January 5, 2018 by Alex Stone

“Here’s some money, go see a Star War,” a quote by Lucille Bluth. This is the most inconsistent movie I’ve seen in a few years; the scenes in the movie range from awe inspiring to straight up absurd. I can’t really say that I love this film and I definitely can’t say that I hate […]

December 27, 2017 by Alex Stone

In anticipation of the The Disaster Artist, which is an adaption of 2013’s tell-all of the same name recounting Greg Sestero’s experiences working alongside Tommy Wiseau in the now infamous movie, The Room, I wanted to revisit the film itself before exploring the new chapter. I hope to initiate this, hopefully, new cinematic universe with […]

December 1, 2017 by Carolynn Unger

On November 3, the third installment of the Thor films Thor: Ragnarok made its release. Thor: Ragnarok was directed by Taika Waititi and written by Eric Pearson, Craig Kyle, and Christopher Yost.  The film is an action/comedy that gives a more colorful and humorous approach in the Thor franchise.  It focused more on Norse history […]

November 13, 2017 by Alex Stone

Jigsaw, directed by Michael and Peter Spierig and written by Pete Goldfinger and Josh Stolberg.   Imagine a guy walks up to you on the street, puts a knife to your gut and says “I’ve been watching you for a couple weeks, I don’t think you are living your life as well as I think […]

September 21, 2017 by Alex Stone

Mother!, written and directed by Darren Aronofsky, is a drama/mystery about unexpected guests disrupting the seemingly perfect life of a writer and his wife in a remote cabin. The film stars Jennifer Lawrence, Javier Bardem, Ed Harris and Michelle Pfeiffer; none of the characters have names, only titles. I usually try to avoid trailers in […]

September 18, 2017 by Alex Stone

It, directed by Andy Muschietti and written by Chase Palmer, Cary Fukunaga and Gary Dauberman, is a horror/dramedy that released on September 8, 2017. Based on the 1986 Stephen King book of the same name, this film stars Jaeden Lieberher, Finn Wolfhard and BIll Skarsgard. This is the second Stephen King adaptation this year, the […]

September 15, 2017 by Carolynn Unger

Sony and Marvel have teamed up to give us the movie of the summer, Spider-Man: Homecoming. The film is directed by Jon Watts, who was also a part of the screenplay writing team along with John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein.  Some were skeptical for a third Spider-Man franchise after Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield. […]

September 12, 2017 by Grant Myers

“The Dark Tower” was released August 4, 2017 and is directed by Nikolaj Arcel and written by Nikolaj Arcel, Akiva Goldsman, Anders Thomas Jensen, and Jeff Pinker (Rotten Tomatoes). The film is an adaptation of Stephen King’s seven-novel The Dark Tower series, starting with 1982’s The Gunslinger and ending with 2004’s The Dark Tower (according […]

February 27, 2017 by Dylan Boyer

On February 10, 2017, Warner Brothers released the best DC film in five years. This movie is unlike previous films in the universe, it simply pokes fun at the franchise as well as its predecessors. The Lego Batman Movie is not a blatant cash grab like most of the other DC films, this movie has […]

February 27, 2017 by Luke Rangel

  On February 26th, the 89th annual Academy Awards took place at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, Los Angeles. The award show was hosted by Jimmy Kimmel. The ceremony went relatively smoothly until the end when Warren Beatty announced the best picture winner. He apparently picked up the wrong card and announced La La Land […]

February 10, 2017 by Madison Lazenby

Nominated for three Oscars, Hidden Figures is not a movie to be ignored. Set in the early 1960s during the height of the Space Race, the based-on-true-events movie stars Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer, and Janelle Monáe as Katherine G. Johnson, Dorothy Vaughn, and Mary Jackson, respectively, who are all women working at NASA in […]

January 25, 2017 by Luke Rangel

On January 24th, The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences released their annual Oscar nomination list. The Oscars is a ceremony that celebrates and recognizes the best movies and achievements in film. This year, the nominees across the board  are much more diverse than last year. Here’s a list of the top Oscar categories. […]

December 1, 2016 by Madison Lazenby

Moana, the newest Disney princess movie, released on November 23 and has already dazzled viewers around the world. The movie centers around the title character Moana, who is being groomed to become her island village’s next chief, but all she wants to do is explore the ocean. This passion is finally put to use when […]

November 30, 2016 by Gwen Zirkle

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them was a stand alone movie taking place in the Harry Potter Universe 54 years before the birth of Harry Potter and 65 years before he enters Hogwarts. The movie was absolutely fantastic and left this viewer in awe. J.K. Rowling showcased her wonderful powers as the god of […]

November 10, 2016 by Gwen Zirkle

Doctor Strange is a wonderful demonstration of Marvel’s ability to step outside the box and still produce an amazing movie. Benedict Cumberbatch put out another great performance as Dr. Stephen Strange. The movie focused on Dr. Strange as he attempted to regain full mobility of his hands and resume his work as a neurosurgeon after […]

September 22, 2016 by Emily Keller

Jennifer Aniston is the daughter of John Aniston and Nancy Dow. Her father comes from a Greek family and her mother comes from a English, Scottish, Italian, Irish family. Aniston was exposed to acting at a very young age. Her father, John Aniston, played in a daytime soap Days of Our Lives as “Victor Kiriakis” […]

September 19, 2016 by Emily Keller

What is one thing that someone thinks when they hear the name Daniel Radcliffe….Harry Potter of course. But the Harry Potter series is not the only time he has been on the big and small screen.Though he is most known for being “the boy who lived” he has been in  numerous projects that just increase […]

September 16, 2016 by Anna Fox

Newsies is a musical about the newsboy strike of 1899 in New York City, based on the movie made in 1992. The musical was first performed September 25, 2011 with their upbeat dancing on newspapers. This cast is manly male actors because when the real newsboy strike happened only men could work. There is a […]

September 1, 2016 by Dylan Boyer

  With all the hate behind the last D.C. Universe film, Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, expectations were relatively high for Suicide Squad. However, for some critics the film did not exceed those expectations. Opening weekend the film grossed about $133,682,248 despite all the critical hate. The positive fan reviews heavily outweighed the harsh […]