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Dear White People (2014); thoughts

Netflix recently released the third season of their hit comedy show and it's more popular than ever before, so there isn't a better time...

The Farewell (2019): An Exploration of Cultural Conflicts Through A True Lie

Within the past couple of years, the American film industry has become more aware of its influence on today's politics, especially when it comes...

Fast Color: A Poignant Superhero-Drama that Demands to be Seen

Fast Color: A Poignant Superhero-Drama that Demands to be Seen Some may argue a directors biggest feat is getting a strong performance out of their...

Child’s Play (2019) is further proof why remakes are unnecessary

Child's Play © 2019 CopyRight All Rights Reserved. 2019 is the year of the reboots whether it’s reboots being announced or released, this year it’s...

film noir and the banality of evil

FILMS NOIRS AND HOW THEY EMBODY THE BANALITY OF EVIL Film noir is not easily defined. The term was used in France for the first...

Facing and Accepting the End of an Era in ‘Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood’

It’s fitting that Quentin Tarantino is talking up retirement as his supposed penultimate film, Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood, is solely focused on...

Disney Needs to Stop Treating Their Live Action Remakes Like a Cash Cow

This year, Disney released three live-action remakes of their incredibly popular animated features: Dumbo, Aladdin, and The Lion King. However, unlike some of their...

Best Films About Apollo 11 and the Moon Landing

On this day 50 years ago, crew of Apollo 11 became the first people in history to land on the Moon. It is, without...

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Rape and Revenge Films: Feminism or Fetishization?

While the majority of the genre is left unspoken about-- a guilty secret amongst film lovers— movies such as the popular French-American Revenge (2017), have brought the category into the spotlight, begging the question: are rape-revenge films empowering, or are they marketing off of female suffering?