Saturday, May 8, 2021

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‘Monday’ Portrays Romance Outside of the Rom-Com

Moviegoers around the world were graced with yet another performance by heartthrob Sebastian Stan in his new film “Monday,” released on April 16...

‘Mortal Kombat:’ A(n Almost) Flawless Victory!

With it being over a year since I had last stepped foot in a movie theater, I was reluctant — but nonetheless excited...

‘Voyagers’ Movie Review: Space Monster or Savage Teenagers?

This review contains spoilers for the new science-fiction thriller movie “Voyagers.” Space travel films all tend to share a similar goal of finding a...

‘The United States vs. Billie Holiday:’ Who Killed Billie Holiday?

Content Warning: Drug addiction, alcoholism and sexual violence.    “The United States vs. Billie Holiday,” a Hulu original biopic directed by Lee Daniels and...

‘Moxie’ Doesn’t Have Too Much of It

Amy Poehler’s latest film “Moxie,” based on Jennifer Mathieu’s young adult novel of the same name, hit Netflix on March 3. “Moxie” currently...

UCI Alumnus Dylan Quintero, Writer And Director Of ‘Thank You’

23-year-old UCI alumnus Dylan Quintero gets personal with his latest film, “Thank You,” which was released in the month of February through private...

‘I Care a Lot’ Movie Review: A Battle of the Sexes

Editor’s Note: This review contains spoilers for Netflix’s “I Care A Lot.” “I Care a Lot,” a thriller written and directed by J Blakeson,...

‘Judas and the Black Messiah:’ Bill O’Neal’s Moral Dilemma in the Assassination of Fred Hampton

“Judas and the Black Messiah,'' a historical drama and political tragedy directed by Shaka King that depicts the end of Fred Hampton’s life,...

‘Nomadland’ Taps Into An Understated American Subculture

In the wake of severe economic downfall and the loss of her husband, a woman leaves her rural Nevada hometown to embark on...

‘Minari’: A Visceral Lens Presenting the Korean-American Immigrant Experience

“Minari” is a semi-autobiographical fictional piece written and directed by Lee Isaac Chung which was released on Feb. 12. It follows a Korean...

‘To All the Boys: Always and Forever’ Ends on a Sweet Note

The third installment of the “To All the Boys” movies, based on the book series by Jenny Han, made its long-awaited debut on...

Go Grab A Trish And Watch ‘Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar’

Barb (Annie Mumolo) and Star (Kristen Wiig) have sparked the interest of comedy lovers with “Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar,”...

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