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Weekly Movie Review: Justice League

April 1, 2021 Stephanie Dolan

Zack Snyder’s Justice League: A drab, taxing 4-hour superhero experience By Brad Lane   Warner Brothers’ superhero cinematic franchise with Detective Comics characters was created to rival Disney’s Marvel Cinematic Universe in 2013 with Zack […]

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Weekly Movie Review: The Invisible Man

March 25, 2021 stsstimes

The Invisible Man: An overlooked horror gem of 2020 By Brad Lane Horror has always been home to female-driven stories or at least female protagonists. Classics of the genre like Halloween, Alien, or even Scream […]

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Weekly Movie Review: Minari

March 4, 2021 Stephanie Dolan

 Minari: An inspirational immigration story about what it means to be American Minari is an auto-biographical movie about writer and director Lee Isaac Chung’s own experience as a small child immigrating from South Korea to […]

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Judas and the Black Messiah

February 18, 2021 Stephanie Dolan

By Bradley Lane On Dec. 4 at 4:45 a.m., 14 Chicago police officers stormed into the apartment of Chicago Black Panther Party Chairman, Fred Hampton and murdered him in his sleep. Hampton was only 21 […]

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Booksmart

February 12, 2021 Stephanie Dolan

By Bradley Lane Olivia Wilde has been a working actress in Hollywood for nearly the past two decades; however, in Booksmart she takes on the directorial role, behind the camera. This type of career move is becoming […]

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His House

February 8, 2021 Stephanie Dolan

By Bradley Lane First-time writer and director Remi Weekes’ film His House begins with a refugee family fleeing from war-torn South Sudan and making their way to the UK. However, in the process Bol (Sope […]