In 2009, Columbia Pictures’ Zombieland was released, which would go on to receive stellar critic and audience reviews while becoming a cult classic for all zombie flick fanatics. Ten years later, the original cast reunited for the long anticipated sequel. However, this begs the question, does it manage to live up to the original, or is it simply another undead nostalgia-fed cash grab?
The Goldfinch is based off of a 2013 novel of the same name by American author Donna Tartt. Directed by John Crowley, the film follows Theo Decker (played by Oakes Fegley and Ansel Elgort as a child and as an adult respectively), and his life after a bombing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art killed Theo’s mother, resulting in Theo stealing the famous painting, The Goldfinch, by Carel Fabritius.
Students, parents, unions, and other protesters worldwide prepare for a climate strike Friday, September 20th.
These strikes will take place just three days before the United Nations’ climate summit on September 23rd in New York and are expected to be even bigger than the strikes in March, 2019, that brought together 1.5 million protesters worldwide in favor of fighting climate change.
In the past decade, the superhero genre has grown to be one of the most dominant subjects in media, whether it be comic books, movies, television, or billions in merchandising. In a society so oversaturated with superheroes, consumers are tired of not much unique content being brought to the table, which is where Amazon Prime’s new hit original series, The Boys, comes in.
An adaptation of Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson’s comi...