Category: Movie Reviews

Movie Review | Jojo Rabbit

By Cassie Maz The quick take: In an anti-hate movie, Waititi puts hate front and center–and toes the line expertly. Thor Ragnarok (2017) director Taika Waititi finds a unique balance between laugh-out-loud humor and...

Movie Review | The King

By Savannah Henry The quick take: Your bladder is about to fight its own Hundred Years’ War. The King (2019) was released on Netflix on November 1st 2019. This English, early 15th century period...

Movie Review: The Addams Family

By Gabriella Prieto The quick take: Not for OG Addams Family Fans A brand-new adaptation for one of America’s most beloved families is coming to theaters across the world today. This modern take on...

Movie Review: Ad Astra

By: Adam Bumas The quick take:  Not to be missed for anyone who wants a more thoughtful kind of exciting space adventure The long take: Ad Astra takes place in the future, but thinking about...

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Movie Review: Venom

By: Cale Berger Rating: 6/10 I’ll be honest.  As I walked into the theater for the early screening of Venom, I had low expectations.  I was expecting another basic superhero origin story, chalk full...

The Predator

Movie Review: The Predator

By: John Wright Rating: 7/10   The Predator franchise is an anomaly in modern Hollywood. It’s a beloved 80s sci-fi property with a loyal cult fanbase and a lot of background lore in comics and...

Movie Review: Christopher Robin

By: Thomas Troyan Rating: C+ Disney’s Christopher Robin is the latest film in the growing trend of taking classic cartoons from the Walt Disney company and adapting them for a live-action setting. Following films...

Movie Review: Incredibles 2

By Bethany Brubeck Rating: 9/10 This long-awaited sequel to the iconic Pixar film The Incredibles has been fourteen years in the making, leaving fans of all ages excited for the action. Director and writer Brad...

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Movie Review: Tag

By: Thomas Troyan Rating: C “We don’t stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing.” This is the driving quote behind 2018’s “Tag,” a film about five friends who...