Crimson staff writer
Monique I. Vobecky
Whether for the film’s portrayal of the horrors of racism or its commentary on the importance of fighting for justice, everyone should see “Till.”
Even though “Enola Holmes 2” dims in comparison to the first film in the mystery series, it is charming nonetheless.
With the release of her new single that differs from her traditional image of a pop icon, only time will tell where the trajectory of Rihanna’s music is headed.
“The Watcher” sets itself apart from other stalker films by focusing on unexpected sources of fear apart from the main antagonist.
“Mr. Harrigan’s Phone” shies away from the reputed author’s traditional horror and instead errs on the side of a charming coming-of-age short story.
As a film, “‘Luckiest Girl Alive” succeeds in delivering a strong message that involves complex themes. However, it is in the film’s core scenes of violence and trauma that it fails to reach its potential.
‘Stranger Things’ Season 4 Vol. 2 Review: An Exhilarating, Tear-Jerking Climax of A Penultimate Season
“Stranger Things’” most successful and engaging season to date embraces the horror genre while moving away from the original, lighter-hearted sci-fi elements of the first few seasons.
With a mix of both individual, pair, and group performances, the show was a theatrical spectacle of bright lights, mash-ups of hit songs, and mystifying on-ice stunts.