Review: ‘Bojack Horseman’ Season 5

By Nate Richard When Bojack Horseman premiered on Netflix in August, 2014, the reviews were polarizing, and for good reason. The first several episodes of the animated dramedy felt like some throwaway cartoon you’d find on Adult Swim (Rick & Morty aside). However, as the first season went on, the series began to morph into something deeper than what it had initially seemed. As each … Continue reading Review: ‘Bojack Horseman’ Season 5

Review: ‘First Man’

By Connor Carey Director Damien Chazelle proved himself through just two films to be one of today’s best working directors. Whiplash is one of the most electrifying, intense, and expertly made and edited movies I’ve seen all decade. It’s the movie that introduced me to Chazelle and the film that brought out the absolute best from performers Miles Teller and Academy Award winner J.K. Simmons. … Continue reading Review: ‘First Man’

Review: ‘Black Panther’

By Nathan Richard Ryan Coogler just keeps on proving that he is one of the best young directors in Hollywood. Black Panther is yet another showcase of his amazing talent. If there was any doubt that Black Panther couldn’t live up to his last films, including the emotional powerhouse Fruitvale Station and the inspiring rebirth of the Rocky franchise in Creed, consider those doubts gone. … Continue reading Review: ‘Black Panther’

Review: ‘Maze Runner: The Death Cure’

By Madyson McGill The opening scene begins with a striking wide shot: there’s a car in the distance heading for a train. It could be an introduction straight out of the Fast and Furious series, but it’s not. It’s a cop-out beginning to the last installment in the Maze Runner series, The Death Cure. Let’s get one detail straight for those not caught up with … Continue reading Review: ‘Maze Runner: The Death Cure’

Review: ‘Lady Bird’

By Anthony Miglieri Lady Bird is just a wonderful little thing of a film. Just like its setting of Sacramento, its scope is not huge. Unlike how main character Lady Bird (formerly known as Christine) feels about her California hometown, though, this film is all the better for its smallness. Writer and first-time solo director Greta Gerwig allegedly based Lady Bird on her own young … Continue reading Review: ‘Lady Bird’

Review: ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’

By Troi Watts The highly anticipated eighth installment of the Star Wars franchise opened just before Christmas. Hundreds excitedly flocked to theaters, but not all of them left with that same enthusiasm. Fans had mixed feelings on the latest installment; some saw it as amazing and worthy of being included in the franchise, some saw it as a major letdown and betrayal. As a Star … Continue reading Review: ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’