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‘Just Mercy’ puts racism on trial

‘Just Mercy’ puts racism on trial

| Thursday, January 23, 2020

Destin Daniel Cretton’s film adaptation of Bryan Stevenson’s book “Just Mercy” strikes many emotional chords through the use of thoughtful details. From joy to sorrow and everything in between, it would be best to settle in for this two-plus-hour movie that captures the realities of racial inequality on death read more

‘1917’ throws away its continuous shot

‘1917’ throws away its continuous shot

| Wednesday, January 22, 2020

From start to finish, it appears as though “1917,” Sam Mendes’ World War I race-against-the-clock story, was filmed in one continuous shot. The film follows the travails of two young British soldiers, Schofield and Blake, as they seek to deliver a message to a British unit — of which read more

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WWE vs. AEW

WWE vs. AEW

| Wednesday, January 22, 2020

World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) has been a staple in sports entertainment for nearly 70 years. In fact, most people immediately think of this organization when they hear the word “wrestling.” However, the group has recently been under a lot of scrutiny from fans and personnel alike. Because of this, read more

Music festival reviews

Music festival reviews

| Tuesday, January 21, 2020

As awards season is in full swing, every music festival line-up is also being released. Waiting for festival line-ups to be released is often more nerve-wracking than seeing the same predicted film win every award. Festival line-up release dates are all over the place, adding to a festival-goer’s anxiety. read more