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‘Spaceship Earth’ Review or: How I Learned to Love Collectivism in an Age of Individualism

Spaceship Earth is a great documentary that explores the potential of human curiosity and ethic, while also positing the dangers that can arise from big-thinking...

The Platform: A Reflection on Modern Societies

Nothing reflects modern-day societies more in art than speculative fiction. Whether it is through films, books, or comics, artists are able to examine serious...

‘Here We Are: Notes for Living on Planet Earth’ Review

This adaptation of the beloved children’s book by Oliver Jeffers is an informative yet soothing animated movie. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2M3Q4-zCTHc  Debuting on April 17th, ‘Here We Are: Notes...

Contagion: A Modern Monster Movie

I’m a fan of art imitating life, especially through the medium of film. Being able to recreate life as accurately as possible, while providing...

Why ‘Parasite’ Deserves to Win Best Picture

A satire on classism and leeching off the wealth of others by director Bong Joon Ho, ‘Parasite’ is everything that the Academy is afraid...

Outstanding Balance: ‘Uncut Gems’ Review

Opals are some of the prettiest stones on the planet. Derived from the Sanskrit upala, meaning "precious stone," they later took on the Greek...

‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ Review: Final Chapter Entertains But Lacks Elegance

"The dead speak!" These are the opening words that kick off the famous yellow text that scrolls over a field of stars in the very...

‘Jumanji: The Next Level’ Review: It’s ‘Freaky Friday’ Fun

For a video game about exploration and adventure, there’s an awful lot of young adults roleplaying and switching Look, nobody expected ‘Jumanji: Welcome to The...

‘A Beautiful Day in The Neighborhood’ Review: It’s Okay

Hank’s depiction of Mr. Rogers reminds us it’s all about processing our feelings and being okay.   Review The world is suffering, and it has been some...

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