Lin Manuel Miranda’s directing and Andrew Garfield’s acting add to the original musical, creating a beautiful movie experience.
The barely-advertised movie is more than the sum of its Marvel-typical parts.
Blackness in the media is equated with animalistic behavior and barbarism. The animators’ choice to portray Black characters as less than human, sub-human if you will, reinforces this idea.
Though the third installment of the Netflix series was not set up for success, it still found ways to shine through.
It’s safe to say that there’s a character who needs a personality transplant, but the film is marvelous and I would recommend it if Mackenzie Davis’s character wasn’t a horrible person.
As the days wind down before Thanksgiving, members of the Student Life arts and entertainment staff gave their picks for movies to watch as we recharge over the next few days.
With elements of horror and melodrama, “Let Him Go” is a gripping thriller and blood-curdler more than a tearjerker, although at times it attempts to become one.
The film not only succeeds in following up the successor’s hysterical stunts, but also in providing a new lens through which to observe and critique the growing issues in the United States.
Though Nolan has toyed with the theory in earlier films, this is his most sincere attempt at time travel, and his knack for delivering a bold and original perspective shines yet again.
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