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New Marvel Films Finally Add Diversity to Collection with Black and Female Leads

Tuesday was an exciting day for Marvel fans in Los Angeles; at a secret event, Kevin Feige, President of Marvel Studios, shared the titles and dates of upcoming movies to be released on movie box app through 2019. Check out the impressive list for yourself below:   “Captain America: Civil War” (May 6, 2016) “Doctor… Read More

“Edge Of Tomorrow” Plays It Safe

It happens every summer. In some strange, mutinous, bovine migration writ large across America, moviegoers chase away the icy anguish of winter and usher in the sun-dappled, hazy days of summer by happily watching as the world goes and gets itself destroyed. Yes, there is really no better way to celebrate the symbolical renaissance of… Read More

Life Changing Movies

Some movies are so powerful that they stay with you for days or even weeks after watching them. Some movies permanently change the way you look at the world. Here are some movies we have chosen that we think are must-see films:   1. “What’s Eating Gilbert Grape” Oftentimes, you can judge a movie by how it makes you feel after it ends.… Read More

Rom-Coms Both You and Your Boyfriend Can Enjoy

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Sitting down to watch a movie with your boyfriend can cause a conflict of interests; you want a romantic comedy, and he believes them all to be “chick flicks.” Many rom-coms will not be interesting to him, but here are some rom-com ideas that both you and he can enjoy.   1. “The Proposal” “The Proposal,” starring… Read More

Film Review: Frances Ha

(Entertainment Weekly)

One of my personal favorite films of last year was the criminally under seen indie charmer “Frances Ha.” This film from Noah Baumbach was co-written by the film’s star, Gretta Gerwig. Here, Baumbach and Gerwig prove that their collaborations are something to look forward to, as in both “Greenberg” and this film, they show that… Read More

Mumblecore Goes Mainstream with Drinking Buddies

The Mumblecore film genre is an indie film movement characterized by a low budget production featuring characters in their mid-twenties or early thirties with a focus on naturalistic dialogue. The characters in the films usually depict average adults played by unknown actors. These films are heavily based on improvisation, with many of their scripts having an… Read More

Netflix Recommendation: Hoop Dreams

There are a multitude of documentaries available to watch on Netflix instant streaming, but a few among the crowd stand out specifically as real gems. “Hoop Dreams” is one of those stand outs. Directed by Steve James, this 1994 documentary is a classic of the genre and a prime example of a seriously cinematic nonfiction… Read More