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After turning the world pink, critics have a lot to say about “Barbie” and its portrayal of feminism. As groups of women from all walks of life dressed in their best pink outfits for the movie, you can’t deny that Greta Gerwig’s “Barbie” was able to unite women’s worst enemies together; women themselves. As...

Making history by casting the first non-binary lead character in one of their movies, Disney continues to promote acceptance and inclusivity through their third installment of the “Zombies” franchise, released on July 15 on Disney+.

"Spider-Man: No Way Home" not only gives fans everything they wanted, but cements Tom Holland as the best live action Spider-Man.

After pulling numerous all-nighters to review study guides for the upcoming exams, I like to reward myself by pulling all-nighters (once again) to binge-watch my favorite film series. The majority of the films I watch are either Chinese, Korean, or Japanese (I haven’t found a good Thai series to get me started) —...

22 years ago, a young British filmmaker reinvented the crime comedy genre and delivered one of the freshest debuts ever with “Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels.” Two years later, he would cement his status as the British answer to Tarantino with his next movie “Snatch.” Now, after spending years involved in...

In a perfect franchise, there is that one person who is in total control. They have a vision, and they know exactly where all story lines are headed in the long run. Kevin Feige for Marvel Studios showed us this year with how masterfully he wrapped up his universe with the captivating  “Avengers: Endgame.” The whole...

Pennywise, played by Bill Skarsgard, is back to scare us all in the second chapter of the IT revival. However, what few issues the first chapter had are sadly only multiplied or made worse in this installment of the series. With a run time of almost three hours, director Andy Muschietti’s closing piece in the series...

Have you just moved to Houston and would like to see more of this city? Did you grow up here and want to indulge in some memories, or find some unknown perspectives? Well, look no further, because here are some of the ultimate films connected to Clutch City– in one way or another. Starting with one of the...

After the last movie of the X-men series flopped, “Dark Phoenix” was supposed to be a new start for the franchise instead. Yet the metaphorical bird coming from the ashes does quite the opposite; making the film the weakest of the series. Following the events of “Apocalypse,” Jean Grey still struggles to control...

This year at South-By-Southwest Olivia Wilde’s new movie “Booksmart” had its world premiere. If that wasn’t enough, it was also her birthday and the whole Paramount Theatre, packed to the last of the 1100 seats, sang “Happy Birthday” along with the cast. She won’t ever forget that evening and the audience won’t...