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The Intern is for anyone wanting to delve into a movies characters and their relationships

“The Intern” is an amazing feel-good movie

Melody Cosgrove, Editor March 21, 2020
Proof that actors can make a film
Two actors in Just Mercy have a serious discussion.

Just Mercy hits home

Anouk Clendenning, Melody Cosgrove, and Natalie Foote February 14, 2020
Expect trials, tribulations, and lots of sobbing when you watch this movie
Brie Larson playing Carol Danvers (Captain Marvel) poses for one of the many promotional pictures for the recently released film.

Is Captain Marvel worth the watch?

Chace Fery and Connor Patrick March 21, 2019
With the recent release of new next Marvel film, The Hummer lets you know if its worth the watch
Theres no better way to cozy up from the cold than with these holiday movies.

Don’t get your tongue stuck on a pole drooling over these holiday movies

Chace Fery, Staff Writer December 8, 2017
Holiday movies are a staple during this jolly season, and here are the ones you MUST watch!
One of Pixar’s best movies yet

One of Pixar’s best movies yet

Tatiana Garcia, Staff Writer November 30, 2017
Coco, visually stunning and culturally immersive, has been ranked #35 on Top 2017 Movies at the Domestic Box Offices, which includes 2016 movies, and has earned nearly $73M within a week of it’s release.
Blade Runner 2049 review: a visually stunning masterpiece

Blade Runner 2049 review: a visually stunning masterpiece

Chace Fery and Connor Patrick October 24, 2017
We administer the Voigt-Kamff test to the sequel...and it passes.
Main character Chris Washington (Daniel Kaluuya) and wife Rose Armitage (Allison Williams) at Roses house for a family gathering.

Get out and see this awe-inspiring thriller

Brady Rogers, Senior Editor March 20, 2017
After leaving the theaters, rarely there are movies that leave the audience in awe. The movie Get Out did just that, and exceeded its already high expectations by using strong acting, a powerful topic, and pace to keep the audience engaged. It was the perfect platform to highlight being black in America, and how it shouldn't be ignored.
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