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Review: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Despite receiving numerous accolades, including seven Oscar nominations, Three Billboards has found itself immersed in controversy, drawing both best-of-the-year claims and accusations of racism.

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Review: Get Out

Several months ago, I saw a trailer for what looked to be a promising psychological horror movie. Then two words appeared before me like a deer in headlights: Jordan Peele. Yes, the Jordan Peele that is most famous for being

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Review: Zootopia

Furries rejoice: Big Time actually likes Zootopia. And not just for its clever allegory on societal racism, but also for its incredibly fun story. Zootopia tells the story of Judy Hopps (voiced by Ginnifer Goodwin), a bright-eyed bunny cop (the first of her

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Progressive Racism and the Politically Incorrect

I like to visit Twitch often. Twitch is a live streaming website in which streamers (typically) play video games for thousands to watch. While the game itself is typically the main source of entertainment, users are also able to communicate with

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Review: The Hateful Eight

Quentin Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight is somewhat misleading. For starters, it isn’t really a film, but more of a stage play recorded on film. Moreover, it feels less like an individual movie, and more like a follow-up to his previous film, Django

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