Review: ‘Luckiest Girl Alive’ disappoints
By Emma Stoodley Luckiest Girl Alive, a new Netflix film, is another book-to-movie adaptation failure. Since its release, the film has spent all of its time on the Netflix Top 10. The book, following the same name, was written by Jessica Knoll, came out in 2015, and spent four months on best-seller lists. It follows […]
REVIEW: The best Batman?
By Darian Susic Matt Reeves The Batman adds to the caped crusader’s fantastic saga It is finally here: Matt Reeves’ “The Batman” continues the caped crusader’s fantastic saga. Reeves’s detective noir Batman was a smash hit as it was edgy, suspenseful, and exhilarating. While still exhibiting elements of the previous Batmans, Reeves’ take is a […]
REVIEW: “The French Dispatch” is a visual masterpiece
By Ellie Carter A plotless yet engaging story, unforgettable visuals, and a star-studded cast: The French Dispatch, directed, written, and produced by Wes Anderson, is one of, if not the best, movie of last year. Released in October, the movie follows an ensemble cast of journalists trying to create the final issue of their magazine, […]
REVIEW: ‘Frozen II’ picks up where it left off
By Jayelin Haines Frozen is back, “showing itself” to be just as charming and gorgeous as the last one. Frozen II came out on Nov. 22, 2019, and rocked the box office. Coming in at $358.2 million the first week worldwide, Frozen II has shattered its records from the first installment. The original Frozen did […]
‘Little Women’ has empowering themes
By Jayelin Haines The 2019 motion picture, Little Women, has proven to be everything but little. This brand new take on the 150-year-old novel by Louisa May Alcott hit theaters on December 25, 2019, and earned a whopping $16.8 million on its first weekend. This wonderful narrative will unlock its viewer’s emotions and find a […]
REVIEW: Is ‘Robin Hood’ worth the gold?
By Caroline Hager When remaking a folktale that many adore, at least make it bigger and better than the last. Robin Hood, a movie with a good storyline, does not live up to high expectations due to poor execution of the plot. In my opinion, this movie was not one of my favorites. Going into […]
REVIEW: ‘Mamma Mia 2’ a must-see twist on a classic
By Ellie Alholm and Caroline Hager Looking for a well thought out, overall fun movie? Mamma Mia, Here We Go Again, is a perfect fit. Mama Mia 2 takes place in Kalokari, Greece, as the main character, Sophie (Amanda Seyfried) begins to rebuild her deceased mother’s dream hotel. Sophie experiences tough challenges along the way […]
Newest Grinch adaptation one to check out in theaters
By Christian Stevens “You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch.” This famous quote is known around the world during Christmas time and when it is said, everyone knows the story behind it. With not many new Christmas movies coming out this year in theaters, The Grinch is a fun-filled, great movie for all ages. The Grinch […]
REVIEW: Skip ‘The Nun’
By Stana Burke The Nun is from the Conjuring franchise, making it the fifth movie they have made. This movie takes place before the Conjuring and Annabelle, which are previous movies from this franchise. The movie starts off with Sister Irene who has yet to take her vows to be an official nun and Father […]
An Introverts Guide to Wasting Time: Episode 3
This is the third episode of An Introvert’s Guide to Wasting Time, a podcast about media that I would recommend. During the third edition of this podcast, we discuss my review of 5 new pieces of media: a book, a movie, a TV show, and two albums. Host: Abby Hill Episode 3 Thanks for listening!