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Chicago

This week, our movie of choice was the comedy-crime-musical – and award-winning  -Chicago.  The story is set in Chicago, in the 1920s Jazz Age, and follows two primary murderesses (Renee Zellweger and Catherine Zeta-Jones) incarcerated in the Chicago Cook County jail system, along with their never-lost-a-case lawyer (Richard Gere), and a whole cast of back-up dancers a la murderesses.   414 more words

Academy Awards

Ryan Gosling Finally Explains Oscar Giggling

By now we are sure that everyone has seen the Oscars announcing the wrong best picture winner last month. And in case you haven’t here is that video again in all of it’s glory: 216 more words

Features

Ryan Gosling Finally Explains Oscar Giggling

By now we are sure that everyone has seen the Oscars announcing the wrong best picture winner last month. And in case you haven’t here is that video again in all of it’s glory: 216 more words

Features

Mary Poppins (1964) Film Review

Mary Poppins isn’t really the type of movie I’d like to review, so I tried to come up with a word to describe it instead, but I can’t think of the appropriate word at the moment, so I might as well talk about the film while I try to think of one… 263 more words

Film Review

Moonlight: A Movie About People Who Don’t Live in La La Land

New Reasons to Love Moonlight

By: Beren Sabuncu

It’s hard to believe that there is any mainstream positivity for LGBTQ individuals nowadays. Trans individuals are now unprotected by the Trump Administration. 648 more words

Arts

5 Reasons Why Moonlight Deserved to Win Best Picture at the Oscars

After Moonlight won the Best Picture at the 89th Academy Awards last month (following a huge blunder by Warren Beatty), I thought to list down… 729 more words

Movies

Argo (2012) Film Review

Many people consider Argo to be the Coen Brother’s masterpiece, a film so compelling that- wait a minute, I’m thinking of Fargo… rookie mistake.

The actual movie I’m reviewing is a true story during the 80’s in which the CIA created a fake movie to rescue six members of the American embassy hiding out in Iran. 182 more words

Film Review