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The Hate U Give gives new perspectives

The Hate U Give gives new perspectives

Sarah Ellis

November 4, 2018


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“The Hate U Give,” based on the book by Angie Thomas, is not an easy watch. Director George Tillman Jr. brings forth a fictional account of police brutality against the black community. After witnessing the fatal shooting of childhood best friend Khalil (Algee Smith) at the hands of a police officer,...

Night School knocks the laughs out

Night School knocks the laughs out

Ceejay Liberatore

November 4, 2018


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“Night School” was a hilarious movie and comedy, it overall had a lot of people laughing. The movie shows what happens to this group of people who have to make up their GPA. When they all meet for the first time to go to class it’s very awkward and it shows. Everyone has to introduce themselves...

Freeform begins 31 Nights of Halloween

Freeform begins 31 Nights of Halloween

Sarah Ellis

October 7, 2018


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For years, television network Freeform has had “13 Nights of Halloween”, where the network airs iconic Halloween movies every day for the final 13 days of October. This year, however, Freeform is doing something new -“31 Nights of Halloween”. Now, instead of just 13 days of Halloween movies...

‘Eighth Grade’ shows struggles of youth

‘Eighth Grade’ shows struggles of youth

Ria Dey

September 3, 2018


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“Eighth Grade” stars Elsie Fisher as Kayla Day, a shy 13-year-old navigating through the difficulties of adolescence as her last week of middle school comes to a close.   I would be lying if I said I was not cringing throughout this entire film, but it is not for the reasons you think. In fac...

Summer flicks you may have missed

Summer flicks you may have missed

Jaden Shemesh

September 2, 2018


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Antman and Wasp The sequel fails to live up to the bar set by its predecessor. It has good action sequences as most superhero films have nowadays, but the humor of the film fails to make the audience laugh most of the time. The movie is so fast paced that it becomes hard to follow some key plot poi...

“To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” exemplifies the perfect teen rom-com

“To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” exemplifies the perfect teen rom-com

Jaden Shemesh

August 26, 2018


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“To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” tells the story of Lara Jean (Lana Condor), a shy, high school junior who writes love letters to her crushes without sending them; however, once her letters are mysteriously mailed out to each of her five crushes, her life completely changes. The capability...

“I Feel Pretty” stuns audience

“I Feel Pretty” stuns audience

Jaden Shemesh

May 26, 2018


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In “I Feel Pretty,” Renee Bennett (Amy Schumer) works for Lily LeClair's online division, located in a basement in Chinatown with only one co-worker (Adrian Martinez). Bennett has a very low self-esteem as a result of not being confident in her body image. However, once she suffers an embarrassing...

The Oscars are here, make your predictions

The Oscars are here, make your predictions

Carolin Hearne

March 4, 2018


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Meryl Streep shines in ‘The Post’

Meryl Streep shines in ‘The Post’

Jaden Shemesh

January 21, 2018


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“The Post” tells the story of The Washington Post’s decision to publish the Pentagon Papers, classified documents detailing the United States’ involvement in Vietnam for 30 years, beginning with World War II. The story mostly takes place during 1971, when The New York Times began publishing the...

“The Disaster Artist” is anything but a disaster

“The Disaster Artist” is anything but a disaster

Jaden Shemesh

December 10, 2017


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“The Disaster Artist” documents the friendship of Greg Sestero and Tommy Wiseau and the creation of their movie, “The Room,” one of the best-worst movies of all time. Based on the actual book written by Sestero, “The Disaster Artist” brings feelings of nostalgia, friendship and betrayal to...

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