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Justice League Provided No Justice

Watching the first few minutes of Justice League, I was impressed. The quality, casting, sound, and script were all executed well, however,  the costumes and camera angles left me disappointed, but not surprised. In Wonder Woman, the empowering Amazons are a brave army of women ready to take on any …

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Spike Lee Revisits His Darling

Just as Jesus fed the masses with a single loaf and fish, Spike Lee revolutionized film with a miniscule $175,000 budget. Lee’scontroversial comedy-drama She’s Gotta Have It debutted in 1986 with its soulful score and fresh plot following the very complex Nola Darling. The introduction of Nola to audiences nationwide …

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Thor: Ragnarok Did Not Rock

Marvel released yet another movie, Thor: Ragnarok, on Nov. 3. Although it’s another fun and adventurous movie following the god of thunder, it seems that this film’s underlying purpose is to keep fans busy while Marvel HQ works on The Avengers: Infinity war. The movie starts out with Thor trapped …

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Murder on the Orient Leaves Me Dead

Murder, suspense, beautiful costumes and scenery, what more could one want from a movie? Murder on the Orient Express, released on Nov. 10 2017, is adapted from Agatha Christie’s murder mystery of the same title, originally published on  Jan. 1 1934. Visually stunning and full of intrigue, it is sure …

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Modern Fairy Tale

Rumors of a royal wedding have been spreading, but only recently have they been confirmed. The United Kingdom’s Prince Harry announced his engagement to American actress, Meghan Markle on November 27, 2017. The Clarence House of London has confirmed that the wedding will take place next year during the spring. …

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Loco for Coco

Pixar’s new animated movie Coco, premiered in theaters on Nov. 22. The setting takes place in Mexico, during Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead), a Mexican holiday to celebrate the lives of past loved ones. Coco is the first Disney film to put Mexican culture as its center …

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Lady Bird Takes Flight

Lady Bird, starring Saoirse Ronan, recently became the most well reviewed movie on the site Rotten Tomatoes The film received a 100% score,  which isn’t surprising. This is Greta Gerwig’s first solo directed film, at the impressive age of 34. This indie movie takes place in the early 2000s and …

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Blood, Sweat, and Tears at the AMAs

The 2017 American Music Awards on Nov. 19 sidelined the expected award show controversy by avoiding constant political innuendos for a night loaded to the brim with unique performances. The show-opening duet between Kelly Clarkson and Pink featured their own rendition of R.E.M.’s song “Everybody Hurts.” The calm melodies mixed …

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Arcade Fire’s Tribe Unites

Arcade Fire refuses to stay in the world of 2004, where alternative/experimental bands are swept away with the likes of Nine Days and Steps. The band, or I should say, small village of nine, continues to flourish as the years pass. By bringing smashing techniques and sound mixing, Arcade Fire …

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