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International media is not a personality

Enjoying foreign media doesn’t make you better than others This world is full of talented individuals who dedicate their time to creating wonderful and mind-blowing art. Since the invention of the internet, it has managed to keep almost everyone around the world connected in one

Psychos, zombies, and identical twins, oh my!

a few tips on how to survive friday the 13th Both the day, Friday, and the number, 13, have been considered unlucky on their own. However, when these two powerhouses of bad fortune are combined, many dastardly people and creatures tend to crawl out from

Sexual assault is always sexual assault

Gender has no effect on the impact of assault There is a disturbing trend in American society that says only women can be the victims of sexual assault. The myth has been perpetuated so thoroughly by Hollywood that it has now invaded every aspect of

An open letter to major movie studios

Dear major movie studios, moviegoers are fed up with what they’re getting. Where to start with the mistakes? It seems as though all studios care about these days is money. It’s easy to understand why; the more money these easy cash-grab films make means there’s

Reboots, sequels, and fanchise fatigue

the best and worst of this year on the silver screen 2019 has been a year packed full of movies coming from Hollywood that are either reboots of old movies or sequels. While the rule has been the original film is always better, lately the

Rocketman failed to lift off

Elton John makes the year’s worst biopic Trailers for Rocketman looked promising. Rather than a traditional rock star biopic, director Dexter Fletcher promised a musical fantasy, in which Elton John’s popular songs were integrated throughout his life story like a Broadway musical. With John’s colorful

Marvel’s future shines light on diversity

A New Phase Begins Before the weekend of July 20 and 21, Marvel kept all loose ends wrapped tight, shedding no light on the future layout of the Marvel Cinematic Universe after the events of Avengers: Endgame and Spider-Man: Far From Home. Fans had to

Midsommar, Black Mirror, and more summer hits

Theaters and streaming services haven’t disappointed Fall: school’s approaching, stress is on the rise, yet that doesn’t mean people have to stop binging what’s on streaming services. It’s the perfect time of the year to catch up on the latest movies and TV shows that