Sing Review

Sing Review By Katie Gigout Edited by Carl Cottingham Illumination’s newest animated comedy Sing, directed by Christopher Lourdelet and Garth Jennings, promised to be inventive and humorous but falls flat on both accounts. The film is set in a world that is entirely inhabited by animals and follows the story Read more…

Ouija: Origin of Evil Review

Ouija: Origin of Evil Review By Sam Holloway Edited by Carl Cottingham I remembered dismissing the original Ouija back in 2014. It was a standard, i.e. weak, PG-13 horror movie. Oh, sure, it was something that might have been scary to me when I was a part of its targeted preteen demographic, but Read more…

Bridget Jones’s Baby Review

Bridget Jones’s Baby Review By Adam Yuster   Sequels are hard. In today’s world of Star Wars XXII, Captain America 8, and Transformers 42: Shia LaBeouf Boogaloo, it’s often easy to forget that. But it’s true. Most movies aren’t designed to sustain more than one entry. Overall, film characters are Read more…

Sully Review

By: David Caneppa Edited by: Anthony Zangrillo   Sully is a biographical film of Captain Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger who infamously landed US Airways Flight 1594 on January 14, 2009. The movie is based on his autobiography “Highest Duty: My search for What Really Matters”. The film stars Tom Hanks, is Read more…

As I Open My Eyes Review

By: Andres Eloy Sereno Hernandez Edited by: Anthony Zangrillo Set in Tunisia at the dawn of the Arab Spring, As I Open My Eyes portrays the life of an 18-year-old girl who is trying to reconcile her own persona with everything and everyone that surrounds her; while facing the reality Read more…

Central Intelligence Review

Central Intelligence Review By Soumyajit Ray Edited by Anthony Zangrillo When I planned to go to the screening of Central Intelligence, my hopes were really high. I was very impressed with Dwayne Johnson’s remarkable acting in previous action comedies. Here, Johnson teams with the comedy genius Kevin Hart in a Read more…