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Hollywood's Bleeding So Where Do We Go?

So, you have just created a piece of art. You’ve directed a movie, written a book or produced your best song yet. Obviously, the next step is getting people to see or hear it. What’s the point of creating, if not to share with others? But, what is your goal? Most creators are looking for an audience, at least more than just your mom. We might say fame and money aren’t important, but is that true? Isn’t recognition how we thrive in our fields?

Hollywood's Bleeding So Where Do We Go?

"Just Mercy" in a World of Injustice

Just Mercy is a film directed by Destin Daniel Cretton and is based on the real-life trial of Walter Mcmillian who, with the help of a young defense attorney named Bryan Stevenson, works to overturn his murder conviction. The film stars powerhouses, Michael B. Jordan, Jamie Foxx, and Brie Larson.

"Just Mercy" in a World of Injustice

Why the Popes? - Religion Trends in Film

In an age where it is the fashion to question everything, trust no one, and unquestionably doubt the intentions of organized religion, people are continually fascinated by the ideas of power, corruption, and scandal within the realm of the church. Specifically, in this discussion, the Catholic church. 

Why the Popes? - Religion Trends in Film

Greta Gerwig Challenges Us to be Daring

In a world where directors are auteurs and those auteurs are usually men, it is nearly a miracle that any female director could be a household name. Well, thank God for Greta Gerwig, because she has turned the industry upside down. To the public, it seemed as though she came out of nowhere but behind the scenes, Greta Gerwig has been climbing the ladder with a hammer in her pocket hellbent on shattering the glass ceiling. 

Greta Gerwig Challenges Us to be Daring

Is Marvel’s Portrayal of Women WRONG!?

As we look back on a decade of cinematography, it is interesting to examine the evolution that occurs in Marvel’s portrayal of women.

Is Marvel’s Portrayal of Women WRONG!?

Stockholm: The High-Stakes Robbery Film You Probably Missed

Americans do the craziest things.

On August 23, 1973 an Swedish criminal named, Jan-Eric Olsson entered a bank and proceeded to hold everyone present as hostage, at gunpoint. He then demanded that the police bring his friend, Clark Olofsson to the bank to assist him. The two bonded with the four hostages during the holdup, the hostages even going so far as to try and protect Olsson and Olofsson. The situation was ended and the two apprehended through the use of teargas.

Stockholm: The High-Stakes Robbery Film You Probably Missed

Will "Rocketman" Live Up to "Bohemian Rhapsody?"

Biopics, as of recent, have been floating along the mainstream with big blockbusters such as Hidden Figures, I Tonya, and, the jewel of the winter movie releases, Bohemian Rhapsody. In the same vein, we now have the upcoming film, Rocketman to look forward to.

Will "Rocketman" Live Up to "Bohemian Rhapsody?"

A World Without The Beatles: Yesterday

The trailer for Yesterday paints a heartwarming, musical comedy. It creates an absurd and wonderfully weird scenario that pays loving homage to one of the greatest bands in the world. It forces the viewer to contemplate the scenario for themselves and imagines a world that never knew the Beatles.

A World Without The Beatles: Yesterday

'Fighting With My Family'

Have you ever felt like the odd one out? Like you had a talent or a dream but neither fit the mold that people expected you to conform to? What if you came from a family made up entirely of professional wrestlers?

'Fighting With My Family'

Bad Times at the El Royale

Bad Times at the El Royale, a new mystery thriller, is about a group of strangers have one last chance for redemption. Like a mystery thriller, Bad Times at the El Royale promises to trust their audience to formulate the solution.

Bad Times at the El Royale