Summer Blockbuster Reviews

Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes (May 8, 2024)  The follow-up to the immensely popular Planet of the Apes reboot trilogy and one that looks to be extremely promising. It harkens back to an older form of sci-fi that we rarely see put on the big screen anymore. The film takes place a century […]

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Movie Review: Civil War: A Country Splintered

     The 2010s saw the release of several hypothetical films where the American government falls to a foreign threat. This trend mainly focused on how the strength of the American spirit overcomes any adversity and how we can push back any threat no matter how big it may be.       Alex Garland’s Civil […]

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When & Wear: Lululemon Athletica – Peaked?

      From Old Main to the Wellness Center, many students can be spotted wearing some form of athleisure. Whether they be seen in head-to-toe sportswear, or wearing jeans and a casual hoodie, students generally can be found wearing some form of athletic attire.      For over two decades, Lululemon Athletica has remained […]

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“All of Us Strangers” Movie Review: A Love That Transcends Life and Death

     Romance is a genre I have grown to appreciate more over time as an avenue for stellar emotional acting and stories that have left my heart aching.       Long gone are the days of the mindset that romance movies are cheesy plots filled with cliches. It is instead a genre that houses […]

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Dune Part Two: The Return of the Space Epic

The sci-fi genre is a type of movie that has consistently seen success ever since its explosion in popularity in the 1960s and 70s. In recent years, however, these types of movies have had a string of troubled releases that cast a shadow on the genre. Mainly these consisted of the new Star Wars that […]

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New Lisa Frankenstein Movie Brings 80s Thrills and Nostalgia Back to Life

Hollywood as of lately has had a string of producing movies and TV shows appealing to nostalgia, by adhering to the cultures of previous decades and Lisa Frankenstein is no exception. Stranger Things, for example, revitalized a lot of love people had for the 1980s when it first released in 2016, so much so that […]

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Clary’s Critique: The Musical of Musicals: The Musical!

Over the weekend, The Musical of Musicals: The Musical! premiered in the fine arts building.  The musical was a telling of one plot and turned into five different parodies of iconic musical theater writers. The entire plot was about tenants not being able to pay rent and having to deal with, what I think, is […]

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Rachel Review: “Uncharted” brings nothing new to the treasure hunting genre

On Feb. 18, the movie inspired by Indiana Jones and the game by the same name, “Uncharted,” was released to theaters. Starring Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg, this search for a 500-year-old lost fortune is an easy watch. The movie follows Nathan Drake, played by Holland, whose brother Sam, played by Rudy Pankow, abandoned him […]

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Rachel Review: “The Woman in the House Across the Street from the Girl in the Window” can’t decide what it is

Kristen Bell stars in a new dark comedy parodying the movie “The Woman in the Window.” It started its first ongoing joke by titling the show “The Woman in the House Across the Street from the Girl in the Window” to make fun of long titles in mysteries. The show was released on Jan. 28 […]

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Rachel Review: “The House” a chilling stop-motion anthology

“Black Mirror” meets “Fantastic Mr. Fox” in Netflix’s new film “The House.” This stop-motion feature has the elements and skill of “Fantastic Mr. Fox” movie’s stop-motion quality and characters and brings elements of the “Black Mirror” storytelling, with it’s three dark stories presented in the film. Stop-motion films have become a rarity in Hollywood. In […]

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