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This past weekend, Autumn Halberstadt and I decided to venture to Paris for the classic drive-in experience. Having been over 15 years since we cruised into a drive-in movie theater, we were both eager for the adventure.

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Soleil Moon Frye's documentary, Kid90 is a true time capsule. One that will have you reminiscing with many familiar faces and voices from the 1990s.

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Directed by Chloe Zhao, Nomadland is a quietly chaotic, yet endearing film that follows Fern, played by Frances McDormand, who has chosen to live life on the road in a van she calls "Vanguard."

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Walking into Roe v. Wade a viewer would think the film is about the historical impact of the controversial 1971-73 case—a straight forward historical picture.

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Don't judge a film by its title—Church People is a new faith-based comedy released just a few weeks ago, and it will have you laughing from beginning to end.

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The greatest weekend trips were with family to pick out one of three movies at Blockbuster; Sidekicks (1992) with Jonathan Brandis and Chuck Norris, 3 Ninjas (1992) with Victor Wong or Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie (1995), with Karen Ashley, Jason David Frank and the familiar TV sh…

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If you need a feel-good movie to watch on a late rainy night “Sing Street” hits every right note. Conor (Ferdia Walsh-Peelo) is the new kid at a school in Ireland. He falls for an older girl named Raphia (Lucy Boynton) who lives near the school. To impress her and get her number he tells Rap…

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“All Eyez on Me” is the story of Tupac Shakur, the iconic rapper, actor and visionary. Director Benny Boom takes us through Shakur’s life from his days growing up in New York, moving to Baltimore and eventually making his way out to California. We see into his childhood growing up with paren…

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“All Saints” is the true story of pastor Michael Spurlock (John Corbett) trying to save a church in trouble. He is sent to a small Anglican church in Tennessee known as All Saints, only to preach until the church is sold. Soon after he arrives with his family they are met by Burmese refugees…

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Welcome to "Riverdale". A lot of familiar faces are here in town. Archie Andrews is the golden boy, a football player and musician. Betty Cooper is the thought to be goodie goodie with a bit of an edge. Jughead Jones is the smart, yet troubled teen. Veronica Lodge is the once rich mean girl …

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“Baby Driver” is a true thrill ride. Edgar Wright directs this visually stunning film which follows Baby (Ansel Elgort), a young, yet skilled getaway driver.

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“The LEGO Batman Movie”, directed by Chris McKay is a witty, yet sarcastically funny family film. Will Arnett is the voice of the iconic superhero known to Gotham City as Batman, while a surprising Zach Galifianakis brings life to the Joker.  The action carries on throughout and it is hard t…

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“I’m Not Ashamed” is the story of Rachel Joy Scott, the first student killed in the Columbine school shooting in April of 1999. The movie follows Rachel from age eight, and up until April 20th, 1999 when, then aged 17, she and twelve others were gunned down by two gunmen. We get a glimpse of…

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“Minimalism: A Documentary” follows Ryan Nicodemus and Joshua Fields Millburn, two former white-collar businessmen, as they tour the country promoting their new book. This is done while interweaving other self proclaimed “minimalists” and getting their views on a movement that is sweeping th…

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Woody has just had a night that he doesn't want people to remember. The thing is, everyone already knows, except Woody's wife. He tries to keep her attention away from the news, but that doesn't last long. Pretty soon Woody is partying with Owen Wilson, a prince, a gypsy and is consoled by t…

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 “Coin Heist”, a teen drama directed by Emily Hagins, follows four high school students who try and save their school from being shut down. Jason, the headmaster’s kid, is a troublemaker, Alice is a computer wiz, Dakota is the perfect student and Benny is the athlete. Coming from all differe…

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You will be sucked into the action with this crazy adventure. From the point of view of the hero, Henry, the director Ilya Naishuller’s “Hardcore Henry” puts you in the center. Your eyes will not leave the screen.