The best film and television of 2020

The best film and television of 2020
January 20, 2021

Television: I May Destroy You - Created, written, co-directed by and starring Michaela Coel, the semi-autobiographical “I May Destroy You” follows Coel’s character, Arabella, and her journey to...

London Breed permits reopening as SF theaters remain shuttered

London Breed permits reopening as SF theaters remain shuttered
November 19, 2020

In March, theaters across the country--including all AMC, Cinemark, and Regal Cinema locations--closed for what they expected to be a six to 12 week period. It has now been seven and a half months since...

The new age of relatable teenage romcoms

The new age of relatable teenage romcoms
November 19, 2020

Cliches have been the epitome of the teenage romantic comedy industry for decades, but as society demands more accurate representations of human experiences in the film sector, some directors have shifted...

Ian’s Movie Reviews

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You know what it is.
October 25, 2019

IT Chapter Two: IT Chapter Two attempts to follow up on the success of its predecessor by returning back to the town of Derry 27 years later, this time with the Losers Club fully grown and ready...

New Netflix originals reach an all-time high in viewership

Illustration of Netflix original
February 27, 2019

Ever since its launch in 1997, the multi-media streaming platform, Netflix, has paved its way toward becoming a media empire, as seen through the company's market capitalization. In 2013, a Netflix share...

The overlooked controversy surrounding the Oscar Best picture nominee, “Green Book”

Illustration of cinematic poster for best picture winner
February 25, 2019

The Oscars took place on Feb 24, and while the ceremony may have gone much better than many thought it would without a host, one big point of controversy has been the winner of the Best Picture award,...

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