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Spider-Man: Far From Home; thoughts

Endgame perfectly closed the Infinity Saga. Spider-Man: Far From Home is both a lighthearted summer blockbuster and a respectable entrance to the new chapter of this...

Midsommar: A Review

Midsommar might look at first like the perfect getaway, much like the fyre festival, not all is as it seems in this folk-horror. Ari...

Godzilla: King of the Monsters is Great

Godzilla: King of the Monsters (or Godzilla 2, if you will) was released almost a month ago, on May 30th. It opened to fairly disappointing...

See You Yesterday; Thoughts

A hidden gem of a movie, See You Yesterday is best enjoyed with as little information as possible. CJ (Eden Duncan-Smith) and Sebastian (Dante Criclow) are two...

Booksmart: A Re-imagination of an Archetype

"Good morning, winner. Take a deep breath. Good. You're ready to dominate this day. You've worked harder than everyone, and that is why you're...

I Am Mother; thoughts

In I Am Mother, it is almost ironic that Mother is the only character that feels human. Director Grant Sputore collaborated with Netflix for his feature...

The Unexplored Potential of Dark Phoenix

Picture Credit: Disney/Fox Spoilers Ahead  Dark Phoenix, like every other movie in Fox’s X-Men Universe, had potential. The X-Men are some of the most complex, original,...

MA; thoughts

"Don't trust strangers." is a sentence we've all heard from our parents, and now Blumhouse studios released a movie seemingly inspired by this phrase....

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A Splash of Waters: Exploring the Theatrical Style of John Waters 50 Years Later

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Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw

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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?