By Andrew Harwood Comedy itself is specific, but when it comes to film, it’s a little more vague. Sure, it’s a genre, but it is so much more than that. For the next two weeks, comedy will be the focus for Cinephilia.  For this blog series, I’m splitting comedies into three separate categories: the romantic […]

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By Olivia Ritter Yes, it was made to be a dumb movie. No, I don’t care. Every movie deserves to be reviewed. Why else would you make a movie? I loved it. Basically, Zach Galifianakis, notorious, slightly overweight, funny guy from such hit films like “The Hangover,” “The Hangover 2” and “The Hangover 3,” takes […]

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By Victoria Lara With Sept. 15 signaling the start of National Hispanic Heritage Month, it may be difficult to find a good starting point to immerse yourself in Latinx culture. However, these next five films might be a great place to start for those looking to expand their film scope this month.   “Cesar Chavez”  […]

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By Dylan Hubert When people think of the “cool guys” in the movies, often times they’re the big-time stars that get the nod as people’s favorite. These are usually guys like Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio, or a Hemsworth brother. Sure, these guys are objectively cool, but I believe that there is one guy that flies […]

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By Olivia Ritter Like a good horror movie fan, I made sure to get out this weekend to see “It Chapter Two,” the second, and hopefully last, movie adaptation of Stephen King’s horror novel classic, “It.” The movie made its debut this last Friday, Sept. 6. I watched the first chapter, “It,” which came out […]

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“Beale Street” was nothing short of a cultural explosion that illuminated problems of race and police brutality and black love.

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