By: Lydia Lucas One of the biggest reasons why I will always support independent films is because independent films do not get made because a company wants to make money. They get made because somebody thought it was a good story. Because of this, you’re average independent film is almost always a step above the average blockbuster film in terms of artistic vision. Marie’s Story … Continue reading Review: Marie’s Story
By: Lydia Lucas When I saw the trailer for yet another road movie about two white boys, I could have had no way of knowing how much I would actually like Superior. Which is a non-cliché way to say that I liked it more than I expected to. Superior tells the story of two best friends during the summer of 1969 and their bike trip … Continue reading Review: Superior
By: Lydia Lucas Netflix houses an immense library of films, which can be overwhelming. You can scroll for twenty minutes and not find anything that catches your interest. Well, look no further, because I have a film for you. Nightcrawler, starring Jake Gyllenhaal, should be on the top of your must watch list. Nothing beats a good crime thriller, and this film takes the genre … Continue reading Netflix Recommendation of the Week: Nightcrawler
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How is Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 a movie? The first one was not very good. But I guess some people appreciated it enough for there to be a second one.
None of us have seen Mad Max: Fury Road yet. But we would like to tell you about it anyways. It’s supposed to be very very good.
Lydia loves Charlie Chaplin. She dressed up as him for Halloween and it was quite magical. Sort of like unicorns, if you want to equate that sort of thing.
By Lydia Lucas The Hobbit trilogy has finally come to an end this past week with the release of the final installment: The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies. Some fans will mourn the end of this era, but many more still wonder why Peter Jackson and company decided to turn one book into three movies. Each film is about one hundred pages of … Continue reading ‘The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies’ Review
This week, Aidan Hall, Lydia Lucas, and Nicole Koehn talk about Disney. No topic under the umbrella conglomerate that is Disney remains untouched at the end of this episode. Whether it’s the upcoming adaptation of Big Hero 6 or what we want to see in Frozen 2, we’ve got something for you! //www.hipcast.com/podcast/HTyXsBVQ?embed=1&dark=1 Continue reading Episode 2: All Things Disney