“Love, Simon” Review: First Gay Protagonist in a Teen Romance

Love, Simon is a teen movie which declares itself to be just like any other. It considers the struggles of finding oneself, of that dreaded first kiss, of...

“A Wrinkle in Time”: A film that will certainly charm a younger audience

Last Thursday marked the release of Disney's latest movie "A Wrinkle in Time." The sci-fi fantasy is based on the 1962 novel by L'Engle, adapted by Ava...

“Gringo” Review: wacky, dark humor

Gringo is Nash Edgerton's latest release after his 2008 drama/thriller film The Square. Gringo is another exhilarating crime drama full of twists and turns and cynical humor. There are a...

“Game Night” Review: takes the fun out of games, in a good way

This year's latest comedy Game Night, directed by Johnathon Goldstein and John Francis Daley, stars Rachel McAdams and John Bateman. The ambitious couple, Annie and Max, fall...

“Annihilation” Review: Raw Horror and Psychological Terror

Annihilation is Alex Garland's latest film after the successful sci-fi drama Ex Machina. The feature is based on Jeff VanderMeer's award-winning novel and is difficult to pin...