The Monuments Men Review

By: Carl Cottingham If you were to ask me what my favorite subject was, I would definitely answer history. If I also had to specify what type of history, then I would also say World War II. I honestly can’t explain why that’s the case, but the subject has grabbed hold of me ever since I ...
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Godzilla 2014 Review

By: Anthony Zangrillo Where do I begin? Wow. In 1954, the Japanese made Gojira—an allegorical take on the “Lucky Dragon” incident. It was a dark, allegorical take on the dangers of nuclear energy that even holds up today (even if Godzilla does look like a man in a suit). The American distributors with r...
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THE AMAZING SPIDERMAN 2 REVIEW

By: Anthony Zangrillo Sony’s sequel to the reboot of the Spiderman comic book franchise looks to swing high as it follows the massive success of Marvel studio’s recent Captain America film; however, “Amazing Spiderman 2” never reaches the height of “Winter Soldier.” Still, it is a fun super-hero f...
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CHILD OF GOD REVIEW

By: Anthony Zangrillo Written and directed by James Franco, Child of God will undoubtedly disturb most viewers; however this very respectful adaptation combines powerful imagery in order to establish a reprehensible individual, which may invoke feelings of sympathy in some audience members. This seeming...
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The Raid 2: Berandal Review

By: Anthony Zangrillo In 2011, Gareth Evans made The Raid. A nippy 100-minute film that gave us probably the best action sequences choreographed in the last decade. The greatest thing about The Raid was that it didn’t take any compromises, heads were cracked open, limbs were broken and unlike most actio...
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