“Bohemian Rhapsody”: An Homage to Queen

“Bohemian Rhapsody,” directed by Bryan Singer, is a two-hour and 15-minute love letter to the band Queen with great intentions, but poor delivery. All biopics face the struggle of entertaining an audience while remaining historically […]

At a Theatre Near You: A Star is (Re)Born

“A Star is Born” was only released this month, but the title may sound familiar to some. There have already been three remakes of the original 1937 film. Actor-turned-director, Bradley Cooper brought the latest rendition […]

A Simple Favor: a review

A favor to a friend turns into a suburban, stay-at-home mother’s worst nightmare in the new thriller “A Simple Favor.” Stephanie, played by Anna Kendrick, is a prim and proper single mom, who curates an […]

“Eighth Grade”: N.S.F. Eighth Graders

“Eighth Grade,” directed by Bo Burnham, is a startlingly accurate portrayal of today’s youth growing up in the digital age. Arguably the first film of its kind, “Eighth Grade” captures what it is like to […]

David Tennant Is More Than Just Doctor Who

Why is Doctor Who trying to kill the main characters? More importantly, why is he American? These are important questions to be asked when watching “Bad Samaritan.” David Tennant’s surprisingly good accent and a smart […]