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“The Call of the Wild”: Best reserved for free viewing

Evan Engelhaupt March 26, 2020

Illustration by Andrea NebhutWhen I sat down to watch "The Call of the Wild," I had almost no idea what the movie was about. I knew only three things it had: a dog, Harrison Ford and a lot of CGI. And...

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“Honey Boy”: A memoir and ode to growing up

Evan Engelhaupt February 20, 2020

Illustration by Andrea NebhutIIn the midst of all the blockbuster movies that saturate theaters, there are the lesser-known, independently developed films that can be more emotionally and mentally gripping...

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Innovation is on the horizon for 2020 cinema

Evan Engelhaupt February 13, 2020

illustration by Ren RaderLast year was a massive year for movies. Alongside several bounds in cinematography with movies like “1917,” “Lighthouse,” “Lion King” and “Joker,”...

“Birds of Prey” soars past initial expectations

“Birds of Prey” soars past initial expectations

Evan Engelhaupt February 13, 2020

Illustration by Andrea NebhutDC or Detective Comics has certainly had a rocky history when it comes to movies, but continuing to create entries in their expanded universe enough to keep themselves afloat....

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The Oscar Nominations: Good, but predictable

Evan Engelhaupt January 23, 2020

Illustration by Ren RaderThis round of Oscars certainly has a stellar lineup. There is no doubt that the movies on the list are deserving to be potential Academy Award winners. However, that is not to...

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The film of the decade is one from the stars

Evan Engelhaupt November 21, 2019

illustration by Andrea Nebhut It seems people are always complaining about how Hollywood has gotten dry and that the era of great movies is long gone. While that sentiment has certainly been valid at...

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“Last Christmas” is lazy and overly sarcastic

Evan Engelhaupt November 13, 2019

Illustration by Andrea Nebhut Holiday movies are a great excuse to stay in for the night and just be lazy in front of the TV screen. However, you are the one who is supposed to be lazy, not the screenwriters...

“The Lighthouse”: A mesmerizing gem

“The Lighthouse”: A mesmerizing gem

Evan Engelhaupt October 31, 2019

illustration by Andrea NebhutFall is an interesting time for movies. The summer blockbusters have passed, and the big end of the year films, like Star Wars, have yet to release. This leaves the months...

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“El Camino”: An Epilogue Worth the Wait

Evan Engelhaupt October 31, 2019

illustration by Andrea NebhutWhen Vince Gilligan’s hit series “Breaking Bad” released back in 2008, no one could have predicted the success and notoriety it would reach by the time its...

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Joker: Worthy of an Oscar?

Evan Engelhaupt October 17, 2019

Illustration by Andrea NebhutWhether you are an avid “Joker” fan or even just someone who watches comic book movies on the regular, we all knew this movie was going to be hit-or-miss. The box...

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Beyond the Plot: Ad Astra Movie Review

Evan Engelhaupt October 3, 2019

Illustration by Andrea NebhutIn the era of endless comic book movies, book adaptions and sequels, it is always nice for a blockbuster movie that stands entirely alone, especially when it is a thought-provoking...

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