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“The Book of Clarence” adds a kick of modernity and humor to the ancient story of Jesus’ crucifixion. (Photo from IMDb)

‘The Book of Clarence’: unconventional spirituality on the silver screen

By Alicia Liste January 21, 2024

“The Book of Clarence” is not your average Bible movie. With its diverse cast, creative editing and modern details, like smoking of what the New York Times calls “ancient weed," the film gives age-old...

The movie loses all hope for an eerie mystique in a strange scene where the animatronics, the scariest presence in the film, become friendly and build a fort with the main characters. (Photo from Universal Pictures)

‘Five Nights at Freddy’s’ fails to scare

By Nicole Pimenta Innecco December 14, 2023

“Five Nights at Freddy's,” the long-awaited film adaptation of the popular game franchise, brings audiences into the haunted world of Freddy Fazbear's Pizzeria. As I have played and enjoyed the game...

Co-director Cecilia Aldarondo rewinds to the past and relives her high school experiences through a unique film. (Photo from IMDb)

Not like the other movies: ‘You Were My First Boyfriend’ revisits high school trauma through cinematic re-enactments

By Alicia Liste November 29, 2023

As the proverbial theater lights dimmed, I was immediately immersed in the captivating world of love, nostalgia and self-discovery with HBO's latest cinematic masterpiece, "You Were My First Boyfriend.”  The...

Despite the thrilling boxing scenes and an intriguing story between the main characters, the cliché story in “Creed III” is disappointing. (Photo from IMDb)

‘Creed III’: A beautiful, predictable movie

By Annabelle Yip May 17, 2023

When “Creed III,” the third installment of the hit series, reached theaters on March 3, I was expecting to see a whirlwind of a movie, one that would captivate my attention all throughout. Much to...

Netflixs adaptation of the School for Good and Evil brushes over several major plot points, leaving it feeling shallow.

‘The School for Good and Evil’ is a beautiful mess

By Faith Watters January 17, 2023

Directed by Paul Feig, “The School for Good and Evil” was released by Netflix on Oct. 13. As I was a huge fan of the original trilogy when I was younger, I was pumped up when I saw the news that it...

Netflix successfully creates a new addition to the Holmes movies.

‘Enola Holmes’ is the mystery of the year

By Ashley Orozco January 7, 2021

As I was scrolling through Netflix trying to find something new to watch, I came across the movie “Enola Holmes.” I hadn't heard much about it, so I decided to give it a try. Little did I know, it...

Frozen II spoilers without context. Youll have to check it for yourself!

‘Frozen II’ melted my heart of ice

By Allen Zhang December 13, 2019

With gorgeous animations, catchy songs and a chance to revisit fans’ beloved Frozen characters, Disney’s “Frozen II” hit theaters Nov. 22, almost six years after the first film was released.  [SPOILER...

No need for concerns

No need for concerns

By Anika Karody November 18, 2019

Hysterical, inappropriate laughter. A cynical villain. That is what I had initially thought about the DC Comics character Joker, until I watched the new movie about him, which is titled “Joker.” The...

New dreamworks movie shines a new light on animated Chinese movies

Abominable’s rise through cultural influences

By Yukari E. Zapata November 8, 2019

A bominable, a movie set in Beijing, China, surrounds the idea of finding yourself. The film stars actress Chloe Bennet playing the main protagonist, Yi. Albert Tsai stars as Peng, Yi’s close...

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