‘Avengers: Infinity War’ excels, if you’ve paid attention

It’s finally here. I have been waiting for “Avengers: Infinity War” since Thanos was introduced in the first Avengers movie in 2012.

Matthew Wallace | Contributing Writer

A brief history of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Part Two

And we’re back! This is part two of my review of each Marvel Cinematic Universe movie before “Avengers: Infinity War.” We left off on the top-tier “Guardians of the Galaxy” and we continue on with the second big team-up.

Matthew Wallace | Contributing Writer

Which stream(ing service) deserves your green?

Cable is dying, internet speeds are a hot topic for all and sharing your Wi-Fi password is a public symbol for who you actually love. With the massive success of Netflix, many streaming services have sprung up in order to capitalize on the growing market.

Matthew Wallace | Contributing Writer

A brief history of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Part One

It’s finally here. Since “Iron Man” premiered in 2008, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has dazzled and amazed its fan base with 18 movies that have all added to the universe.

Matthew Wallace | Contributing Writer

‘Ready Player One’ chooses action over the exceptional

You see Steven Spielberg as a great filmmaker. You compare exploring his IMDB page to opening a box of old toys. Maybe, like me, you wish he could still make films like he used to.

Pranaya Pahwa | Film Editor

Finding magic in a world of adversity

“The Florida Project” is a film that is purposefully small and ironically, wonderfully rich.

Pranaya Pahwa | Staff Writer

‘Isle of Dogs’ brilliantly brings stop-motion to the silver screen

As with all of Anderson’s films, “Isle of Dogs” is a visual masterpiece: Somehow Trash Island looked stunning.

| Senior Cadenza Editor

‘Best F(r)iends:’ ‘The Room,’ but with a different aspect ratio

What film am I thinking of? It’s an independent flick featuring an unlikely friendship between two men played by Greg Sestero and Tommy Wiseau.

Aiden Blinn | Staff Writer

‘Annihilation:’ An unsettling film experience

“Annihilation” disturbs, unsettles and makes your skin crawl. It raises questions and opens discussions. It requires and demands repeat viewing.

Pranaya Pahwa | Staff Writer

‘The Death of Stalin': Humor to the heartless

The film covers the last days of Stalin and the struggle to fill the massive power vacuum that Stalin left after his death. While many aspects of the film are quite serious, it presents itself as a “political satire comedy.”

| Staff Writer