A story of true love, an underlying message to spread kindness, and lots of spooky instances which take place in Salem, MA. On the days leading up to Halloween, ‘Hubie Halloween’ is not your typical holiday classic.
Wrap up the summer at the drive-in theater
There is nothing like pulling up to the colossal movie screen, and reclining the car seat, with the windows rolled down and that melted buttery popcorn smell in the air, while the starry night sky shines above. In Los Angeles, there are only a few more options for a vintage themed movie night like this, at the classic drive-in theater.
Pixar’s ‘Onward’: The next children’s classic
Following the formula to pull on heartstrings with an extraordinary quest, a devoted big brother and a teen trying to find his way, “Onward” is incredibly moving. “Onward” takes place in a fantasy world, but is centered around common, realistic problems. The story follows two elf brothers, Ian and Barley, on a mission to find any remaining magic in their world. Their eager quest is fueled by a heart-felt story of loss. The two brothers defy all the odds against them while discovering their individual …
The Intruder: Unable to steal box office
Although I am a cinematic fan of all three principal actors, I cannot say I was a complete fan of the movie “The Intruder,” especially with current ticket prices. The acting was good and the main location and surrounding property were captivating, but the story, however, was weak, and the fear factor was non-existent.
‘Ready Player One’: A video game movie done right
Movies based around video games are usually prone to a major ratings and box office flop. With movies like “Need for Speed”, the “Tomb Raider” movies and all of the “Resident Evil” movies, it seems like the genre is cursed, with only a single exception of “Wreck It Ralph.” However, Steven Spielberg’s “Ready Player One”, based on the book of the same name by Ernest Cline, means to remove that curse and make a great video game movie. And overall, it does.
‘Isle of Dogs’: I love dogs
Dog lovers rejoice for the “Isle of Dogs”, a film that uses unique stop-motion effects that couple smoothly with Wes Anderson’s visual style, and creates a riveting tale that reminds us why dogs are man’s best friend.
Film mixes laughs with racism
“Dear White People, please stop touching my hair. Does this look like a petting zoo to you?”
Movie piracy a topic of mixed opinions among PCC students
With the internet allowing people to illegally download a bigger selection of movies, students at PCC and many other schools have cut down on their trips to movie theaters. Is this sort of thing really such a big deal? Viewpoints on the issue are conflicting.