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“80 for Brady” could be the best-worst comedy movie of the year

“80 for Brady” could be the best-worst comedy movie of the year

Elise Coelho, Staff Writer February 8, 2023

Football, humor and legendary actresses: what could go wrong? The sports comedy movie “80 for Brady,” produced by former NFL player Tom Brady, was released on Feb. 3 and is already the talk of the...

Harry Styles and Emma Corrin star in My Policeman.

The artistic and tragic love story of ‘My Policeman’

Brooklyn Leighton, Staff Writer November 8, 2022

The highly anticipated book-to-film adaptation, “My Policeman,” directed by Michael Grandage, has kept fans of the novel and the cast aching to get their hands on the movie since it was announced....

Bowie in his typical stage makeup

“Moonage Daydream” is a testament to Bowie’s life and legacy

Ashley Ness, Asst. Opinion Editor October 4, 2022

A monologue beginning with, “Time, one of the most complex expressions, Memory made manifest,” while “BOWIE” fades onto a black backdrop marks the start of a journey that is Brett Morgen’s “Moonage...

Some of the celebrities that will appear in Adam McKays new comedy Dont Look Up which is expected to start filming in Boston on Nov. 19.

The star-studded “Don’t Look Up” expected to begin filming in Boston next week

Sarah Lukowski, Arts Editor November 10, 2020

In a few days, Boston will be full of movie stars for the filming of a new Netflix-produced movie, and it may finally be your chance to walk out your door and meet a celebrity. On Nov. 19, “Don’t...

A woman participating in the 9to5 movement that called to create change in the male-dominated workforce.

“9to5: The Story of a Movement” showcases the powerful women who called for equality in the workplace

Julia Ahaesy, Opinion Editor October 6, 2020

“9to5: The Story of a Movement," is a powerful and inspiring short film directed by Julia Reichert and Steven Bognar, that must be watched by all students who don’t only want to see change in the world,...

Millie Bobby Brown as Enola Holmes in Netflixs new movie  “Enola Holmes.

Netflix’s “Enola Holmes” inspires the next generation to create their own future

Alida Benoit, Journal Contributor October 6, 2020

Netflix’s new original movie, “Enola Holmes,” is an inspiring coming-of-age tale that will connect with women of all ages for years to come. The messages to be true to yourself, trust your gut and...

Leah Lewis and Alexxis Lemire in Netflixs new teenage rom-com The Half of It.

Netflix Needs More Rom-Coms Like “The Half of It”

Sarah Lukowski May 5, 2020

Netflix’s new coming-of-age film “The Half of It,” directed by Alice Wu, needs to be celebrated for its honest take on high school friendships, Chinese-American identity and most importantly, what...

Actress Lovie Simone as Selah in the new Amazon coming-of-age film Selah and the Spades.

“Selah and the Spades” explores the complexities of high school with a fresh-faced cast and stunning visuals

Sarah Lukowski April 21, 2020

Writer and director Tayarisha Poe made her directorial debut with the coming-of-age film “Selah and the Spades,” which gives an honest and intriguing look into high school cliques and its politics...

By Facebook user The Hunger Games

Mockingjay soars on screen

Brigitte Carreiro December 2, 2015

After leaving viewers an exceptional cliff-hanger in “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1,” the partner film and finalé to the popular “Hunger Games” series had much to live up to. With an emotionally-taxing...

Courtesy of Jupiter Ascending Facebook page

Could ‘Jupiter Ascending’ be the next cult classic?

March 4, 2015

By Abbey Wilson Despite the cautionary tales that the new science-fiction movie, “Jupiter Ascending” was two-thumbs down, I went to the theater anyway. Plopping down in my seat, I decided I’d...

Harmony Korine’s “Spring Breakers” gives audiences a different view of the college vacation culture

Gianna Carchia March 28, 2013

The most important thing to note before, during, or after you see Spring Breakers is that it does anything but encourage the behavior it portrays. Though easily the most absurd movie of the last year,...

Zero Dark Thirty: Hits Theatres, the film to Define a Decade

Joey Johnson January 23, 2013

Joey Johnson  Journal Contributor Capturing the emotions and essence of an entire American decade is no easy task, especially when it comes to something as fueled as the manhunt for notorious Al Qaeda...

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