‘WandaVision’ wows

The Marvel Cinematic Universe’s newest installment was released on Disney+, and despite the term “cinematic,” it’s a show. Phase Four began with the release of “WandaVision,” a miniseries consisting of nine episodes released weekly on Friday. Although there has been a lot of skepticism towards Marvel shows, the ratings have been surprisingly high, revealing an […]

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‘Tenet’ has viewers captivatingly confused

As the director of “Inception,” “Interstellar,” and “Dunkirk,” Christopher Nolan is known for his amazing visual effects, impossible to understand storylines, and confidence in film. All of these aspects are evident in his newest blockbuster film, “Tenet.” After multiple date changes due to the coronavirus pandemic, “Tenet” finally hit theaters on Thursday, Sept. 3. The […]

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‘The Gentlemen’ thrills audiences

Directed by Guy Ritchie, “The Gentleman” casts Matthew McConaughey as Mickey Pearson, a well known American living and running the most successful marijuana empire in England, and Hugh Grant as Fletcher, a private detective. The film gained a rating of 75% and was certified fresh on Rotten Tomatoes.  From the beginning, Mickey shows he has […]

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Scorsese Scores Again

Martin Scorsese’s latest film, “The Irishman,” was recently nominated for ten Academy Awards, five Golden Globes, and ten BAFTA awards. As of now, the film has received 307 award nominations and won 58 of them. The film is based on the true story of Frank Sheeran, a Pennsylvanian truck driver who becomes part of a […]

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‘Family Guy’ offends

The show “Family Guy” deals with a dysfunctional family known as the Griffins. The Griffin family consists of Peter Griffin, an obese and low IQ father, as well as Lois Griffin, the daughter of a wealthy businessman. Together they have three kids, Chris, Meg, and Stewie Griffin. Chris, the oldest, takes after his father, with […]

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