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Category: MOVIES

Love in Cinema

While aware that the world is actively falling apart, I do think it’s important to take the time to celebrate love. So in case you need some recommendations for tonight’s movie night, here’s five of my favorite movies about love. I know I’ll be thinking about If Beale Street Could Talk on my death bed. […]

‘The Iron Claw’ Movie Review

A father’s love can sometimes be destructive. Sean Durkin’s latest film, The Iron Claw tells the story of the Von Erich’s, who were a famous professional wrestling family that were constantly overwhelmed with devastation. Comparing it to a Greek tragedy may seem like an easy thing to do but I fear the comparison may make […]

Melissa Barrera Fired From SCREAM 7

News came out yesterday that Melissa Barrera has been fired from the SCREAM 7 franchise due to some instagram posts that she recently made. It often feels like we’re living in an alternate world where everything is upside down, this is an example of that. In the end, Melissa Barrera will be on the right […]

The Eras Tour | Movie Review

It’s official, I’m back on the Blondie train. The Eras Tour film premiered this past weekend and despite my best efforts to ignore it, I somehow found myself seated in anticipation on opening night. The main reason why I was hesitant to attend is because Swifties were all over social media stating that they’d be […]

‘Past Lives’ Movie Review

“There’s a word in Korean, 인연; In-yun. It means providence or fate; but it’s specifically about the relationship between people. It’s an In-yun if two strangers even walk by each other in the street, and their clothes accidentally brush because it means that there must have been something between them in their past lives. If […]

‘Carmen’ Movie Review

Choreographer, Benjamin Millepied, brings us his directorial debut with his version of Carmen. Though the film is loosely based on the Opera, there are many familiar aspects of the story missing. Melissa Barrera, described the film as an origin story on The Kelly Clarkson Show. Melissa says, “basically, it is nothing like the Opera except […]

‘Air’ Movie Review

I fear that Ben Affleck and Matt Damon may just be a dream team. Air tells the story of how Sonny Vaccaro and Nike pursued rookie Michael Jordan in an attempt to create a partnership that ended up revolutionized the world of sports and massively affected pop culture. Somehow Ben Affleck made this film feel […]

All The World Is Sleeping Movie Review

“What’s worse than being invisible? Being seen as disposable.” Director Ryan Lacen, with the help of 7 system-impacted women with a history of substance use, wrote the screenplay for All The World Is Sleeping in a unique collaboration that was facilitated by the non-profit Bold Futures. You always hear people in the industry say that […]