and kind by others. After waiting four years, bar the Christmas Special that adorned our screens in 2016, the air was electric with the anticipation from people all over

Movie Review: PATRIOTS DAY (2016)

Article by: Josh Bradley   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_c9IpI_pNGI There’s a cynical way and an idealistic way to view Patriots Day. Is it exploitive or is it paying tribute? At a post-screening Q&A last week, Mark Wahlberg said repeatedly that his goal as an actor and producer was to pay tribute to law enforcement and first-responders with

Movie Review: SILENCE (2016)

Article by: Josh Bradley   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IqrgxZLd_gE A couple years ago, after watching Mark Cousins’ exhaustive 15-part documentary The Story of Film, I decided to dive headfirst into my blossoming cinephilia and begin exploring some of the titans of world cinema. At first, I mostly stuck to the handful of directors most-heavily featured over

12 Most-Anticipated (Non-Franchise/Reboot) Movies of 2017

Article by: Josh Bradley   Just like last year, given how much franchise films dominate the "most-anticipated movies" lists that flood the internet every January (which makes sense, given they're known entities), we find it appropriate to shine a light on some other movies due out this year. Quick Note: For the foreseeable future, it will

THE OA: REVIEW

Article By: Alice-Ginevra Micheli   One week before the release of Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij’s new show, Netflix delivered an enticing and oh-so-short trailer that outlined a haunting new series centered around a blind girl who is found after seven years with her sight restored. That alone had me intrigued, but it

Year in Review – Top Movies of 2016

Article by: Luis Orlando Cordero   The 2016 cinematic landscape started off slow and dreary, and boy did it nearly tank during the summer months. But like any good ol' soldier, the year marched along until eventually picking up steam during the fall. So much so that this year I had to

Movie Review: THE HANDMAIDEN (2016)

Article by: Josh Bradley https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=whldChqCsYk Way back in late September, I was in line at the Hollywood Arclight on Sunset, hoping to get a seat for an advanced screening of The Birth of a Nation, which wasn’t due out in theaters for more than a week. Particularly in Los Angeles, signing up

Movie Review: FENCES (2016)

Article by: Josh Bradley https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jj-ZYPVRQbc Your opinion of Denzel Washington’s Fences may very well depend on your feelings about what movies are supposed to be and what they’re supposed to do. Are they supposed to simply tell a story, period amen, even if that means nothing more than setting up a camera

Is Doctor Strange Marvel’s Next Big Thing?

Featured Image: "Benedict Cumberbatch & Cate Blanchett" (CC BY-SA 2.0) by Gage Skidmore   Doctor Strange is one of the most compelling additions to the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). As Sorcerer Supreme, Benedict Cumberbatch’s superhero is arguably the most powerful human character in the movie canon. He also wears a cape, which

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