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Five November films worth revisiting

Five November films worth revisiting

(Photo courtesy of Universal Television) “Duel” (1971) was Steven Spielberg’s directorial debut. Emily Teague Connector Editor November movie releases have become a popular choice for films hoping to take advantage of the month’s promising history of bringing in lots of viewers. Looking back at movie releases of Novembers past, there are plenty of titles that

How to notice red hot garbage in a star-studded Netflix hit that misses entirely

(Photo courtesy of Flynn Picture Company) “Red Notice” was released for Netflix on Nov. 5, 2021. Harrison Lee Connector Editor What do you get when you put Wonder Woman, Deadpool and The Rock in the same movie? The result is, unfortunately, a red-hot mess of embarrassment. But, with great star power comes great attention, and

“Finch”: It’s Got Tom Hanks

(Photo courtesy of Amblin Entertainment) “Finch” is Tom Hank’s latest film, now available to watch on Apple TV. Emily Teague Connector Editor America’s sweetheart Tom Hanks stars in another Apple Original Movie, “Finch,” released Nov. 5, this time playing the role of Finch Weinberg, the last man left in St. Louis, perhaps the world, after

“Eternals” Will Live Forever

(Photo courtesy of Marvel Studios) “The Eternals” was released on Nov. 5, 2021. Troy Lafond Connector Editor “Eternals” is the newest installment in the ever-expanding Marvel Cinematic Universe, following the titular group of immortals as they defend Earth from their evil counterparts, the Deviants. Starring an ensemble cast featuring Gemma Chan, Richard Madden, Kumail Nanjiani,

Upcoming November film titles to anticipate: Five big movies that will arrive this season

(Photo Courtesy of Metro Goldwyn-Mayer) “House of Gucci” is a star-studded film scheduled for release on Nov. 24. This is Ridley Scott’s latest film. Troy Lafond Connector Staff November is one of the busiest months of the year for new movies. With the Oscars quickly approaching, films striving for major nominations are often released during

Five international films to revisit in the spirit of Halloween

(Photo courtesy of Next Entertainment World) “Train to Busan” was released on July 22, 2016. Natalia Gonzalez Connector Staff Picture this: It’s Halloween night. The popcorn is popped, the lights are turned off and you and your friends are doing the hardest thing imaginable — trying to find the right scary movie to watch. Between

“Halloween Kills” but the franchise lives on to quadruple budget at the box office

(Photo Courtesy of Miramax) “Halloween Kills” is the latest installment of the Halloween franchise. Kali Patterson Connector Staff Against all odds, Michael Myers is back and out for blood. The iconic masked serial killer returns in “Halloween Kills”, targeting Laurie Strode, played by Jamie Lee Curtis, and her family. Picking up directly after 2018’s “Halloween”,

Dune is out of this world

(Photo courtesy of Warner Bros.) Dune’s official release was delayed for over a year due to the pandemic Amir Kazemi Connector Staff Director Denis Villeneuve has delivered the big-screen adaptation of Frank Herbert’s 1965 novel “Dune”, which has been considered the greatest science fiction novel of all time. Villeneuve had a very steep hill to climb