“John Wick: Chapter 4” is a masterful epic that ranks among the most ambitious action movies ever.
“Scream VI:” Ghostface takes Manhattan
As long-running franchises tend to decline in quality with each sequel, can “Scream VI” break the trend?
“Knock at the Cabin:” It’s the end of the world as we know it
“Knock at the Cabin” is a tense thriller that will stick in audience’s minds long after watching.
“M3GAN:” A new horror icon is born
“M3GAN” is a horror comedy that brings an enlightening take on society’s reliance on technology.
We’re worried, darling
Review: “Don’t Worry Darling”, the drama on and off screen takes audience members on a rollercoaster of the press. Harry Styles takes his first leading role while entangled in a public relationship with director and actress, Olivia Wilde.
Students share thoughts on “Raya and the Last Dragon”
Students agree “Raya and the Last Dragon” is a new, fun Disney princess story, which is worth the wait — and $30.
“It Chapter Two” Film Review
“It Chapter Two” follows the Loser’s Club 27 years later, as they reunite to face Pennywise the Clown.
REVIEW: “Warm Bodies” is less intelligent “Twilight”
Riding the hype surrounding the Mayan apocalypse of 2012, “Warm Bodies” attempts to exploit society’s newfound obsession with a zombie doomsday. While the “Twilight” series may be over, “Warm Bodies” continues in the same mold, telling the forbidden love story between a human and a nonhuman. Instead of a dreamy vampire, however, it’s a dreamy…
It’s typical Tarantino again in “Django Unchained”
Quentin Tarantino is at it again in his version of “Django Unchained,” a story that has been retold many times since 1966. A memorable soundtrack, incredible cinematography, the occasional out-of-place humor and gratuitous violence and bloodshed display Tarantino’s style. “Django Unchained” follows “Inglorious Basterds” (2009) in Tarantino’s series of historically-inaccurate but nevertheless thrilling tales of…
The Odd Life of Timothy Green
Disney’s new film is darker than its viewers might expect. It is compelling and, in the end, rewarding. Walt Disney Pictures has broken new ground with “The Odd Life of Timothy Green” (rated PG). The film does not carry the PG-13 rating of the “Pirates of the Caribbean” franchise, but this movie is much darker.…