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Movie Review: Black Panther (2018)

Article By: Alice-Ginevra Micheli   When news broke that Black Panther would be getting his own movie within the Marvel pantheon, there was a lot of hype that accompanied it. When it was announced that wünderkind Ryan Coogler would be at the helm, writing and directing, excitement was in the air. Then

Movie Review: Bright (2017)

Article By: Alice-Ginevra Micheli   Combining fantasy, action, and star power, Netflix has finally thrown its hat into the blockbuster ring. So after $90 million and a year of constant marketing, was Bright all we were promised? Directed by David Ayer, Bright takes us to a world where fairy-tale creatures exist among humans.

Movie Review: The Big Short (Oscar Edition)

Article by: James Kidd   If someone told me two years ago that Adam McKay, director and writer of such movies as Step Brothers and Talladega Nights would decide to make an attempt at an Oscar, I would have laughed them out of the room. Hell, even after seeing The Big Short,

Movie Review: CHI-RAQ

Article by: James Kidd   To say that filmmaker Spike Lee is a controversial character would be an understatement. Ever since his first feature films like Do the Right Thing and Jungle Fever, Lee has charged head first into arguments with Charlton Heston and Clint Eastwood, most often ending up with more

SICARIO Movie Review

Article by James Kidd   Going into Sicario, the latest from director Denis Villeneuve of Prisoners and Enemy fame, I honestly didn’t know what to expect, especially with such contrasting opinions about its quality. When the movie premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in May, many attendees reportedly shrugged it off as

THE MARTIAN – Movie Review

Article by: Nick DiGiacomo Featured Image: foxmovies.com     The sci-fi book adaptation The Martian, directed by Ridley Scott and starring Matt Damon, hits theaters this weekend, challenging astronaut Mark Watney (Damon), to survive on Mars alone while NASA struggles to bring him home. While Ridley Scott’s past few films have received mixed/poor reviews (Exodus: Gods and

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