How deep is your oven? A Review of M. Night Shyamalaymalaymalyamlaymanan’s The Visit

M. Night hasn’t had much luck in the recent past. Lady in the Water, After Earth, The Last Airbender, it’s best to use that little flashy-thing from Men In Black and forget those. The Visit is his return to form.

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How deep is your oven? A Review of M. Night Shyamalaymalaymalyamlaymanan’s The Visit

The Rocke-who? A non-Marvel hero saves the Day: A Review of the 1991 film THE ROCKETEER

Cinema has the power to instill the complete range of human emotion into each of us. It can make us laugh, cry, scream. Some movies are great because they make us think about world issues or question our existence. Some movies are great because they allow us to escape for a couple of hours on an adventure. The Rocketeer is one of those great adventure escape movies.

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The Rocke-who? A non-Marvel hero saves the Day: A Review of the 1991 film THE ROCKETEER

Seeing the World through the Eyes of Cinema: A Review of Crystal Moselle’s The Wolfpack

As children growing up most everyone thinks their parents are too strict. Bedtimes, chores, curfews, getting grounded, etc., these are not enjoyable things as a child. That’s what makes the time we get to go out and have fun that much more enjoyable. It’s like the saying, you don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone. But what if you only got one side of that experience? What if you spent your entire childhood locked in a high-rise NYC building? Sounds like a story for a movie right? Well yes, it actually is.

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Seeing the World through the Eyes of Cinema: A Review of Crystal Moselle’s The Wolfpack