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Wesley Hunt

I am a published reviewer and sportswriter, but one of my main passions is writing about film. I gained this love of writing my senior year of high school when I wrote at length about Marvel’s Avengers and discussing its cultural relevance for the time. Since then, I have written many reviews on Letterboxd and the (now defunct) student newspaper at George Mason University called The Rival. My primary interests in movies include science fiction and animation.

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Bocchi the Rock!: Anime Series Review

Bocchi the Rock! captures social anxiety and musical perfectionism in ways rarely shown on screen, making it a hilarious, relatable anime.

The Other Final (2003) Film Review

The Other Final documents a unique sporting event which has to be witnessed to be believed, with a message just as resonant 20 years later.

Night at the Museum: Kahmunrah Rises Again (Disney+): Review

Night at the Museum: Kahmunrah Rises Again, out now on Disney+, plays it safe with the franchise formula, for better or worse.

Daughter of a Lost Bird: Review

Screened at the 2022 Native Cinema Showcase, Daughter of a Lost Bird is a revelatory documentary of the shocking continued treatment of Native youth.

Bootlegger: Film Review (2022 Native Cinema Showcase)

Screened at the 2022 Native Cinema Showcase, Caroline Monnet’s Bootlegger offers a unique look at the struggles of a marginalized group.

My Father’s Dragon: Netflix Film Review

Netflix ’s My Father’s Dragon reinvents a classic children’s tale by adding new themes and fantastic elements to captivate new and old audiences.

All Predator Movies Ranked From Worst to Best

The five Predator movies range from iconic to forgettable, and we ranked them all from worst to best. 

The Redeem Team: Film Review

The Redeem Team retells the story of the 2008 USA Olympic Basketball team through the words of the players and how they came together.

Cyberpunk Edgerunners Review: From Game to Series

Cyberpunk: Edgerunners succeeds as a video game adaptation by using the world of the game for its own story. Its unique characters and ideas set it apart.

Mermaids: The Body Found Should Remain Lost (Review)

Mermaids: The Body Found details scientists from NOAA finding mermaids. Though the premise is interesting, the idea comes across as confusing and a bit misleading.