James King, Correspondent
Star Wars: The Last Jedi is the most divisive film in the main canon of the franchise. To say that it split the fan base would almost be an understatement. Ever since this movie came out fans have been arguing whether it’s the best or the worst the franchise has put out. Now personally I do have my problems with it, but I feel that it’s a bit overzealous to say that this is a bad movie by any metric. Though, I feel that this movie is all about subverting your expectations as a Star Wars fan, taking what you know about the franchise and flipping it on its head.
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Devin Carter, Correspondent
It’s once again that time of the year when the Oscar heavyweights emerge, and audiences can go to theaters with several truly great movies to choose from. Fortunately for many, what will undoubtedly be seen as one of the best films of the year, Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman, can be watched in the comfort of their homes. For the second year in a row, Netflix has produced one of the best films of the year, and should be very optimistic about its chances as the awards season approaches.
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Alyxxis Jones, A&E Correspondent
Out with the horror of October and in with the romance of November. The beginning of November marks the official start of, what college students like to call, “cuffing season.” What would be a better way of celebrating the cold weather than sitting in your room binge watching a holiday romance movie? One film that viewers should watch this season is the Netflix original “Holiday in the Wild.” Directed by Ernie Barbarash, the movie was set to be released the 1st of November 2019. “Holiday in the Wild” relates to most Hallmark style films. It’s upbeat, and always pushing the cast in a positive way.
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Breanna Hill, Arts & Entertainment Editor
I’m a lover of anything to do with romance, whether it be television shows, movies or books. I’m always eager to see the next big premiere of a romantic movie destined to be greater than the one before. Sometimes the classics can outperform the newer in various ways and fashions though.
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Grant Davis, Arts & Entertainment Correspondent
First of all, I am not a professional film critic, just a fan of movies and a big fan of comic book movies. I would like to thank you to The Chanticleer for asking me to write a review for this movie. This is definitely a new experience for me, so I’ll do my best.
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