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Film Review: Red Sparrow Soars In Displaying The U.S. VS Russia Saga

SYNOPSIS: Prima ballerina Dominika Egorova faces a bleak and uncertain future after she suffers an injury that ends her career. She soon turns to Sparrow School, a secret intelligence service that trains exceptional young people to use their minds and bodies as weapons. Egorova emerges as the most dangerous Sparrow after completing the sadistic training process.… Continue reading Film Review: Red Sparrow Soars In Displaying The U.S. VS Russia Saga

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Film Review: The Boy Downstairs Steps Into Relationship Uncertainty

The Boy Downstairs proves that comedy is tragic. Zosia Mamet plays Diana who is incredibly insecure, which puts her in awkward situations. You laugh at her witty one-liners, but also want to shake her until she “gets in line” with some confidence. She is too smart to play herself down as a fool, but there… Continue reading Film Review: The Boy Downstairs Steps Into Relationship Uncertainty

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Film Review: Three Reasons Marvel’s Black Panther Is Empowering Cinema

1) Beauty There is not one scene in Black Panther where I am not like, “YAAAASSSS!!! BOOK ME A FLIGHT TO WAKANDA!!!!!!!!!!!”. Even when the film is not in Wakanda, you are saying to yourself, “We are going back, right?”. Director, Ryan Coogler said this film is inspired by the whimsical idea of a world… Continue reading Film Review: Three Reasons Marvel’s Black Panther Is Empowering Cinema

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Film Review: Permission Asks If Sex Can Ever Be Solely An Experiment

  Synopsis: Anna (Rebecca Hall) and Will (Dan Stevens), were each other’s first every-things: first kiss, first love, first and only relationship. Now, 10 years in, at Anna’s 30th birthday party, as Will is about to propose, the couple’s best friend makes a drunken toast, suggesting that they should sleep around before their inevitable marriage.… Continue reading Film Review: Permission Asks If Sex Can Ever Be Solely An Experiment

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TV Review: The Alienist Continues Its Season Observing Social Honesty

As seen by my previous The Alienist review, its season continues with exemplar story-telling and subtle notes that pander to current, political tones. In a time when everybody, even if for different reasons, believes government is corrupt. The Alienist reminds us that it is not so much conspiracy that obstructs justice but the wealthy. Social scandal… Continue reading TV Review: The Alienist Continues Its Season Observing Social Honesty

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TV Review: Another Period Shows Time Does Not Change Much For Women

I LOVE Another Period. It is crass, gross, and completely inappropriate. It is unabashed in its outlandishness, and it seems perfect to take on topics like, feminism, women’s rights, and equality. Sure, the premise is in another period, but the show rises in revealing people do not change. As the season continues, the Bellacourt sisters… Continue reading TV Review: Another Period Shows Time Does Not Change Much For Women

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Film Review: Before We Vanish Is A Horror Film For Humanity

SYNOPSIS: In his twentieth film, acclaimed horror director Kiyoshi Kurosawa (Cure, Pulse) reinvents the alien movie as a unique and profoundly human tale of love and mystery. Three aliens travel to Earth on a reconnaissance mission in preparation for a mass invasion. Having taken possession of human bodies, the visitors rob the hosts of their essence… Continue reading Film Review: Before We Vanish Is A Horror Film For Humanity

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Film Review: American Folk Shows The Kindness of Strangers

The hardest thing for an artist is to be uninspired. There whole definition of creativity derives from inspiration, and an idea that how you see the world’s light, through its darkness, can make art. American Folk is about finding music inspiration through one of the darkest moments in American history: 9/11. Initially, the film captures… Continue reading Film Review: American Folk Shows The Kindness of Strangers

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TV Review: THE ALIENIST IS SUPER CREEPY!!!!!!!!!!

The Alienist opens when a series of haunting murders of boy prostitutes grips New York City. Newly appointed police commissioner Theodore Roosevelt (Brian Geraghty) calls upon criminal psychologist Dr. Laszlo Kreizler (Daniel Brühl) and newspaper illustrator John Moore (LukeEvans) to conduct the investigation in secret. They are joined by Sara Howard (Dakota Fanning), a headstrong… Continue reading TV Review: THE ALIENIST IS SUPER CREEPY!!!!!!!!!!

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Film Review- Maze Runner: The Death Cure Gives Series With New Life

Walking into Maze Runner: The Death Cure, I did not know I was going to get the best film of the series. Usually, dystopian, YA films like, The Hunger Games or The Divergent Series, start off with a bang to end more quietly. Maybe, it is a mental thing, but, for some reason, the end… Continue reading Film Review- Maze Runner: The Death Cure Gives Series With New Life