Movie Reviews

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“Fantastic Beasts” casts a fantastic spell

Prequels generally have a bad reputation. While every now and then an “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom” sneaks ...

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“Before the Flood” review

Leonardo DiCaprio delivers a relevant and emotional message in his recent documentary “Before the Flood,” which leav...

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Denis Villenueve deciphers alien language in “Arrival”

Denis Villeneuve deciphers alien language in “Arrival” Brandon Schreur A & E Editor Throughout the years, we’v...

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Mel Gibson masterfully combines style and substance in “Hacksaw Ridge”

There are very few directors who are able to wrangle and produce a full story arc the way that Mel Gibson can. It was no...

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Marvel’s “Doctor Strange” marvels

In light of its ever-expansive cinematic universe, Marvel has done its best to make each of its entries feel unique and ...

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“Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children” a so-so outing for director Tim Burton

Since early childhood, Jake’s grandfather Abe regaled him with fantastical tales of his adolescence spent battling mas...

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“Deepwater Horizon” review

On April 20, 2010, the Deepwater Horizon, a drilling rig located in the Gulf of Mexico harvesting oil for BP Petroleum, ...

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Oliver Stone’s “Snowden” leaks of missed opportunity

Edward Snowden, the man responsible for leaking classified information regarding the NSA to the public, is currently liv...

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Summer movie recap

With every summer comes the release of many blockbuster films that promise sequels, superheroes and explosions, all of w...

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“The Witch” explores boundaries of Christianity and horror genre

“The Witch,” directed by Robert Eggers was first released in January at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival where it won...