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A cinematic renaissance

Jack Rogula, asst. opinions editor
February 17, 2023

Cinema is dying. It’s been a prevalent topic for both the film community and audiences for years, and it’s a claim that one could very easily be swayed into believing. The “evidence” of contemporary...

Prequels, sequels, adaptations, oh my!

Riley Shankman, asst. opinions editor
September 30, 2022

I’ve always loved watching movie trailers that played before a movie began. I never cared how long they lasted or how they confused my young brain; the trailers astonished me, blowing me away with the...

Turning Red brings pandamonium

Jack Rogula, asst. a&e editor
April 22, 2022

For the past decade, the genre of coming-of-age films has been in high demand. Disney Pixar contributes to this trend with the new animated film Turning Red, directed by Domee Shi, the first woman to ever...

Will Smith aces with biopic King Richard

Jack Rogula, asst. a&e editor
December 17, 2021

Half biopic and half sports drama, the fascinating true story of Serena and Venus Williams’ incredible tennis careers is masterfully brought to the silver screen by director Reinaldo Green. The film...

illustration by Hyun Park

Big screen versus home screen

Clare Lanscioni, food columnist
December 17, 2021

Although an option long before the pandemic, streaming services such as Netflix, HBO Max, and Hulu dominated movie theaters, which closed across the country. This rapid and colossal shift has seemingly...

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