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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 […]

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Us

January 28, 2021 Stephanie Dolan

By Bradley Lane Jordan Peele has had one of the most successful career transitions of all time in the entertainment industry. He began work in TV and film with his successful comedy television show Key […]

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Soul

January 21, 2021 Stephanie Dolan

By Bradley Lane Pixar’s newest film is uniquely interesting for a myriad of reasons, the least of which is that it is the first Pixar film not to get a wide release, instead opting for […]

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The History of the Seattle Mariners

January 14, 2021 Stephanie Dolan

By Bradley Lane Secret Base, formerly known as SB Nation, is a media company that started as a single blog focused on the Oakland Athletics, but quickly blossomed into a successful network of regional blogs […]

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Cold War

January 7, 2021 Stephanie Dolan

By Bradley Lane Despite being snubbed at the Oscars for the multiple categories this Polish film was nominated for in the year of its release, Cold War is a film that left me profoundly moved […]

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The Muppet Christmas Carol

December 24, 2020 Stephanie Dolan

By Bradley Lane Charles Dickens’ classic English novel has seen adaptation in film as early as 1901 and has even had classic films in its catalog like 1951’s Scrooge, but for my money the best […]