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Branyan Towe

A freelance journalist who spends way too much time watching movies. I probably relate to Little Women‘s Jo March a little too much, and I love comic books, sports, anything directed by Kevin Smith or Spike Lee, and musicals. Growing up, I dreamed of being a movie critic because I was fascinated by the art of cinema and the magic of going to the movie theater. I’m a big believer in physical media, I enjoy dancing my heart out at concerts, and I think that Black Panther is the greatest superhero movie ever made.

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The Wolf of Wall Street (2013 Film): 10 Years Later

Leonardo DiCaprio is at his best in The Wolf of Wall Street, but Martin Scorsese’s…

That ’90s Show (Netflix) Season 1 Review: Hello Again, Wisconsin

Netflix’s That ’90s Show brings audiences back to Point Place in a worthwhile sequel series starring the adorable Callie Haverda as Leia Forman

Babylon (2022) Movie Review: Ain’t Life Grand

Damien Chazelle’s Babylon won’t be for everyone, but a career best performance from Margot Robbie anchors a chaotic, hilarious, disgusting, beautiful masterpiece

The Santa Clauses (2022): Disney+ Series Review

Tim Allen’s Scott Calvin/Santa Claus is terrific in The Santa Clauses, and there’s some magic, but the Disney+ sequel Miniseries may have worked better as a film.

Wednesday (2022) Netflix Series: Season 1 Review

Starring an astonishing Jenna Ortega as Wednesday Addams, Season 1 of Netflix ’s 2022 series Wednesday is quite the mysterious and spooky delight.

Enola Holmes 2 (Netflix) Review: A New Game is Afoot

Netflix ’s Enola Holmes 2 pairs Millie Bobby Brown’s charming Enola and Henry Cavill’s Sherlock in an adventure that proves two Holmes are better than one.

Black Adam (Review): The Man in Black shocks the DC Universe

A powerhouse performance from Dwayne Johnson, along with excellent action, allows Black Adam to overcome some small issues and be a fun big screen experience.

Amsterdam (Movie Review): A Total Mess of a Mystery

Despite the best efforts of Christian Bale, Margot Robbie, and John David Washington in the lead roles, David O. Russell’s Amsterdam is bland and disappointing.

Do Revenge (Review): Two Girls, a Bearded Dragon, and Payback

The excellent performances and chemistry of Maya Hawke and Camila Mendes help make Netflix’s Do Revenge one of the best teen dark comedies in years

Clerks III (Film Review): Welcome Back to The Quick-Stop

Hilarious and incredibly emotional, Clerks III is a fantastic conclusion to an unlikely trilogy and Kevin Smith’s best film since the original Clerks in 1994.