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The Oscars are alienating their audience in their bid to appeal...

Every year when the Oscar nominations roll out, public discourse around the ceremony fills up with a barrage of some people asking, “Who cares?”...

What’s happening in Waterloo this summer?

As the spring term sets in, rising temperatures and longer days mean even more reason to feel cooped up at home due to the...

The Uncertain Fate of Cinema

When I was young, my parents would take my older brother and me to the theatres to watch movies. I can’t remember how old...

Review: Luxury Eco-Communism

Trigger Warnings: Torture scenes including hanging, shooting, and guillotine. Severe child labour depicted. The movie Luxury Eco-Communism: A Wonderful World is Possible, caters to the...

Review: Unplanned The anti-abortion film sparked protests in KW

Many of you have seen either heavily scornful or positively glowing reviews of the anti-abortion film Unplanned from Pure Flix studios. My parents wanted to...

Review: Call Me By Your Name

Call Me By Your Name, set in Italy in the summer of the 1980s, tells the story of 17-year old Elio who becomes infatuated...

Spiderman Homecoming: does whatever a great movie can

Aside from run-time and rating, the most important qualifier of Spiderman: Homecoming is the amount of minutes the audience squeals. While I can admit...

Netflix: Cut To Pieces — Hacksaw Ridge

Perhaps the most beautiful thing about Netflix is how it unites projects lost or forgotten by an audience to a new viewer that may...

Wonder Woman deserves more than just wonder

There exists a fine line in film between fun and enjoyable cinema, and being too aggressively cheesy. Much of the legacy Marvel has built...

Not Dead in the Water

By the time fifth film comes around, as they often seem to lately, most franchises have run out of gas. 8-12 hours have already...