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“Angel has Fallen” is worth the watch

November 11, 2019 11:06pm | Sherlynn Rodriguez

Secret Service Agent Mike Banning, played by Gerad Butler, is accused of an attempted assassination on U.S. President Allan Trumbull. After escaping from his guards and captors, Mike must avoid the FBI and police to find the real threat towards the president. He soon turns […]

There’s an app for that …

November 9, 2019 10:57am | Itzel Velazquez

Death? There is an app for that   5…4…3…2…1  A horror/thriller film, Countdown, is about an app where an individual finds out the exact moment they die. The app is stumbled upon by a group of college kids, and as they open the app they find […]

“Vincent and Theo” shows true inspiration

October 29, 2019 2:00pm | Jasmyne McAlpine

History can sometimes be just a lifeless and boring sequence of events, even the history of such a supposedly-inspiring subject as art. However, when those events are brought to life by people’s experiences of that time, the living conditions and feelings rather than just a […]

Teen movie perfect for teen audiences

October 23, 2019 11:51am | Mia Barrett

After is a PG movie directed by Jenny Gage that follows freshman college student Teressa Young. As a teen, Teressa’s mother controlled her love life and made many of her life decisions – and Teressa let her, including choosing a high school boyfriend that her […]

“It: Chapter 2” is good for scares

October 16, 2019 3:23pm | April Martinez

The fact that It: Chapter 2 was more terrifying than the first chapter is quite shocking. The sequel to the 2017 film, based on Stephen King’s 1986 bestseller, fast forwards 27 years to adulthood in the Losers’ Club. They reunited back in their hometown because […]

An oldie brings home life lessons

September 1, 2019 7:06pm | Mia Barrett

The Blind Side is a  PG-13 movie directed by John Lee Hancock that follows a teen named Michael, his adopted mother Leigh and his new little brother Sean. Michael was a homeless black teen who was very shy and had endured a lot in his […]

Marvel Studio’s latest leaves viewers awestruck

April 15, 2019 10:47am | Jazlynn Early

Fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) were ecstatic about the release of Captain Marvel when it hit theaters March 8, 2019. After the many rumors social media had stirred up after seeing Avengers: Infinity War, Captain Marvel had to live up to high expectations, […]

Check out “The Upside”

March 27, 2019 8:43pm | Sherlynn Rodriguez

The Upside is a comedy/drama film that was directed by Neil Burger. Neil Burger is known for being a film and television director, writer and producer. He is also known for the fake-documentary interview with the assassin, the period drama The Illusionist, Limitless, Sci-fi action […]

Don’t waste time on dull comedy

March 8, 2019 1:28pm | Itzel Velazquez

Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon co-star in the R-rated comedy The Spy Who Dumped Me. The film, directed by Susanna Fogel, was released July 25, 2018. Other stars in the film include Sam Heughan, Ivanna Sakhno, Justin Theroux and Gillian Anderson, among others. Kunis plays […]

Award-winning movie worth a view

March 5, 2019 1:22pm | Josalyn Taylor

Bohemian Rhapsody has won two Golden Globe Awards for its ability to show the rise of the famous band Queen. The movie focuses on the life of the lead singer, Freddie Mercury. It covers 15 years of the band’s rise, fall and comeback. The movie […]