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Five Notable Front-Runners from the 2019 Video Game Awards

Five Notable Front-Runners from the 2019 Video Game Awards

January 2, 2020

Sekiro: Shadow’s Die Twice From Software’s Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is set in Japan’s Sengoku Era, following a shinobi named Sekiro on his journey to protec...

“The King” Combines Character Study with Political Drama

“The King” Combines Character Study with Political Drama

January 2, 2020

Rating: 4/5 Falcons The King, starring Timothée Chalamet and directed by Australian director David Michǒd, was released on Netflix on November 1st, qui...

High Tide and Higher Tensions

High Tide and Higher Tensions

January 2, 2020

Rating: 4.5/5 Falcons To say that my head was entirely scrambled after both of my viewings of The Lighthouse, directed by Robert Eggers, is nothing bu...

“The Crown”: A Royal Success

“The Crown”: A Royal Success

January 2, 2020

Rating: 5/5 Falcons Netflix turned out another strong season of The Crown on November 17th, despite fears that this one would pale in comparison to st...

“Death Stranding” Struggles to Maintain Attention Spans

“Death Stranding” Struggles to Maintain Attention Spans

January 2, 2020

Rating: 2.5/5 Falcons Death Stranding is the brainchild of video game designer Hideo Kojima. It stars Norman Reedus, Mads Mikkelsen, and Guillermo del Toro ...

Kanye’s First Gospel Album is Shockingly Off-Key

Kanye’s First Gospel Album is Shockingly Off-Key

December 8, 2019

As an artist and as a public figure, Kanye West is a man defined by unpredictability and constant reinvention.

How To Be: Mark Ronson

How To Be: Mark Ronson

December 8, 2019

How To Be: Mark Ronson is the newest release from Youtube Originals. It is a documentary about the prolific music producer, Mark Ronson.

Jojo Rabbit: Satire on WWII is Both Comedic and Moving

Jojo Rabbit: Satire on WWII is Both Comedic and Moving

December 8, 2019

Set in Germany during the end of World War Two, Jojo Rabbit, directed by Taika Waititi, centers around young boy Jojo (Roman Griffin Davis) who is fanatical about Hitler and Nazism. 

“Joker”: A Balance of Catastrophe and Elegance

November 7, 2019

Todd Phillips’ Joker is set apart from other films, as it is a uniquely polarizing spin on the tried-and-true superhero movie formula.

“Ad Astra”: Exploring What Humanity Means in Outer Space

“Ad Astra”: Exploring What Humanity Means in Outer Space

November 7, 2019

There is an innate desire to be gratified watching Ad Astra, or any film dealing with the cold reaches of space. People are born curious, and for most who stare at the night sky, it’s hard not to wonder about what sits right above us.

“El Camino”: Stuck in the Past

“El Camino”: Stuck in the Past

November 7, 2019

As tempting as the possibilities for a sixth Breaking Bad season are, the most one could ever accomplish would be prolonging the inevitable, souring the taste of what Breaking Bad’s already perfect ending.

Superwoman Not Sensational

Superwoman Not Sensational

November 7, 2019

On March 14th of this year, Lilly Singh, a prominent YouTuber, announced on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon she would be starting her own late night show, Late with Lilly.

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