Category Archives: Movie Reviews

“Judas and the Black Messiah” Film Review

By Sam Bennett “Judas and the Black Messiah”, directed by Shaka King, follows FBI informant William O’Neal as he infiltrates the Illinois chapter of the Black Panther Party, a revolutionary group that set out to change the racial, social, and even economic status quos in America. For this reason, as well as their use of

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“The Trial of the Chicago 7” Movie Review

By Sam Bennett Overview The Trial of the Chicago 7, written and directed by Aaron Sorkin, is about the federal trial of not seven, as the name would suggest, but eight men following the Chicago riots of 1968 in protest of the ongoing conflict in Vietnam. The film boasts a star-studded cast of actors, with

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“Soul” Movie Review

By Kevin Genthert Soul is a movie about someone who has lived what he thinks is a disappointing life, and just as things are going his way, he dies and is forced to relive his failures. He goes on a journey with the underlying themes of trying to find out the purpose of life. I

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Wonder Woman 1984 (Non-Spoiler) Review

By Sam Bennett The second installment of DC’s Wonder Woman series arrived on Christmas to HBO Max and theaters nationwide to very mixed reviews. And this review will be no different. This movie certainly had its good moments, but those were marred by the poor parts. Whereas the original 2017 Wonder Woman movie had a

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Review: “Green Book”

By Ryan Walukonis With Oscar season now behind us, it seems fitting to take a look at what the Academy chose as the years best movie, Green Book. It had been crushing it throughout the award season, picking up 49 awards on 86 nominations prior to Hollywood’s biggest night where it walked away with three

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Cyberbullying

By: Rose DiPaolo Since the internet was was invented on January 1st, 1983, users have found ways to belittle others online. Adults, both online and off, have attempted to raise awareness against bullying online, typically referred to as ‘cyberbullying’. But is cyberbullying still as big of a problem as many adults think? “I’m very involved

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