“Sisu” is a historical action film set at the end of World War II and shows one man’s journey to kill Nazis when they try to take everything from him.
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The Super Mario Bros Movie: A faithful love letter to Mario’s history
Illumination’s latest release serves as an incredibly faithful interpretation of one of the most famous video game characters alongside his over 30-year history.
Cocaine Bear’s rampage and comedy make for a fun trip
While Universal Pictures “Cocaine Bear” doesn’t have a grand, well developed plot line, the mindless violence and escapades make it an enjoyable ride.
Son of a Beach S2E7: Everyone Everywhere All at Once at the Oscars
Daily Forty-Niner · Son of a Beach S2E7: Everyone Everywhere All at Once at the Oscars
“The Fabelmans” is a journey of inspiration
Spielberg’s new film, “The Fabelmans” aims into the heart of a young filmmaker’s growth from youth to adulthood.
Film Review: Best Picture nominee ‘Minari’
In this film review series, reporter Christian Lopez will be going through all seven Best Picture nominees for the 93rd Academy Awards in April. “Minari” depicts a Korean family moving to America and the trials that come with raising a family in pursuit of a better opportunity.
Film Review: Zack Snyder cut of “Justice League” shows what was lost in 2017
In this film review, reporter Christian Lopez discusses the highly-anticipated Zack Snyder cut of “Justice League,” which gathers some of the biggest heroes in the DC Universe and yet proved to disappoint many fans upon release in 2017.
Film Review: The United States vs. Billie Holiday has a memorable performance but lacks focus
In this film review of “The United States vs. Billie Holiday,” reporter Christian Lopez explains how the story of the beloved jazz singer gets split into two directions, neither for the film’s benefit.
Film Review: “Judas and the Black Messiah” parallels unrest in present day
In this film review, reporter Christian Lopez discusses “Judas and the Black Messiah,” which follows the true story of an FBI informant who infiltrates the Black Panther Party in the 1970s.
Film Review: “Malcolm & Marie” falls short of expectations
In the first film review, reporter Christian Lopez discusses Netflix’s recent release of “Malcolm & Marie,” directed by Sam Levinson, best known as a writer for the HBO series, “Euphoria.”