With its main characters dynamic energy, “Wonder Woman” proves to be a delightful superhero movie to watch.
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Review: One hundred precious minutes of my life ‘Snatched’
Greg Llamas is a journalism senior and Mustang News columnist. The views expressed in this column do not reflect the viewpoints and editorial coverage of Mustang News. I’m normally able to find at least a couple things to enjoy in a movie I didn’t like. From a halfway likable character, to a good performance from […]
Review: ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’ delves deeper than the first
It might seem like I have plenty of complaints about certain elements of “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2,” but it had something to offer.
REVIEW: ‘Their Finest’: A heartfelt dramedy
The movie takes an unusual spin on the classic World War II motif
‘The Boss Baby’ manages to not be completely awful
Congratulations to Dreamworks on making not the worst thing ever
Kong: Skull Island is a reboot done well
It takes elements from the previous Kong films and tells its own story in its own world
Review: ‘The Red Turtle’: a clinic in simplicity
Simple animation and no dialogue leads to a surprisingly meaningful experience
‘The LEGO Batman Movie’ is the best superhero movie in a while
Batman’s egotism is the driving force of the film and the main conflict.
‘A Dog’s Purpose’ will be manipulative
Tries to manipulate viewers by having dog deaths littered throughout the film
‘Monster Trucks’ is not the biggest monstrosity
With such an off-the-wall concept, there was an opportunity for the characters to be written in a way that wasn’t stereotypical
“Loving:” A character-driven look into the landmark court case
Far too often when a film is centered around a famous historical event or landmark court case, instead of focusing on compelling characters and interesting stories behind the events, viewers are forced to sit through preachy and vapid speeches that are emotionally manipulative and hammer home the obvious fact that the good guys are right. […]