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Everything Everywhere All At Once blew the Oscars out of the water. Licensed as a promotional poster.

Breaking the Boundaries of the Multiverse

Calvin Boykoff, Sports Editor April 23, 2023

 The seven-time Oscar winning film "Everything Everywhere, All at Once" stands out as a fresh approach to the multiverse genre in a world where superheroes dominate the box office. The movie, directed...

Triangle of Sadness received a Rotten Tomatoes score of 71%. Licensed as a promotional poster.

Triangle of Sadness: Your Next Fun Watch?

Jules Conners, News Editor April 23, 2023

Are you looking for a new fun watch? Something fun, and perhaps magical? A movie that puts a smile on your face in these dark times? Well, then, the award-winning Triangle of Sadness is not the movie...

The movie received critical acclaim and was remade in Tamil with a Hindi remake in the works. Licensed as a promotional poster.

The Great Indian Kitchen

Saisree Kumar, Features Editor April 23, 2023

The expectation of newlywed women in many cultures can be considered incredibly misogynistic. You must operate with obedience, cooking three different dishes three times a day, cleaning, and dealing with...

The film can add an Oscar for Best Music (Original Song for the song Naatu Naatu to a long list of awards.

RRR: Breaking Boundaries

Saisree Kumar, Features Editor April 23, 2023

The hit international movie on Netflix, “RRR,” directed by S.S. Rajamouli, has become an international hit since its release on Netflix. The movie recently won a Grammy for Best Original Song in a...

With its (or, perhaps, despite its) characteristic Disney high school charm, ZOMBIES tells a relatively nuanced tale. Licensed by Disney.

Z-O-M-B-I-E-S: A No Brainer Great Movie

Sophii Sherman April 21, 2023

If you’ve ever watched Disney’s Z-O-M-B-I-E-S, you know it's an amalgam of pastel colors, nonsensical musical numbers, poorly thought-out race metaphors, and pure unbridled genius. If you haven't...

Although the subject of some controversy surrounding its portrayal of Mexico, the movie ultimately grossed over $90 million. Licensed as a promotional poster.

Rambo: A classic Movie Series Comes to an End

Jonathan Stafford, Features Editor April 18, 2023

John Rambo, the quintessential action character whose bravery and courage enthralls the viewer and keeps them coming back, is finally coming to an end. Rambo Last Blood marks the fifth and final film...

Cinema of the Season – February

Leah Frankel, Staff Writer March 13, 2022

This is where I put all my thoughts on November. Thank you very much and good day to ya. Parasite - Bong Joon-ho There tend to be very few movies I believe to be worth the acclaim - Parasite...

‘Velocipastor’: The Embodiment of “So Bad it’s Good”

Jac McCarty, Co-Editor-in-Chief April 2, 2020

Let’s get one thing straight: Velocipastor is not in any way, shape, or form a good movie. But when a film’s premise centers around an orphaned priest that turns into a dinosaur to fight crime, that...

Why Uncut Gems Was Not The Movie For Me

Lara Spijkerman, News Editor February 25, 2020

Rotten tomatoes: 92 percent. IMDb: 8/10. Empire: 5/5. Lara Spijkerman: 4/10.  If you’re unaware of the basic premise of the movie Uncut Gems, here it is: Adam Sandler plays a jeweler named...

The movie poster for Little Women, a dazzling new film based on the book by Louisa May Alcott.

Is This the Best Little Women Remake Yet?

Clara Fraser, Staff Writer February 20, 2020

Greta Gerwig’s re-telling of the classic story of Little Women is a masterpiece. With stunning imagery and fantastic acting, she portrays the story of the little women—Joe, Amy, Meg, Beth and their...

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