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Why celebrity voice acting is lazy

Why celebrity voice acting is lazy

Isabelle Curtis February 4, 2022
Last November, I was one of the many that watched with fascinated horror as Chris Pratt was voice cast as Mario and then Garfield only days later.  Despite recent allegations of homophobia, Pratt’s rise to stardom from the Marvel franchise has made him a box office draw.
The remake of West Side Story tells the full story

The remake of West Side Story tells the full story

Rhianwen Watkins February 4, 2022

TW: sexual assault/physical violence/discrimination  Sitting down in the movie theater to watch the newest rendition of West Side Story awakened excitement for my inner theater-kid who has seen the...

I Care a Lot”: A thrilling flick with a muddled message

“I Care a Lot”: A thrilling flick with a muddled message

Cassie Hollasch March 23, 2021
It can be rare to find a movie where you don’t want the main character to win. Sure, there are films where the protagonists do a litany of awful things from heading mafias to flat-out murder, yet often times there is some small inkling of sympathy nestled into their storyline that makes you root for them in one way or another. Yet Netflix’s 2020 release “I Care a Lot” manages to make it very easy to hope its lead character, Marla Grayson, fails and fails hard, even if that is not the film’s intention.
Feel-good films about self-love

Feel-good films about self-love

Cassie Hollasch February 11, 2021
Valentine’s Day often is a mixed box of chocolates for a lot of folks. For both partnered people and single people alike, Valentine’s Day is a feel-good time despite the coldness of February. But for others, well, the holiday can be a struggle. And after almost a full year of everyone having to limit their contact with other people, the love-centric holiday may be all the more bittersweet. However, love isn’t just romantic or even solely platonic. With the stress of daily life as well as pandemic life, self-love may be more important than ever.

Movie review: ‘V for Vendetta’ ponders the boundaries of freedom

Zach Lewis November 7, 2019
'V for Vendetta' is a movie you won't forget

TNH movie review: ‘They Shall Not Grow Old’

Bret Belden October 31, 2019
'They Shall Not Grow Old' brings the conflict of the armistice that ended World War I to life

Top 5 must-watch horror movies

Bret Belden October 24, 2019
TNH contributor Julia Stinneford ranks the top five horror movies just in time for the upcoming Halloween season
I feel at home in this review of I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore

I feel at home in this review of ‘I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore’

Zach Lewis October 24, 2019
'I Don't Feel at Home in this World Anymore' is all about creating meaning in a chaotic and impossible-to-understand world

‘Between Two Ferns: The Movie’ –The Review

Zach Lewis October 2, 2019
'Between Two Ferns: The Movie' is a zany, funny movie featuring Zach Galifianakis
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‘The Dirt’ is a disgusting, captivating and honest look at 80’s rock

Zach Lewis April 4, 2019

“The Dirt” is not a movie to watch lightly. This is a high-octane, male-gaze-driven autobiography of the 80s hair metal pseudo-satanic rock band Mötley Crüe. The Netflix movie is fully endorsed...

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