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Photo of the theatrical poster for “The Batman.” Photo showcasing grim new look for Batman. Photo credits to DC Films and Warner Bros Pictures (Fair Use).

“The Batman”: Movie Review

Nathan Kim, Arts and Entertainment Staff March 16, 2022

“The Batman” is an engrossing, dramatic and suspenseful film that had my interest for the bulk of its three-hour runtime. There was a lot of hype and attention around this film in the months preceding...

One of the posters for “The Book Of Boba Fett”. This poster was released once the series concluded its first season. (Lucasfilm 2022)

“The Book of Boba Fett” Has… Problems

Joshua Mui, Opinions Staff February 24, 2022

*Spoiler warning for “The Book of Boba Fett” Season 1* Watching Disney+’s newest “Star Wars” show, “The Book of Boba Fett” tends to be an overwhelmingly up-and-down experience. While on...

Poster for “Spider-Man: No Way Home.” This poster was released after the movie was released into theaters. (Sony/Marvel 12/17/21)

“Spider-Man: No Way Home” Movie Review

Joshua Mui, Opinions Staff January 26, 2022

*Warning: This article contains spoilers for “Spider-Man: No Way Home.” If you haven’t seen it yet, then go see it. It's amazing.* “Spider-Man: No Way Home” has smashed through the pandemic...

The release poster for Eternals. A beautiful movie with an amazing cast but ruined with poor writing. (Photo courtesy of The Walt Disney Company)

“Eternals”: Movie Review

Nathan Kim, Arts and Entertainment Staff December 5, 2021

The latest installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, “Eternals,” can be best described as an ambitious film. The film seeks to unveil new events in the Marvel Cinematic Universe that no one knew...

Photo by Owain Wilson, taken on April 6, 2012, All rights reserved,

Disappointed in Die Hard

Abby Settipani, Features Staff December 7, 2020

Last year, I wrote an article for The Lambert Post asking students what their favorite Christmas movies are. Among the list was the movie “Die Hard”. The 1988 film tells the story of an NYPD officer,...

1917 Review: Last Man Standing

‘1917’ Review: Last Man Standing

Andrew Gu, Aaron Hsu, and Prateek Yadav February 3, 2020

1917 is a cinematic masterpiece, not only through its revolutionary camera work but also for its soulful storytelling and incredible audio design. A multitude of factors justifies this film’s whopping...

‘Frozen II’ Movie Review: Please Let it Go

Prateek Yadav, Opinion Staff December 6, 2019

I didn’t walk into the theater with many expectations, but Frozen II still managed to disappoint me- here’s why.   Virtually every reason why I didn’t enjoy this movie comes down to the...

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Parasite Movie Review: A Tragicomedy For the Ages

Andrew Gu, Opinion Section Editor December 4, 2019

Parasite, directed by South Korean filmmaker Bong Joon-Ho, has made its American release in theaters after stirring up quite the positive buzz beforehand. This film tells a socially conscious tale about...

Japanese release poster; All Images from Studio Ghibli and Hayao Miyazaki

‘The Wind Rises’ Movie Review: Make Love, Not War

Prateek Yadav, Opinion Staff November 20, 2019

I recently decided to watch some Studio Ghibli films, those of which are generally reputed for their charming stories and gorgeous 2D animation. I had always known of these movies, regularly seeing references...

Credit:, Niko Tavernise/Warner Bros.

Joker Review: Put On A Happy Face

Andrew Gu, Opinion Section Editor October 14, 2019

Send in the clowns, for Gotham's iconic villain, has made his origin story debut in all of its haunting, masterful beauty. Given the dark nature of the character, this movie is unapologetic in its telling...

Despite the marvelous acting and aesthetic of the film, Del Toro is not capable of crafting a relatable romance.  This post contains spoilers regarding the plot of the film.

The Shape of Water: Relating to an incomprehensible romance

Ananya Mehta, Staff Writer March 29, 2018

Guillermo Del Toro’s The Shape of Water not only won best picture at the 90th academy awards, but the film also won multiple Oscars for direction, music, and production design. In a cold war time period,...

Love, Simon poster featuring Simon, portrayed by Nick Robinson, and his friends, portrayed by Jorge Lendeborg Jr., Katherine Langford, and Alexandra Shipp.

“Love, Simon” is the movie that today’s teens have been hoping for

Emma North, Photography Editor March 26, 2018
While there have been multiple successful movies that highlight LGBT characters and relationships, like Moonlight and Call Me by Your Name, these movies are typically aimed at older audiences with R ratings or more artistic audiences with showings only at arthouse theaters. In teen-aimed content, LGBT representation has a reputation for not going well, usually either having stereotypical one-sided characters or very sad storylines. In recent years this has been improving, but #buryyourgays is an undeniable trope. Some people think movies like Love, Simon aren’t necessary and that current teens won’t appreciate it but I disagree. Love, Simon provides semi-realistic positive content for teens, whether or not they’re gay, Love, Simon is a fun relatable story, and positive relatable role-models are never unneeded when you’re growing up.
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