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Since the beginning of the 21st century, Hollywood and cinema have embraced the inclusion of comic book films amongst their blockbuster ranks.
Big strides for the LGBT community were achieved with the film “Love, Simon.”
As a former DC Extended Universe enthusiast, there’s a lot to “unbox” from the DC juggernaut superhero team-up movie.
With the recent adaptational flop of Netflix’s “Death Note” still looming over our heads, I walked into my first screening of “It” rather skeptical.
Heading to the movies is the epitome of summer. I found myself watching “The Hitman’s Bodyguard” starring Samuel L. Jackson and Ryan Reynolds.
If there was any doubt that Disney owned Marvel before, there’s none now. With Marvel’s latest movie Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. II hitting the theaters, the movie’s underlying theme is classic Disney.
Growing up on classic Disney fairytales leaves us all thinking, “I want that certain ‘je ne sais quoi’” which leads us to look for our own version of a love story.
This tagline for Jordan Peele’s “Get Out” brilliantly encapsulates the racial dynamics at play in this chilling social-thriller. In his feature debut as a writer and director, Peele holds a mirror to 21st century America and dismantles the assertion that we live in a post-racial society.