‘Five Nights At Freddy’s’ has a fractured and confused tone
There are few cultural fixtures as bizarre as “Five Nights at Freddy’s”. Starting in 2014 as a phone and PC game developed by a single person, the indie series was elevated to its current smash-hit status by YouTube content creators like Markiplier and MatPat.
Four must-watch movies from Latinx actors and filmmakers
REAL WOMEN HAVE CURVES “Real Women Have Curves’’ is a cathartic joy. Telling the coming-of-age story of Ana Garcia, it is about the mothers who seem like they’ll never be satisfied, the fear of not being accepted in your body, and the awkward boyfriend you deserve better than.
‘Cocaine Bear’ offers gore, lacks message
In 1985, a bear did cocaine. That’s all that really matters. It does not matter that the bear overdosed and was found dead months later. It does not matter that this event came at the height of Ronald Reagan’s war against drugs, nor does it matter that the taxidermy of the bear, which still exists,
Where Are All These Netflix Originals Coming From?
Netflix originals are the polished force that have been taking over recent entertainment. With the success of House of Cards in 2013, Netflix has been cranking out more and more of these mysteriously labelled “N” series and movies.
2021 Oscars Awards a Diverse Set Of Films And Filmmakers
Although this past year has been like no other, there are still many traditions to fall back on to keep afloat amidst the insanity. This year, people counted on the Oscars to bring back that touch of familiarity and remind them that there is still a reassuring continuity in what the entertainment industry provides.
Moxie’s Attempts to Educate Falls Short
“Patriarchy sucks. Rebel girls are cool,” reads Netflix’s tagline for the new film Moxie, directed by Amy Poehler. This summarizes the ethos of the movie, as well as its many problems.
‘In and of Itself’ Is a Uniquely Magical Experience
Magic shows are inherently fun and exciting events. A man in a fancy cape and hat dances around a stage and makes all sorts of wondrous things happen, from pulling a rabbit out of a hat to reading an audience member’s mind.
‘Malcolm and Marie’ Dives into the Complexity of Relationships
For as long as humanity has existed, conflict has always fascinated us, whether it’s between groups or on an individual level. In the world of cinema, almost any plotline has to do with winning, from the Avengers fighting supervillains to legal dramas that take on a new case every episode.