In the Trenches with "1917"

Still image of a soldier from 1917 standing while other soldiers crawl through trenches around him

Director Sam Mendes’ feature length unblinking approach of making “1917” is phenomenal. Mendes uses several takes and seamlessly combines them to give the movie a one long shot point of view.

“Marriage Story:" A Different Perspective

Still image from the film "Marriage Story" showing a seemingly upset Charlie pointing at Nicole

“Marriage Story” is a movie directed by Noah Baumach, based on his own marriage and inevitable divorce with Jennifer Jason Leigh, an actress best known for her roles in “The Hateful Eight,” “Atypical,” and “Annihilation.” Already winning Laura Dern the

A Divorce Story with No Sides

Promotional poster for film "Marriage Story," showing the three main characters of the film embracing

As an aerial shot on a broad street with Charlie Barber (Adam Driver) carrying his exhausted son Henry Barber (Azhy Robertson) to the car closes Noah Baumbach’s “Marriage Story,” there is a faint discord in my mood.

Surf’s Up in Dearborn

Photo of Longboard's interior decor, including surfboards hanging from the ceiling and a vibrant setting

This weekend my boyfriend and I decided to try out the new surfing-themed restaurant in Dearborn. Located on Michigan Ave., Longboard opened on Nov. 25.

Toss a Coin to "The Witcher"

Image of Netflix promotional poster for "The Witcher" showcasing the three main character, Yennefer, Geralt and Cirilla

Like Jaskier the humble bard sings, you should grace a ride along with “The Witcher,” the Netflix series based on the Polish books with the same name by Andrezej Sapkowski.

Fka Twigs' "Magdalene"

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On Nov. 8, Tahliah Debrett Barnett, under the pseudonym FKA twigs, released her second full-length album MAGDALENE through Young Turks, her first release since her 2015 EP M3LL155X ,and her first full-length release since 2014’s LP1.

"The Irishman:" An Ozymandian Tale of Blood and Betrayal

Image shows part of the cast from "The Irishman"

Martin Scorsese’s “The Irishman” opens in a setting one wouldn’t typically associate with a mob film.

Charlie's Angels

Image shows the cast of Charlie's Angels

In this year of remakes, reboots, and reimagination of hit film classics, Sony Pictures brings to the table the latest incarnation of Charlie’s Angels, the trio of butt-kicking crime-fighting, world-saving sexy female private detectives who first made

Parasite: A Look Inside the Feverish Insanity of Class Warfare

Promotional poster for film "Parasite"

“Act like you own the place.” So reads the tagline of “Parasite,” the newest film from one of South Korea’s most acclaimed filmmakers, Bong Joon-Ho.

DEEP CUTS: Shows Under the Radar worth Watching

Promo image for TV show "Trust"

The landscape for television viewing has changed drastically over the past 10 years or so.


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