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The look inside the Oscar nominations

The look inside the Oscar nominations

(Photo courtesy of: Variety ) Many of the years top movies made the but, but who will take home the trophy? Troy Lafond Connector Editor The nominations for the annual Oscars ceremony were announced on Tuesday, January 24. Leading the pack in nominations was A24’s critically acclaimed and biggest commercial hit to date, “Everything Everywhere

Marvel Studios’ Phase 4 is an unmitigated disaster

(Photo courtesy of Variety) Phase 4 came to a conclusion this fall with “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever”. Maxwell Valin Connector Editor The Marvel Cinematic Universe is, in concept, a series of films and shows that work together across different individual series in order to tell a large, cohesive, and interconnected story. In its first 10

Sleeper director’s film turns 20, upon covering a 70 year old narrative about a very ‘Quiet American’

(Photo Courtesy of Miramax Films) “The Quiet American” celebrates the 20th Anniversary of it’s initial theatrical release. Harrison Lee Connector Editor Director Phillip Noyce may not be one of the most prominent names when it comes to filmmaking. However, the working man behind “Patriot Games,” “Clear and Present Danger” and “Salt” has produced quite a

“The Lost City” Strikes Gold

(Photo Courtesy of Fortis Films) “The Lost City” was released on March 12. Troy Lafond Connector Editor “The Lost City”, starring Sandra Bullock, Channing Tatum and Daniel Radcliffe, is one of the best surprises of 2022 thus far. Released on March 25, this romantic adventure-comedy follows a reclusive, washed-up author (Bullock), kidnapped by a billionaire

Elvis Presley will be getting his own biopic in theaters this summer

(Photo Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures) “Elvis”, directed by Baz Luhrmann will release on June 24. A young Elvis Presley takes the stage nervously, wearing a bright pink, two-piece outfit. His dark-colored hair slicked back with grease, except for a few lone bangs on his forehead. “Get a haircut buttercup,” a heckler yells from the

Five films to see in 2022

(Photo Courtesy of Marvel Studios) The sequel to “Dr. Strange” will be on theaters by May 6. Maxwell Valin Connector Staff With theaters finally making a comeback after a tough couple of years for business, more movies are being released to meet that demand. Here are five to look out for in 2022. “Doctor Strange

Jack Ryan Season 3 is not yet as Clear and Present to check out as this series entry

(Photo Courtesy of Paramount Pictures) “Clear and Present Danger” was Ford’s 2nd Jack Ryan film following “Patriot Games.” Harrison Lee Connector Editor When John Krasinski took up producing and acting in the lead role of Amazon Prime’s “Jack Ryan”, many fans of the Ryanverse considered him the best actor to play the CIA analyst since

Does Matthew Vaughn avenge Ralph Fiennes’ previous suit and derby role in “The King’s Man”?

(Photo Courtesy of Marv Studios) Matthew Vaughn’s third “Kingsman” installment is currently available to stream on Hulu. Alex Decato-Roed Connector Editor Written and directed by Matthew Vaughn, “The King’s Man” is the prequel to “The Kingsman” series–also directed by Vaughn–and stars Ralph Fiennes as Orlando, the Duke of Oxford: a former British soldier turned pacifist,