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Navigating Nostalgia: The Supposed Safety of the Remake

E3’s 2017 Expo Shows That There’s Some Hope for Diversity in Video Games

Audiences Everywhere:

Free Will and the Destiny in our DNA: Blade Runner 2049 and Gattaca

Kingsman: The Golden Circle” Review – “The Golden Circle” Is Fun, but Somewhat Empty.

The Vault” Review – In “The Vault,” Poor Creative Decisions Add Up to a Weak Horror Film

Atonement“: Lies, Stories, and Art as Penitence – A Look Back at “Atonement”

“Logan Lucky” Review – “Logan Lucky” is Well-acted, Sharply-written, and Sweet

Ingrid Goes West” Review – “Ingrid Goes West” Explores the Lunacy of Social Media Obsession

Lady Macbeth” Review – “Lady Macbeth” is a Beautiful, Bleak Story of Desperation of Cruelty

A Look Back at Don Siegel’s “The Beguiled” (1971)

The Bad Batch” Review – “The Bad Batch” is Disjointed and Aimless

Shimmer Lake” Review – “Shimmer Lake” is Shallow Tale of Small Town Crime

“Vincent N Roxxy” Review – “Vincent N Roxxy” Abandons its Characters for Cartoonish Violence

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales” Review – “Dead Men Tell No Tales” Struggles to Put to Rest a Once-Great Franchise

“Free Fire” Review – “Free Fire” Sees Fear and Masculine Insecurity Beget Violence

“Colossal” Review – “Colossal” is a Monster Movie Rooted in its Protagonist’s Psyche

“Ghost in the Shell” Review – “Ghost in the Shell” is a Visual Spectacle with an Empty Soul

Anime That Deserve Life-Action Adaptations

The Original Star Wars Trilogy and Its Hopeful Hero (Trilogy Month Feature)

“Lavender” Review – “Lavender” Squanders its Potential, Leans on Clichés

“20th Century Women” Review – “20th Century Women” and the Distance Between American Generations

“La La Land” Review – “La La Land” is a Story of Dreams, Reality, and the Search for Artistic Fulfillment

“13th” Review – “13th” is Informative and Shockingly Relevant

“Queen of Katwe” Review – “Queen of Katwe” is Sometimes Predictable but Worth Seeing

“The Intervention” Review – “The Intervention” Explores Relationships but Avoids the Ugly Bits

“Honeytrap” Review – “Honeytrap” is a Coming-of-Age Tale with a Hint of Shakespearean Tragedy

“Zoom” Review – “Zoom” Has an Interesting Concept but Doesn’t Dig Deep Enough

“Morris From America” Review – “Morris From America” is a Charming Coming-of-Age Tale

Washington Square News:

“The Moment I Knew I Loved…” (Series: The Office)

“Video gamers Explore Diversity” – Different Games event coverage

“Wild Canaries” Review – “Canaries” Combines Comedy, Noir”

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