Kong’s Semi-Triumphant Return to the Big Screen
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Kong’s Semi-Triumphant Return to the Big Screen

Kong: Skull Island is a sloppy, overstuffed CGI Fest that has enough well made action scenes to be an enjoyable and exciting film.  It was directed by Jordan Vogt-Roberts…

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Films to Look Out For (February-March)
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Films to Look Out For (February-March)

Overall, 2016 was a great year for movies, as it was filled with with plenty of deep, award-caliber films as well as the usual batch of fun comic…

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Arrival – An Intelligent Sci-Fi Thriller
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Arrival – An Intelligent Sci-Fi Thriller

WARNING: SPOILERS Denis Villeneuve, director of Prisoners, Enemy, and Sicario, has recently released his newest film, Arrival, which is a clever take on the alien invasion genre, with…

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Who Should Direct Deadpool 2?
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Who Should Direct Deadpool 2?

In early 2018, the fan-favorite anti-hero, Deadpool, will return to theaters for the sequel. With the recent departure of the film’s first director, Tim Miller, many fans have wondered:…

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Netflix’s Hidden Gem: Black Mirror
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Netflix’s Hidden Gem: Black Mirror

Over the past few years, Netflix has proven that it is fully committed to becoming the number one destination for original content. As Netflix’s collection of original shows…

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What it’s Like to Go to a High School Film Festival
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What it’s Like to Go to a High School Film Festival

One of the phrases often stated by the All American High School Film Festival (AAHSFF) head, Andrew Jenks, is that “It’s very likely that you’re sitting next to the future…

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Blair Witch (2016) Review
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Blair Witch (2016) Review

(SPOILERS) I am easily frightened; I see no point in horror movies; I don’t like being unable to sleep in the days after seeing one. It is for…

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2016’s Film Savior: The Toronto International Film Festival
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2016’s Film Savior: The Toronto International Film Festival

To put it bluntly, this year has not been the best year in terms of film releases. While there have certainly been some gems (e.g. Green Room,The Invitation, and Weiner),…

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