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Let there be a blockbuster Venom sequel

Let there be a blockbuster Venom sequel

(Photo Courtesy of Columbia Pictures) Kali Patterson Connector Contributor “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” is an explosive expansion upon the 2018 release, “Venom”. The Marvel blockbuster presents elements of a comic book film, a friendship comedy and a twisted romance, and it somehow manages to make it all work cohesively. Directed by cinema veteran, Andy

There’s someone inside the theater who is not so impressed with this book to film adaptation

(Photo Courtesy of Netflix) Kaliisha Cole Connector Editor Based on the book by Stephanie Perkins and produced by Netflix, “There’s Someone Inside Your House” follows Makani, who is caught in the crosshairs of a killer running loose in her town. This intruder wears a mask that resembles his victims, and he reveals their secrets before

No time to miss Craig, Daniel Craig, in his final James Bond adventure of “No Time To Die”

(Photo Courtesy of Eon Productions Ltd.) Harrison Lee Connector Editor After nearly two years of delay, the 25th James Bond installment is finally in theaters. Directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, “No Time To Die” made its exclusive debut to cinemas as Daniel Craig’s fifth and final outing as James Bond. Craig, who has played Bond

Better call “Nobody” but Bob Odenkirk

“Nobody” is Odenkirk’s first lead role in an action film (Photo Courtesy of Universal Studios 2021) Harrison Lee Connector Editor Ever since Chad Stahelski’s “John Wick” was released in 2014, a new collection of films has emerged with simple but sweetly stylized stories to accompany ever-audience-pleasing action. Ilya Naishuller’s “Nobody”, released March 2021, is no

‘Godzilla vs. Kong’: The Titan showdown almost everyone has been waiting for

(Photo Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures) This is the fourth installment in the Monsterverse franchise. Amir Kazemi Connector Staff “Godzilla vs. Kong” marks the fourth film in Legendary Pictures’ Monsterverse. This time, director Adam Wingard is at the helm. He is known for “You’re Next,” “The Guest,” and “Blair Witch.” “Godzilla vs.

“To All the Boys: Always and Forever”: The Beginning, the Middle and the End

(Photo Courtesy of Netflix) Always and Forever is the third installment to both the book series and movie franchise. Vanessa Bazile Connector Staff In 2014, author Jenny Han released the first novel of her “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” series. Han later released the sequel and the threequel in 2015 and 2017: “P.S.

“Judas and the Black Messiah”: American film director, Shaka King produces a relevant and timely film

(Photo Courtesy of Warner Bros. Entertainment) “Judas and the Black Messiah” is based on a true story of an FBI informant, William O’Neal. Amir Kazemi Connector Staff In theaters and available to stream on HBO Max, “Judas and the Black Messiah” (2021) is directed by Shaka King who is known for “Newlyweeds” (2013) and “Mulignans”

“The Witches” movie mixes humor and horror in this recent adaption of a Roald Dahl classic

(Photo Courtesy of IMDb) Kaliisha Cole Connector Editor Originally published as a children’s book in 1983, Roald Dahl’s “The Witches” gets revisited as an HBO Max movie adaptation. The film was released on Oct. 22 and stars Anne Hathaway and Octavia Spencer. Directed by Robert Zemeckis, the director behind the “Back to the Future” movies,