Captain Marvel was first introduced in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) when Nick Fury sent out a signal to call for aid at the end of Avengers: Infinity War. Since then, fans have been desperately waiting for her solo movie to hit theaters, with the hope that it will reveal the fate of our favorite superheroes in the next installment of the Avengers. In the … Continue reading Captain Marvel: Another Success in the MCU
Produced and directed by filmmaker Dan Reed, the four-hour documentary Leaving Neverland has been gathering attention ever since its first showing at the Sundance Film Festival in January. Since its airing on HBO, it has ignited a nationwide controversy about the legacy of the late popstar Michael Jackson. Battle lines are now being drawn in the sand in the wake of Leaving Neverland’s stunning, explicitly … Continue reading Leaving Neverland: Can We Separate Michael Jackson, The Man, From His Music?
When the new year started, many moviegoers were excited for the big upcoming tentpole releases such as Avengers: Endgame, Star Wars Episode IX, and John Wick Chapter 3: Parabellum. Film buffs, or “cinephiles,” were also looking forward to a small wacky and overthe-top film called Climax, produced by independent film distributor A24 and directed by Gaspar Noé. Noé, who has made some fantastic films that … Continue reading The Craziest Film of 2019…and the year just started
The Ramapo Film Club (RFC) sponsored an Oscars Contest for the 2019 Academy Awards. This year there was a tie! The two Film Club students who guessed the most correct winners were freshman Alex Beane and junior Jack O’Shea. They will each receive their choice of either a Blu-ray of the Best Picture winner, Greenbook, or two movie passes to AMC’s Garden State Plaza. The … Continue reading Ramapo’s Oscars Choices vs. the True Result
Creator, businessman, and weekly blogger alongside his successful brother author John Green; Hank Green is the newest author filling bookshelves all across the country. Green’s debut novel, An Absolutely Remarkable Thing, was recently released in bookstores on September 25th, and is taking over the internet with its new view on young millennials living in a digital world. Hank Green is best known for his large … Continue reading Hank Green’s Authorial Debut
If you’re like I was, you probably haven’t heard of Daniel Caesar. That’s alright, because despite his relative lack of widespread fame, he has been creating some pretty massive waves. Daniel Caesar is an up and coming Canadian singer/songwriter who has released three critically-acclaimed projects, namely his 2017 debut album, Freudian. Caesar, born Ashton Simmonds, has been shaking the core of R&B, using elements of … Continue reading Daniel Caesar is Modernizing R&B and Nobody Knows About It
After 40 years, seven sequels, and two remakes, Michael Myers is back! What made the original Halloween so effective and terrifying was how simple it was. Halloween was made by John Carpenter on a very tight budget of only $300,000, yet the final product generated $70 million at the box office worldwide and is now regarded as one of the scariest films of all time. … Continue reading The Shape Returns