Feb. 5th, 2024: Captain America: The Winter Soldier

In 1944, the first Captain America movie was released, starring Dick Purcell as Captain America. It was the first time a Marvel comic had been …

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Feb. 3rd, 2024: Babe

Did you know that the first Saturday in every February is National Ice Cream for Breakfast Day? Well, today, we have a cinematic treat that’s

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Jan. 30th, 2024: Gahndi

Gandhi and his unforgettable pursuit of peace. In the annals of history, few figures stand as tall as Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, a man whose message

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Jan. 25th, 2024: Cruella

On January 25, 1961, a beloved classic, “101 Dalmatians,” made its theatrical debut, capturing the hearts of audiences worldwide. Disney, known for its innovative storytelling,

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Jan. 17th, 2024: Ali

On January 17, 1942, in Louisville, Kentucky, the legendary figure who would later be known as Muhammad Ali was born. Ali’s journey in the world

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Jan. 16th, 2024: Pump

Prohibition commenced in the United States on January 17, 1920, and endured for 13 years. As we approach the eve of Prohibition, a significant and

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Like Crazy & One Day

Valentine’s Eve Feb. 13th, 2021: To all the ones who got away on this Valentine’s Eve or for all the ones who weren’t meant to

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Love and Basketball

February 9th, 2021: Keeping in the sports theme this week, we turn to a classic trailer: Love & Basketball. A fun little romantic film as

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A Dog’s Purpose

It has been quite hard to write these last couple of weeks, social distancing and self quarantining and all. As a single person, I realize

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The Hunters

If you haven’t joined the hype and watched The Hunters on Amazon Prime yet, I suggest you take a “self-quarantine” day and catch up to

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The Boy & The Boy 2

Why the creepy dolls? WHY?!?! Gets me every time. I can get through the demonic horror movies or the ouija board possessions, but… the dolls.

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The Farewell

This one will tug at your heartstrings. But not for any of the subtitle/caption haters– which is a weird thing to be mad about. ANYWAY,

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The Invisible Man

Boy, oh boy, the social media attention this one is getting! Seriously, you can’t get on Twitter without seeing something about The Invisible Man. A

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Breaker Morant

I am going through titles on the new VUniverse App and giving ratings to some and then it’s funny I search and find others that

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EMMA. vs. Emma

You can never go wrong with a classic like Jane Austen. The costumes, the pastels. Can’t get enough of it. Someone put on the kettle!

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The French Dispatch

Wes Anderson told IndieWire, “this is not an easy story to explain.” I agree. There’s a lot going on here. I honestly had to watch

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Day #7 #Horror: IT

We went to the Woodstock Film Festival this weekend to see our friends at Big Indie’s film: The True Adventures of Wolf Boy. The lead

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Flowers: S1 & S2

I keep saving this one for a rainy day. It looks so incredibly strange and fun and I love Olivia Coleman but I share the

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Marshall: August 30, 2019

52 years ago on August 30th, 1967, Thurgood Marshall becomes the first African American to be confirmed as a Supreme Court justice. He served on the Supreme Court

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Dark

There has been a slew of really dark series to come out of Europe these last few years and seems like these content creators from

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