Admittedly, I was never really good at Sonic the Hedgehog (Uncharted on the other hand, I let my three platinum trophies do the talking). In Sonic 2, I had a hard time zipping around the map and I’d always drop my rings everywhere. Sonic’s movie is like me behind the Genesis controller: it’s a little […]
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Ah, it’s that time of the year where love is in the air as lovers exchange roses, teddy bears, and chocolate covered strawberries (or raisins if you want to be a little extra romantic). Meanwhile, the Queen of Pop Carly Rae Jepsen is out here cancelling Valentine’s Day with her new single ‘Let’s Be Friends.’
In his acceptance speech for Parasite’s Best Foreign Langauge Film win at this year’s Golden Globes a month ago, director Bong Joon Ho told the Hollywood Foreign Press and Americans watching at home, “Once you overcome the 1-inch-tall barrier of subtitles, you will be introduced to so many more amazing films.”
We can all agree that Suicide Squad may have been one of the worst superhero movies in recent memory. The choppy editing, lazy script, ugly cinematography, and Jared Leto’s Joker made for two hours we’re still trying to get back. But out of this mess, the character Harley Quinn was born and her own spinoff […]
Fairy tales are usually filled with magic and happy endings. The Ugly Duckling turned into a beautiful swan, Snow White woke up from the Prince’s kiss, and Shrek married Fiona. While Hansel & Gretel was never really the most uplifting tale (ya know, with the witch burning in the oven at the end), director Oz Perkins’ adaptation makes the tale a little bit stranger, a lot more artsy, and adds a feminist angle.
On Jan. 26, Philadelphia lost a landmark. No, I’m not talking about the Liberty Bell, City Hall, or Jim’s Steaks on South Street; but the beloved movie theater Ritz at the Bourse. After 30 years of operations, the Cohen Media Group, who purchased Landmark Cinemas that owns the three Ritz theaters in Philly, decided to close the five-screen multiplex that specialized in showing unique art house, international, and independent movies.
Last week, the Coronavirus was declared an international health emergency. This epidemic is eye-opening and while there are many layers to this story, there’s one aspect that has come to the attention of the Chinese government. The coronavirus isn’t just killing people, but the box-office too.
Ah, here we go again! Hollywood will be the center of the world for this year’s Oscars ceremony on Sunday, Feb. 9 at 8 p.m. on ABC. There are some great films up for nominations, but what would an Oscars ceremony be without any controversy?
This means war. No, I’m not talking about the Best Picture nominee 1917 (it’s overrated by the way), but the ongoing battle between theater chains and streaming services.
Yeah I know this issue hits stands on Dec. 4, but the jury has been out on this year since January: 2019 was one of the worst years for film in recent memory.