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The Falcon and the Winter Soldier: We Shall See…

Two weeks after the success of Marvel’s first mini-series, WandaVision, came the next Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase 4 television installment, The Falcon and Winter Soldier. Named after the titular characters, the six-episode series brings two familiarized supporting characters into the limelight.  Radical changes seem to be coming with Phase 4, …

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The Wild and Wonderful World of WandaVision

WARNING: Some spoilers for WandaVision episodes 1-5 ahead. As early as April 2019, Marvel fans have been hyped for the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s first-ever streaming service mini-series, WandaVision. The Scarlet Witch and Vision’s television debut is only the first of many to release on Disney+ (The Falcon and Winter Soldier …

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The King: Even Royals have Fake Friends

November 1st brought the beginning of the holiday season, preparations for Black Friday, and the much anticipated film, The King, on Netflix. Directed by David Michod and producers/actors Joel Edgerton and Brad Pitt, this movie was one viewers couldn’t wait to be dropped on the streaming service.   This Shakespeare-adapted film …

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MC’s Local Movie Critic

Movies are seen as mere entertainment pieces. For others, it is an artistic portal to another world. Senior Khayle Flores lives as MC’s go to  cinephile. “I see movies as an art form,” Flores said. “There’s a lot of craft that goes into making film, and I’m drawn to great …

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Bohemian Inaccuracy

The announcement of Fox’s production on the well-loved and iconic British band, Queen, had an extremely positive reaction. Movie Bohemian Rhapsody gives a closer look into the beloved band’s life and their success. “If you are a music lover, especially a Queen fan, you will love everything about this movie …

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Love, Simon

Love, Simon brings  new light to a typical teenage romantic comedy. The movie, released March 16, explores the journey of a closeted gay high school student finding a way to come out. Director Greg Berlanti  utilizes the relatable teenage romance to bring LGBTQIA communities to the big screen, all while …

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Mother!’s Distorted Creation

Mother! is the newest addition to director Darren Aronofsky’s unique and acclaimed lineup of movies. The film has been critiqued heavily, apparently because many reviewers have failed to remove the movie from the context of the “horror” genre. Mother! comments on the blind faith and the fallibility of religion using …

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