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  • Minari



    For an abstract concept that’s existed for decades, there are a lot of films about the American Dream. It has a lot of interpretations and ideas about what exactly it means, and you could go on for days discussing them all. Yet, you probably won’t find one as expertly crafted and wonderful as “Minari.”

    Written and directed by Lee Isaac Chung (“Munyurangabo,” “Abigail Harm”) the film is a semi-autobiographical tale loosely based on Chung’s childhood. It follows the Yi family…

  • One Night in Miami...

    One Night in Miami...


    No one really knows what happened the night of February 25th, 1964 in a small hotel room in Miami, Florida. All we really know is that four men; Malcolm X, Muhammad Ali (then known as Cassius Clay), Jim Brown, and Sam Cooke met to celebrate Ali’s title win against Sonny Liston. While we don’t know what really happened, playwright and screenwriter Kemp Powers (“Soul,” “Star Trek: Discovery”) created a stage play of a fictional account of that night and now…

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  • My Spy

    My Spy

    written by Jacob Silverman

    In many ways, My Spy may just be Dave Bautista getting started. Similar to Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson and John Cena, he went from being a professional wrestler to having a successful acting career. I am not quite sold on Dave Bautista as an actor, but I do believe he has potential. Unfortunately, that potential is not utilised particularly well in this film. My Spy is similar to The Tooth Fairy (2010) and…

  • The Tree of Life

    The Tree of Life

    written by Estéban Rodriguez

    The Tree of Life, one of those rare movies that can be described in many ways. Some people can say that it is a family drama, some people can say that it is a story of evolution, but to me it is the first cinematic odyssey of the 21st century. What Terence Malick made with this movie was creating a film that I see in a league with very few…