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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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Swarm: Prime Video Series Review

Dominique Fishback rips through Prime Video’s Swarm as a dedicated fan in Donald Glover’s dark take on toxic fan culture.

You Season 4 Part 2: Netflix Review

One of Netflix’s biggest shows, You is back with Part 2 to finish off Season 4, even if it ends with a whimper instead of a bang.

Daisy Jones & The Six: Prime Video Series Review

Prime Video has a huge hit with their new series Daisy Jones & The Six featuring great original music, fantastic performances, and lovable characters.

You Season 4 Part 1: Netflix Review

Netflix’s famed stalker, Joe Goldberg is back in Season 4 Part 1 of You, but trouble never leaves him, even when he’s across the pond.

Alice, Darling (Film Review): Anna Kendrick at Her Most Vulnerable

Alice, Darling allows Anna Kendrick to give a career-best performance playing a woman who’s trying to survive a psychologically abusive relationship.

Golden Globes 2023 Predictions: Who will, could, and should win?

Who will, could, and should win the 2023 Golden Globes? Loud and Clear shares our predictions for the film categories of Hollywood’s biggest party.

Whitney Houston: I Wanna Dance With Somebody (2022): Film Review

With a knockout performance by Naomi Ackie, Whitney Houston: I Wanna Dance With Somebody is a solid addition to the celebrity biopic genre. 

Something From Tiffany’s (Prime Video) Review: Short & Sweet Holiday Magic

Prime Video’s Something From Tiffany’s brings nothing new to the Christmas romance subgenre, but Zoey…

Devotion (Film Review): “You Can’t Always Do What You’re Told”

Jam-packed with powerful performances and stunning imagery, Devotion is one of the most emotionally resonant action movies in years.

Mickey: The Story of a Mouse (Disney+): Film Review

Mickey: The Story of a Mouse is brimming with joy and that shows a genuine love for the famed face of the Disney Corporation.