Gather up some friends, grab some popcorn, and enjoy a movie this holiday season.

Seen Any Good Movies Lately?

Movie Review by Arts and Life Reporters

December 5, 2018

Ralph Breaks the Internet

Movie Review by Ethan L. Kessler and Aalyssa Olsen

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Over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend many movies premiered. One of the more successful ones was Ralph Breaks the Internet, raking in just over $91 million in just the first week. Disney’s charming sequel shines a light on the wonders and even the horrors of the Internet, from the many silly viral videos to the nature of social media. Ralph and Venellope, portrayed by John C. Reilly and Sarah Silverman, continue their close friendship between a misunderstood video game villain and a young speedster with a glitch. Their new adventure thrusts the best friends into the wilds of the web. Adults, more than kids, will enjoy the movie’s jokes and the references in the animated sequel that are all too relatable. It is definitely a movie worth seeing and is as good, if not No

 

 

 Bohemian Rhapsody

Movie Review by Nevaeh Williams

Bohemian Rhapsody is colorful and explosive retelling of famous British rock band Queen and its wonderfully talented lead singer’s rise to stardom. Freddie Mercury was an icon for men, women, and children alike—producing multiple hit songs such as “Another One Bites the Dust,” “Don’t Stop Me Now,” and the movie’s signature name-sake, “Bohemian Rhapsody.” The bombastic and flamboyant musician passed away on November 24th, 1991, at age 45 due to complications from AIDs, confirming the day before his death that he had contracted the disease.

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Despite this, Mercury left an insurmountable legacy that would continue to influence and inspire future artists for many years to come—the movie, produced by Graham King and Jim Beach, is a roughly two hour long biopic featuring Rami Malek as Mercury and Gwilym Lee, Ben Hardy, and Joe Mazzello as Queen’s corresponding members.

First and foremost, Bohemian Rhapsody is as nostalgic as one would expect—Malek’s performance is captivating in its own right, roping each and every audience member into what may otherwise be a superficially cliché yet somewhat unusual biopic. The movie takes great interest in the many struggles he was forced to overcome on his journey to stardom…and when one examines it through that lens, the film itself is an entertaining and decent reflection of Mercury’s trials and challenges. Historical inaccuracies have a habit of popping up, but it is not nearly enough to severely hamper the film’s overall quality.

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