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Tuesday, March 31, 2020

“Pitch Perfect 2” is in tune

For those of us who braved the rain and waited hours in a line outside of the HUB to receive tickets, “Pitch Perfect 2” was a much-needed relief from the gut-wrenching debacle of continued...

“Birth of a Nation” is a flawed, but mesmerizing film

Generally, film reviews are pretty standard: A writer gives an argument for why a certain film is worth watching or not, and then rates said film on a scale from one to 10. However,...

“Pride and Prejudice and Zombies” Will Eat Your Hopes Out

“Pride and Prejudice and Zombies” had everything going for it: a plotline based on one of the most famous books of all time, good-looking actors, an irresistible girl-power vibe and last but certainly not...

“Avengers: Infinity War” — 10 years of fan investments pay off

No spoilers. You’re welcome. There was an idea — moviegoers know this — called the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). The idea was to bring together the stories of a group of remarkable people, to see...

“Delivery Man” Review

In 2011, Ken Scott directed a French-Canadian film called “Starbuck,” a heartwarming story about a slacker 40-something who finds out that he has fathered 500 children due to his sperm donations at a fertility...

“War Horse” Movie Review

“War Horse,” directed by Steven Spielberg, premiered Dec. 25, 2011 as a war drama featuring the story of a horse passed from person to person in the midst of World War I. Originally based...

Truthfully, no dare justifies watching “Truth or Dare”

First of all, I apologize for the awful headline. But I mean well. “Truth or Dare” is bad. You know it, I know it, and if you’re taking time out of your life to...

“Dracula Untold” bites with a predictable but enjoyable action flick

The cinema is often filled with two types of movies: trendsetters and trend followers. The former is rare, the latter abundant. Looking at the list of movies of the past and upcoming months, it...

“The Dictator” Movie Review

“The Dictator” is the first feature written by Sacha Baron Cohen that is not focused on one of the personalities that he created on “Da Ali G Show.” Also setting it apart from his...

“Sleight” has only slight sleight of magic

There’s a new superhero in town, and he’s got both the sleight of hand and the upper hand. As a science whiz and a master of wizardry, the hero of “Sleight,” Bo (Jacob Latimore),...