Photos Courtesy of 20th Century Fox“Love, Simon” is everything audiences have seen in teen rom-coms before. There’s grand romantic gestures, quirky best friends, clueless parents, legendary soundtracks and quick-witted narration. We have always been able to rely on these teen love story cliches. Hollywood keeps making these movies because people keep buying … [Read more...] about Review: ‘Love, Simon’ is a Diverse and Inclusive Teen Rom-com
Review: Alex Garland’s ‘Annihilation’
Photos Courtesy of Paramount Pictures“Annihilation," directed by Alex Garland, is ambitious but disappointing. Previously, Garland directed "Ex Machina," arguably one of the best films in the past five years. The sci-fi film reached beyond its genre lines and attracted audiences with an intricate and polished story. "Annihilation" did none of these things. "Annihilation" … [Read more...] about Review: Alex Garland’s ‘Annihilation’
Review: ‘The Florida Project’ Exemplifies a Masterpiece in Film
Photos Courtesy of A24“The Florida Project” opens on two children playing outside a cheap motel as the famous disco song “Celebration” fades in. The children scream and giggle while Kool & The Gang sing, “Celebrate good times, come on.” And with that, the best movie of 2017 begins.“The Florida Project” follows 6-year-old … [Read more...] about Review: ‘The Florida Project’ Exemplifies a Masterpiece in Film
MoviePass: Blockbuster Hit or Box Office Flop?
Photo by Jennevieve Fong MoviePass subscribers have surged from a significant subscription price drop, giving college students and everyday movie-goers an opportunity to go to the movies on a budget. With a $9.95 a month subscription price for one movie ticket a day, MoviePass extended their reach beyond the above-average movie lovers who once shelled out up to $50 a … [Read more...] about MoviePass: Blockbuster Hit or Box Office Flop?
Review: ‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’ Plays It Too Safe
Photos Courtesy of Fox Searchlight Pictures“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri" is a rich and dynamic film just a few screenplay drafts short of being perfect. “Three Billboards,” written and directed by Martin McDonagh, is nominated for seven Oscars, including Best Picture and Best Original Screenplay.This movie had all the ingredients to become … [Read more...] about Review: ‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’ Plays It Too Safe