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Dolittle Movie Review: only kids born in the 2010s will find this funny

//PICTURED ABOVE: Robert Downey Jr., known for his roles as “Ironman,” is the lead actor and executive producer of “Dolittle.” When British author Hugh Lofting wrote the Doctor Dolittle book series in 1920, he...

Charlie’s Angels Can Save Anything, but Not This Movie

//PICTURED ABOVE: “Charlie’s Angels” is a good and entertaining movie, but it fails to live up to its considerable hype. “Charlie’s Angels” is a movie remake of a popular 70s show about three crime-fighter...

Secret’s Out

Before I even watched “Can You Keep a Secret?”, there were many red flags: one, the trailer was bad; two, there was only one movie theater in the entirety of Dallas that screened this...

Don’t Go Hustling to The Hustle

Standing in front of Studio Movie Grill, I was torn between watching “Avengers: Endgame” and “The Hustle.” A die-hard Marvel fan, I wanted to enjoy the end of the renowned Marvel Saga; however, being...

Look On the Upside

Five years after the French movie “Les Intouchables” took the world by storm, “The Upside,” an English remake of the wildly successful film, underwhelmed box offices across the country in comparison. “The Upside” follows...

Boom, Crash, Bang: A Review of “The Crimes of Grindelwald”

// PICTURED ABOVE: Johnny Depp as Gellert Grindelwald in the fan-beloved “Fantastic Beasts” series. Photo courtesy of Flickr user Gage Skidmore. Boom. Crash. Bang. You’ll definitely need a specific taste to enjoy the “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes...

Giant Leap for “First Man”

4/5 Stars On July 20, 1969, the entire world was fixated on their screens, ready to catch a glimpse of the historic moon-landing. While the same can be said for Oct. 12, 2018- give...

Read Between the Lines: Movies With an Agenda

//PICTURED ABOVE: Today, it’s hard to find a movie or T.V. show that doesn’t seem to push a certain agenda, whether it’s obvious or discrete. As viewers, we must learn how to filter out...

“Clock-In” To See This Movie

Upon first entering the theater screening “The House with a Clock in Its Walls,” I immediately noticed one thing: the children. Naturally, I began to question the content that I was about to view....

Loco for “Coco”

I’m both jealous and ecstatic that the younger generation gets this kind of representation and introduction to another culture. The most foreign thing in the movies I watched while growing up was a rat...