REVIEW: RICHARD JEWELL (2019)

“There’s a bomb in Centennial Park. You have thirty minutes.” I was too young to remember the aftermath that surrounded the bombing of Centennial Park in 1996. Although, the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing for some reason has always impacted me for one reason or another. But Richard Jewell, the hero of the Centennial Park bombing,…

REVIEW: JOJO RABBIT (2019)

“You’re not a Nazi, Jojo. You’re a ten-year-old kid who likes dressing up in a funny uniform and wants to be part of a club.” Jojo Rabbit, inspired by the novel Caging Skies by Christine Leunens, tells the story about a young boy, who’s eager to become a high ranking young soldier in the Nazi…

REVIEW: GALAXY QUEST (1999)

“Never give up. Never surrender.” Before the explosion of comic cons and expos, Galaxy Quest showed audiences the thrill of living and breathing a fandom, much like the Trekkies who love their Star Trek. The film tells the story of a group of has-been actors who now go around to conventions, say their signature lines,…

TOP 5 SPACE TRAVEL FILMS

We’ve seen so many films that let us imagine, that beyond the starry skies, there is a whole universe just waiting to be explored. The sci-fi genre has been able to share these stories of companionship, love, survival, and most of all, science, through the film medium. And with Ad Astra set to release tomorrow…