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Netflix Review: You (2018)

     A combination of endless Facebook review posts and Netflix’s percent match caused me to succumb to watching what the majority of social media has been on the rage about this past month: You. No not you, reader, but “You,” as in the 10-episode season released first on Lifetime back in September and on

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This or That, But None Of Either As A Matter of Fact

You post happy, inspirational posts. They assume you’re always happy– when you’re trying to be strong. You post a picture of yourself smiling. They think you’re showing your happiness off–when you were just in a slump two minutes ago and trying to be confidently positive.You post a pic with a friend. They assume you’re surrounded

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Retro Review: Equilibrium (2002)

I had heard so many mixed reviews about Equilibrium. Some said it was a classic hit, others said it was a Matrix-wannabe. And with it now gone as I write this, I was luckily able to give the flick a try before getting removed from Netflix. Directed by Kurt Wimmer, Equilibrium follows a futuristic world in

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Film Review: Fifty Shades of Black (2016)

We’ve all heard how painfully cringe-worthy the original Fifty Shades of Grey series was. So then that meant a Fifty Shades parody AND Marlon Wayans must make for a hilarious combination—right? RIGHT? In Michael Tiddes’ flick, the plot follows Hannah Steele (Kali Hawk) interviewing millionaire-entrepreneur, Christian Black (Marlon Wayans), for her school newspaper. Flirtation leads

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Retro Review: Empire of the Sun (1987)

Steven Spielberg has long been praised for his myriad of excellent work. Considered to be one of the founding pioneers of the New Hollywood era, Spielberg never disappoints with his limitless works of imagination. Having said that, I found it surprising that Empire of the Sun is not mentioned as much as Spielberg’s other work.

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A Favorite Revisited: American Psycho

My index finger repeatedly clicked the right mouse button, intent on satiating my reawakened curiosity. “Christian Bale; Christian Bale with Sibi Blazic; Christian Bale young.” The broad scale of Christian Bale’s emotional spectrum never seemed to end. It had been perhaps a week since my tenth grade obsession had come back in the form of

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