The toys are back in town in the first teaser trailer for ‘Toy Story 4’

In 2010, I was still in college but I felt like a child again as Disney/Pixar created another installment in the franchise that began their partnership in 1995. Toy Story 3 was an animated masterpiece. It brought tears to my eyes as I reflected on that time in all our lives where we have to let our action figures or dolls go as we grow up and move on to bigger adventures. It was the perfect ending to the Toy Story franchise.

At least I thought it was the end. Read More »

Rami Malek and his band will Rock You in ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’

I wasn’t exposed to Queen until my college years. After my freshman year of college, I was singing ‘We Will Rock You’ with my hallmates and celebrating with ‘We Are The Champions’ when Virginia Tech won the ACC championship. It’s safe to say that I had a good base of study to go off on when I went into this film last Saturday. Musically, it did not disappoint.

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Damien Chazelle and Ryan Gosling rocket the start of the Oscar Race in ‘First Man’

We all know how the formula works for a movie looking to enter the Oscar Race. If it works, why mess with it? Damien Chazelle followed the same formula in First Man that earned him multiple nominations with La La Land. With this movie, the young director is looking for a different result come Oscars night. A visual epic about the human drive to succeed and push beyond our limits.

And for the most part, he was successful.Read More »

Solid Performances from Cooper and Gaga dazzle in ‘A Star Is Born’

I know, I know.

We’re all tired of remakes but it seems like Hollywood wants to keep churning them out. While some remakes don’t translate well to current times, some have messages or a story that is universal. A story about someone pursuing their dreams never gets old. In this third remake of the original 1937 film, A Star Is Born is a romantically cool film with mostly beautiful music to carry it through.Read More »

Brie Larson flies high first ‘Captain Marvel’ trailer

Over the last decade, Marvel Studios and their Cinematic Universe has dominated the global box office and Hollywood. With this past year’s Avengers: Infinity War changing the game and turning the universe upside down, we wondered how Marvel could keep our thoughts off the still currently untitled Avengers 4 film. Luckily, they have the right person for the job…or should I say woman.

Meet Carol Danvers.Read More »

Disney’s Galactic mistake with James Gunn

If you have been living under a rock, Disney and Marvel have been dealing with a fair amount of controversy and backlash in the last few weeks. After the firing of James Gunn over past controversial tweets, the wave of disappointment and anger has been coming from fans and actors alike. As this saga reaches its conclusion with Disney and Marvel standing by their decision, I have a few thoughts about this topic.Read More »

‘BlacKkKlansman’ is chilling and reveals how little things have changed.

For the past thirty years, Spike Lee films have been anything but subtle. While some movies touch on sensitive subjects such as racism, race relations, and other political issues with honest delicacy, Lee strikes with a hammer. Lee’s latest joint, BlacKkKlansman, might be set four decades ago but its passionate message couldn’t be any more relevant- and its rage more justified.Read More »