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    Film Review: ‘Radium Girls’ Illuminates a Scandal in Women’s History

    History has a very long, very dark chapter when it comes to suppressing women’s rights. In the 1920’s, some strides were taken to correct these injustices, allowing some women the right to work and vote. This decade was important in the fight for women’s rights, but was by no means perfect. Lydia Dean Pilcher and […] More

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    Film Review: ‘Beasts Clawing At Straws’: A Marvelous Debut from Kim Yong-Hoon

    It was both a surprise and delight when Bong Joon Ho’s South Korean film Parasite won four Oscars in February 2020, including Best International Feature Film and Best Picture. The film made history, being the first non-English speaking feature film to take home Best Picture in Oscar’s history. When these awards—among others—were granted, Joon Ho […] More

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    Film Review: Unanswered Questions Take Away From ‘Fox Hunt Drive’

    You’re watching a movie that has lured you in with a strong opening and great acting. The plot is clear and easy to follow, and you’re confident where the film is headed. Suddenly, the plot takes a sharp U-turn and transforms into something entirely different. This is thrilling and adds to the overall experience until […] More

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    Film Review: ‘Coming Clean’ Personalizes the Opioid Epidemic

    Over the last seven months, United States citizens have battled the Coronavirus pandemic. Over this period of time, updates have been readily available in the news and on television. There is also an epidemic in America that has been put on the back burner but is still raging on: the opioid epidemic.  Coming Clean thoroughly […] More

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    Film Review: ‘Tar’ is Hard to Sit Through

    Every so often, you see a horror movie that grabs you from the beginning, and leaves you completely satisfied by the ending. Tar is not even close to that movie. Instead, the film delivers weak effects, dreadful acting, and a scrawny plot with minimal scares. It’s hard to describe the exact plot of this movie, […] More

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    Film Review: ‘Do Not Reply’ Mixes Chuckles With Chills

    Halloween is fast approaching! One of the most exciting parts of the season is watching horror movies, both new and old. When it was heard that a new horror film was coming out and part of it takes place at a Halloween party, excitement was building for a new autumn flick. However, Do Not Reply […] More

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    Interview: Ric Burns on “Oliver Sacks: His Own Life”

    The poignant documentary Oliver Sacks: His Own Life was released on Kino Marquee and Film Forum Virtual Cinema on September 23rd. We were given the opportunity to have an insightful conversation with director Ric Burns about anything and everything Oliver Sacks. Kendall Tinston: I wanted to begin by saying thank you for taking time today, […] More

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    Film Review: ‘Shortcut’ Falls Short

    What would happen if you were to blend components of Stranger Things and The Descent together? Chances are you’d get something similar to Shortcut by Alessio Liguori, if you also happened to add in shoddier acting and a wavering storyline.  Shortcut follows a group of five teens on a school bus that takes—wait for it—a […] More

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    Film Review: ‘Oliver Sacks: His Own Life’ Awakens Audiences to His Genius

    Oliver Sacks is a jack-of-all-trades. Throughout different chapters of his life, he’s been a neurologist, a weightlifter, a motorcyclist, a homosexual, and a drug addict. In Ric Burns’ captivating new documentary Oliver Sacks: His Own Life, each of those characteristics are highlighted, along with others, into a seamless timeline of his life. Burns’ new documentary […] More

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