Tag: film

Why the Gender or Sex of an Actor Shouldn’t Matter Regardless if They Are Cis/Transgender.

   The year is 1659; the first cheque is written, Robinson Crusoe has been shipwrecked, and women aren’t allowed to be on stage. Flashback to 535 BCE; Thespis leaps onto a wooden cart and performs poetry in character birthing what is now known as Thespianism (the art of acting). Between the years 1580 and 1613, playwrights…

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New Netflix Film, “Enola Holmes”, to Premiere this September

We say, “excellent!” and Netflix says, “elementary.” For all of you Sherlock Holmes fans, life just became a little bit more interesting.  Come this September, Netflix is introducing a new spin-off of the beloved classic, titled, Enola Holmes. Based on the book series, by Nancy Springer, Enola Holmes follows the story of young Enola, (Millie Bobby Brown)…

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Everything’s Gotta Die

A review of The Old Guard By: Nicole Klein Though COVID-19 has seemingly shuttered the multiplexes, the time-honored institution of the summer blockbuster has yet to be slain.  In typical fashion (or at least typical for the past decade and change), one of this year’s blockbusters supplies a decent helping of comic book action. Adapted…

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Oliver Stone’s a Scholar

By Brian Lancaster Oliver Stone was a guy who volunteered for Vietnam, flew to Mexico after the war with two ounces of Vietnamese weed, got arrested at the border, and later dosed his Republican father with LSD. Despite having no formal history education, Stone is an expert on shady American history. According to a new…

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