Shorts
Aug21

Shorts

Noisy; Unworthy of Viewing Starring: James Spader, Jimmy Bennett By Josephine Zomayah Sitting in a movie theatre while waiting for a movie to start that is occupied to capacity isn’t always the quietest of moments. Being in a movie theatre filled with impatient and whining children fueled by their sugar high is a whole different experience.. A cacophony is best fit for the description to say the least. The unpleasant shrieking of this...

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Post Grad
Aug20

Post Grad

The Evils of Uncertainty Starring: Alexis Bledel, Michael Keaton By Josephine Zomayah Oh, how terrible it must be for a college-educated 22-year-old girl struggling with unemployment. A piece of paper doesn’t guarantee a fancy high paying job that can take care of a rent payment on a luxury high-rise apartment. All those hopes and dreams shot down by reality. The writers of Post Grad’s script should go back to school when they tried...

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The Proposal
Jun19

The Proposal

Unlikely Duo Spin Decent Comedy Starring: Ryan Reynolds, Sandra Bullock By Josephine Zomayah Being a female, one might assume that I would be into chick flicks. The truth is, I’m not. Sappy and romantic films aren’t among the top on my list of favorite movie genres. At rare times, they can be tolerable. “The Proposal” mainly sparked my interest due to Ryan Reynolds’ starring role in this romantic comedy. Combining his comedic relief...

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Year One
Jun19

Year One

I Present to You: The Wheel. Seen it. Starring: Jack Black, Michael Cera Written by: Josephine Zomayah Parodies have become cliché these days. Let’s just say, the Wayans have ruined the fun for many of us. They cast C-list stars to act out amateur writing which is based it on other subpar films. I wouldn’t necessarily call their concept as brilliant. If you’re going to do a parody, you have to do it right with the proper necessities....

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Imagine That
Jun12

Imagine That

Murphy Flounders in Newest Comedy Starring: Eddie Murphy, Yara Shahidi By Josephine Zomayah Although being Nickelodeon’s newest release, the kids aren’t urging their parents to go see the upcoming flick, “Imagine That”. If they’ve caught the preview, they might recall, “Hey, that sounds like Donkey’s voice from Shrek”, and then continue watching their beloved Spongebob and Patrick. The parents, however, might lean toward this family...

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