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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