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Surprisingly sophisticated, ‘The Invisible Man’ offers a nuanced take on surviving...

Courtesy of Universal Pictures 2017 was a big year for Universal Pictures. On May 22, the studio unveiled...

The charming romance in ‘All the Bright Places’ fails to make...

Courtesy of Netflix Netflix has been on a teen romance streak as of late. Following closely behind “To...

‘Sonic the Hedgehog’ misses the iconic nostalgic charm of the ‘90s

Courtesy of Paramount Pictures The blue hedgehog zooms onto the silver screen with his first feature length film....

‘P.S. I Still Love You’ adds a love triangle to the...

Courtesy of Netflix “P.S. I Still Love You” is the much anticipated sequel to “To All the Boys...

Radar Oscar picks

Best Picture: “1917” By: Colin Carney   Fresh off its win for Best Picture and Best Director at the recent Golden Globes, “1917” stands poised to claim this...

Radar Replay: ‘Comet’ is a nuanced, experimental take on the typical...

Romantic comedies are abundant in Hollywood — unfortunately, so much so that they’ve begun to rely on tried-and-true cliches. The typical boy-meets-girl story is...

Marvel movies are not cinema, they’re business

Last month, acclaimed film director Martin Scorsese likened the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) to the movie equivalent of a theme park and immediately afterward,...

Campus Spotlight: Spotlight on Hope Film Camp shines a light on...

Cassie Nguyen began her masters program at the School of Public Policy at UCR in 2015, and with her she brought her passion for...

A Cursory Introduction to A24 Films

Anyone who claims that the film industry is in a state of creative bankruptcy pays too much mind to the franchises dominating the pop...

Halloween watchlist: Great horror films with female leads

The horror film has long been a powerful medium of social commentary and criticism, but it also is burdened by a history of exploiting...