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Review: Bohemian Rhapsody Film

Review: Bohemian Rhapsody

Freddie Mercury is one of the most talented rock singer of all time. It is no small feat to tell his story and live up to the grandeur of him. Bohemian Rhapsody takes a crack at telling the story of Freddie from the time he joined Queen in 1970 to their performance at Live Aid in 1985—a performance called “Queen’s best live show.” Read More Read More
Review: The Favourite Film

Review: The Favourite

In the early 18th century, Anne is Queen of England. She is ill with bouts of severe gout that leave her partially immobile and generally unpleasant. Her friend since childhood and secret lover Lady Marlborough cares for her and helps to run the country along with the friendship and ear of the Prime Minister. Read More Read More
Review: Green Book Film

Review: Green Book

The film takes place in 1962 where we meet Copacabana bouncer and errand-boy Tony (Viggo Mortensen), who is newly laid off from work. After demonstrating himself as an all-around unpleasant and quite a racist man, he somehow is able to put his opinions aside to drive Dr. Shirley (Mahershala Ali) around for his 8-week tour. Read More Read More
Review: Vice Film

Review: Vice

In a time where the world seems pretty polarizing, Vice offers the viewer even more paranoia and fear in the government. This film tells (the pretty harsh) story of how college dropout Dick Cheney went from the drunk tank in Wyoming to Chief of Staff in the White House (and beyond) in less than 15 years. Read More Read More

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