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Live action “One Piece” is satisfying for fans old and new

Written By Cassandra Harris, Editor Elect September 13, 2023

  Instead of spending my time more wisely in 2020, I decided to begin watching  “One Piece,” an anime where the main protagonist is on a long journey to become the king of the pirates. When...

I don’t want to go to Adam Sandler’s Bat Mitzvah

Written By Rachel Ross, Co-Features/A&E Editor September 13, 2023

I took on Adam Sandler once already for a Globe article when I reviewed his film “Murder Mystery 2” last year. I don’t want to rehash all of my thoughts and feelings on him; basically, I liked his...

‘The Whale’ proves heartbreaking and hopeful

Written By Jake Dabkowski, Editor-in-Chief January 18, 2023

The so-called “Brenaissance” (a term used online to refer to the revitalization of actor Brendan Fraser’s career) has hit a new level with Darron Aranonofsky’s “The Whale.” The film follows...

Netflix movie ‘The Pale Blue Eye’ filmed near Pittsburgh isn’t worth the watch

Written By Steph Weiland, For The Globe January 18, 2023

Christian Bale has again been resurrected, but not as Patrick Bateman! Instead of a sociopath and narcissistic killer like Bateman, this time Bale plays a Donald Kimball-esque character. He portrays the...

Blumhouse’s ‘M3gan’ is a surprisingly good, albeit cliche, movie

Written By Dan Russo, Staff Writer January 11, 2023

I’ll start this review off by admitting I am not a fan of spooky doll movies. I am not frightened by something I could easily kick across a room. The first Child’s Play is fine. I understand that it...

‘The School for Good and Evil’ gives a fresh look at magical world creation

Written By Diana Navarrete, Staff Writer November 10, 2022

To start, let me tell you that I am a film enthusiast, in that I don't have much knowledge of films, but I love entertaining myself by watching them. What I dislike must be too absurd, or put stupid, offensive,...

‘Enola Holmes 2’ provides an updated detective story

Written By Rachel Ross, Co-Features/A&E Editor November 10, 2022

I watched the first “Enola Holmes” film when it came out on Netflix in early 2020. I remember enjoying it, but candidly, not much beyond that. I know there was sleuthing, as to be expected, and something...

‘My Policeman’: what could’ve been the best queer movie in a long time

Written By Kylie Thomas, Co-Features/A&E Editor November 10, 2022
This summer I heard about a novel to be adapted into a movie featuring Harry Styles. Even more intriguing, I found out it was a period gay novel in the 1950s about a man torn between the woman he loves and the man he loves.

Prequel film “Pearl” lives up to expectations

Horror film acts as a satisfying lead in to compainion film 'X'
Written By Dan Russo, Staff Writer October 5, 2022

Ti West has quickly shot up to becoming one of my favorite directors of the past few years. Ever since I watched VHS back on Netflix at the ripe age of 13 I have been following his work. His two most recent...

‘Don’t Worry Darling’ somehow turns out to be an entertaining film despite pre-premiere drama

Written By Kylie Thomas, Co-Features/A&E Editor September 28, 2022
This past weekend on September 23, one of the most anticipated movies of the year, “Don’t Worry Darling” opened in theaters across the world. Part of the reason the movie was so anticipated is due to its casting of pop-star Harry Styles and actress Florence Pugh. Though the other part is because of the negative energy that seems to follow the film and its cast.

‘Good Time’ thrills as Robert Pattinson reinvents himself

Written By Michael Richter, Co-Arts & Entertainment Editor August 29, 2017

"Good Time," directed by siblings Benny and Josh Safdie, is a riveting crime thriller about two brothers that is comprised of unexpected turns, suspense and a dollop of absurdist comedy. While many bank...

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