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Op-ed: ‘Chicken Little’ is Cinema

It is fairly safe to say that we all know what goes into great cinema. Films that capture our imaginations and remind us why it is our greatest creative medium- endlessly evolving and entertaining to each and every person who sits down to enjoy film. Cinema has the power to move us, to change the…

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Op-ed: ‘6 Underground’ Should Be Classified as a Form of Pollution

It might sound ridiculous to call Michael Bay an auteur, but when it comes to large scale action presented to you in the most machismo and commercialized way possible- there is no greater artist than Bay. The director began his career making music videos before shifting towards commercials, where his campaigns for Miller Lite and…

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Suttirat Anne Larlarb Joins Disney+ ‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’ Series (EXCLUSIVE)

Despite the rumors that have circulated the past day regarding the ‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’ Disney+ series being cancelled and then not being cancelled, we have learned that costume designer Suttirat Anne Larlarb has joined the crew for the ‘Obi Wan Kenobi’ series. Suttirat Anne Larlarb is known for being the costume designer on TV shows such…

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‘Dolittle’ Review – A Bizarre and Expensive Mess

Dolittle starts out well enough and may trick you into believing that you are about a watch a decent, if not somewhat bland, children’s adventure. After an animated introduction, we see the young Tommy Stubbins (Harry Collett), out hunting with family. Stubbins, as he is called throughout the film, is kind and does not wish…

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‘Richard Jewell’ Review – Clint Eastwood’s Kind Tale is Engrossing, Understated, and Moving

July 27th, 1996, a bomb exploded at Centennial Park in midst of the Summer Olympics. Two people died. A tragedy that has been largely forgotten, whether it be the mistreatment of Jewell or the bombing. Clint Eastwood's film is fantastically well-made, moving, and full of heart. Starring Paul Walter Hauser (I, Tonya, BlacKkKlansman), Kathy Bates,…

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‘Underwater’ Review – A Surprisingly Solid Subterranean Thrill

Underwater, the new horror thriller from director William Eubank (The Signal), has received multiple comparisons to Ridley Scott’s 1979 Alien. There is certainly some merit in this praise. Both films feature a tight-knit crew working together in a confined space- for Alien it is a merchant vessel in the farthest reaches of space, for Underwater…

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Rodo Sayagues Set To Direct ‘Don’t Breathe’ Sequel (EXCLUSIVE)

We have learned that Rodo Sayagues is set to make his directorial debut with the upcoming ‘Don’t Breathe’ sequel that is tentatively titled ‘Don’t Breathe Again’. Fede Alvarez (‘Evil Dead’, ‘The Girl In The Spider’s Web’) who directed the first film will return to co-write the screenplay for the second film with Stephen Lang also…

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Barbara Gordon/Oracle Set To Join ‘Titans’ Season 3 (EXCLUSIVE)

We have learned that Barbara Gordon/Oracle will appear in ‘Titans’ Season 3 in a major recurring role. This interpretation of the character will see her as Oracle, when she was paralyzed following the Joker’s actions in ‘Batman: The Killing Joke’. Not only that but we have also heard she will be the Commissioner of the…

‘The Mandalorian’ Chapter 7 Review – Bringing It All Together

The Mandalorian has continued to delight Star Wars fans with each episode. This is, of course, thanks to its mysterious protagonist, intriguing world-building, familiar imagery, and Baby Yoda. The series' past three episodes have been standalone adventures. First taking Mando (Pedro Pascal) to a village under siege by old Imperial weapons, next to a New…

‘The Mandalorian’ Chapter 5 Review – New Faces on a Familiar Planet

The last episode of The Mandalorian solidified the series’ first season trajectory: a loose overarching plot of a Mando (Pedro Pascal) trying to protect a mysterious force-sensitive child (dubbed “Baby Yoda” by the fans) on the run, with a few standalone episodes along the way. Chapter 4, Sanctuary, very much felt like a self-contained story, but one…