Jonathan Vargas

It was January of 2017 and I was 14 years old. I begged my parents to go see La La Land with me to help feed my current obsession with Emma Stone ever since she appeared as Gwen Stacy just a few years prior. In that movie theatre, I experienced life, love, and culture in a way that I have never seen or felt before. Around a thousand new movies later, I consider myself a true film buff and an Awards Season enthusiast. Nowadays, I try to watch everything I can get my hands on to distract me from the everyday stressors of being in undergrad and I don’t see my love for film diminishing anytime soon.

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Glorious (Review): A Not so Breezy Breakup Story

With a tremendous voice-acting turn from JK Simmons, Glorious is occasionally an entertaining experience but doesn’t fully know what it wants to be.

Bullet Train (Film Review): Brad Pitt ‘s Rousing Return to Action

Brad Pitt finds himself in numerous unlucky situations in his newest action comedy Bullet Train, which makes for a chaotic yet exhilarating time. 

5 Reasons why New Thor is Better Than Old Thor

With Thor: Love and Thunder now in theaters, here are 5 reasons why the New Thor films are better than Old Thor films. 

Paws of Fury: The Legend of Hank (Review) Ferocious Family Fun

Paws of Fury: The Legend of Hank is an extremely fun and light watch that has loads of laughs that anyone can enjoy.

The Summer I Turned Pretty (Review): The Show of the Summer is Here

The Summer I Turned Pretty provides a refreshing summer escape that anyone can enjoy even if it’s too familiar at times.

Abbott Elementary Season 1 Review: Network Sitcoms are Back!

ABC’s new workplace comedy Abbott Elementary is the network sitcom we all missed, giving some of the best laughs from a tv show in the last decade.

The Flight Attendant Season 2 Review: New Mysteries and A New Cassie

Season 2 of The Flight Attendant continues Cassie’s chaotic journey with a new mystery that allows audiences to see Kaley Cuoco shine once again.

Landscapers (Review): The Most Unique Crime Series Ever Made

Landscapers tells the fascinating tale of a double murder in some of the most inventive ways audiences have seen in years.

The Dropout (Review): Seyfried Steals the Show

The Dropout allows Amanda Seyfried to give a career best performance in her portrayal of Elizabeth Holmes, the controversial former CEO of Theranos.

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The Bubble (Review): A Silly Comedy with No Substance

The Bubble, Judd Apatow’s latest effort, is overstuffed with silly jokes that make for a tedious watch, even if it just sticks the landing by the end.