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Tennis. A sport known for the player’s backstory, their upbringing, what brought them to the sport and the adversity they’ve experienced within it. There is a suspenseful fire and intensity within the overlooked game. So many emotions from inside and outside the court. We’re brought to understand the erotic...

As a rom-com fanatic, “Anyone But You” is a throwback to a high school kind of romance but for adults. The movie is a good balance of cute, witty, bawdy and romance.  Directed by Will Gluck and co-writer Ilana Wolper, the film is a loose adaptation of William Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing,” starring Glenn...

To be completely honest with everyone, “Saltburn” was not as shocking as the internet made it out to be. It could possibly be because of the intensive unrated animes, cartoons and movies I’ve watched, but everything that happened in “Saltburn” was meant to happen.  Moving forward, there will be spoilers of the movie...

With the holidays just around the corner, everyone tends to get cozy in their beds and embrace the feeling of hygge. The most common approach to reaching this feeling is watching holiday rom-coms. Here are a few classic and wildly loved holiday rom-coms for you to watch this season! Serendipity A classic...

Sofia Coppola is a well-known director of movies like ‘Lost in Translation’ and ‘Marie Antoinette.’ However, she outdid herself with her latest film, ‘Priscilla.’  From the color tone of the movie to the precise details of the fashion era, Coppola captured every aspect with minute precision. As much as the...

With a whopping 31% on Rotten Tomatoes, many would say that “Five Nights at Freddy’s” did not do the game justice. To disagree, the movie did what it was supposed to do: satisfy the younger generation. When I went to watch the movie, I saw many kids under the age of 14 dressing up as their favorite characters,...

When it’s time to embrace the cozy autumn season, binge-watching movies with your family and friends while sharing a few laughs, smiles and maybe screams seems like a fulfilling idea. Here is a wide mix of movies you can watch (or re-watch) this fall. Coco Watching an animated Disney movie like...

‘Bottoms’ is a queer rom-com that takes inspiration from camp classics like ‘But I’m A Cheerleader,’ ‘D.E.B.S’ and ‘Bring It On.’ Joy in Film Movies are a sense of escape for people, whether they are a film-connoisseur or just want to be entertained. Emma Seligman and her co-writer, Rachel Sennot created a world for...

It’s family weekend. Freaking out? No worries! Here’s a compilation of family-centered movies to laugh or cry or cringe at if you need a little escapism in the upcoming days. The Farewell (2019) Let’s just start off with a brutal one, shall we? Rip the band-aid off. Drink the Kool-aid. Take the plunge. Et...

If you’ve ever wanted to see a giant mutant played by Ice Cube destroy New York while quoting rap classic “6 ‘N the Mornin”, TMNT: Mutant Mayhem is the film for you. Not sold yet? What if I told you that there’s a hippie gecko played by Post Malone? Or that Donatello wears a Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure hoodie and...