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xXx: Return of Xander Cage | Movie Review

The xXx film franchise has always been about fast-paced, over the top action. The latest film in the series, xXx: Return of Xander Cage brings back the original xXx, Xander Cage (Vin Diesel), along with a bevy of newcomers that give him a run for his money. It’s been 12

Silence | Movie Review

Martin Scorsese is one of the best filmmakers in the world. He’s made amazing movies that include The Wolf of Wall Street, The Departed, Casino, Goodfellas and more. While his most recent film, Silence, tells the story of the difficulties the church had in bringing Christianity to Japan, it doesn’t

Assassin’s Creed | Movie Review

Everyone talks about how bad movies based on video games have been in the past. Whenever a new video game movie is released, the discussion is always about whether or not this new film will be one of the first good movie adaptations of a video game. While Assassin’s Creed

Collateral Beauty | Movie Review

Collateral Beauty is another Will Smith awards vehicle, but this time it doesn’t hit home as well as some of his past awards season hits. The film is par for the course and about what you’d expect from Will Smith, but it just doesn’t have the emotional attachment that many

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story | Movie Review

The original Star Wars trilogy of films are considered classics by many, and even sacred by some. The prequel trilogy was sacrilegious in the eyes of many Star Wars fans, but Star Wars: The Force Awakens offered a return to form for the franchise. While The Force Awakens offered a

Miss Sloane | Movie Review

Politics have invaded the daily lives of almost every American thanks to the fact that it’s not only a presidential election year, but all of the controversy over President-Elect Trump has all eyes on Washington. The entertainment industry has taken note of this new wave of political consciousness, and there

ASU Film Spark Announces Release of Car Dogs

Arizona State University’s Film Spark program announced last night that “CAR DOGS”, a dramatic comedy starring Patrick J. Adams, George Lopez, Nia Vardalos, Octavia Spencer, Josh Hopkins, and Dash Mihok, will be released in theaters across the Valley on Friday, January 27, 2017. The production gave 85 ASU students and 15

Nocturnal Animals | Movie Review

Nocturnal Animals is a tale of revenge, but it doesn’t play out like a typical suspense thriller. In many ways Nocturnal Animals is a movie within a movie, telling the same story in different ways. It will make you think about your choices in life and the consequences of those choices,