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Hidden Gems: Movies that are so bad, they're good

There’s a growing online trend of purposefully watching bad movies. Whether they offer a cathartic release or they’re just plain funny, some movies are just so bad they’re good.Continue...

Chasing Happiness is an honest celebration of brotherhood

In a time when nostalgia sells better than sex, it’s hard to argue that Amazon’s new Jonas Brothers documentary, Chasing Happiness, is anything more than a ploy to sell the band’s reunion album.Continue...

Screenwriter Zack Stentz on Netflix’s Rim of the World

Netflix’s newest original film puts a fresh spin on a classic genre. Rim of the World, written by Zack Stentz, hit computer screens on May 24, delivering all the right nostalgic 80s sci-fi feels.Continue...

Predicting the 2019 Oscars major award winners

While this year’s Oscars are still a month away, the award ceremony's already found itself clouded in controversy. The show will be hostless for the first time since 1989, leaving the focus solely on the awards for the film industry’s biggest night.Continue...

Beautiful Boy’s repetitive plot buoyed by heart-wrenching performances

I entered The Screening Room, this weekend ready to be blown away. After obsessively watching and re-watching Timothée Chalamet’s breakout film, Call Me By Your Name, and following his rise to fame, I had high hopes for the actor’s newest role as a crystal meth addict in Beautiful Boy .Continue...

Space Jam: the movie we can’t forget

It’s been 20 years since Michael Jordan did something people thought was impossible — saved Looney Tunes.Continue...

Snowden film highlights critical issues of mass surveillance

Edward Snowden is more than a man. He’s a topic surrounded in controversy — a controversy explored in the recently released film Snowden covering his life experiences as a government intelligence snoop.Continue...

The Room: the worst movie of all time

When you attend a live screening of The Room, you embark on a communal journey through the wholly unapologetic and self-indulgent brainchild of Tommy Wiseau.Continue...

The Franchise Awakens

It would take a very cosmic force to get me to see a movie more than once in theatres. The dark side of ticket prices has held power over my student budget for too long. But this Christmas, all bets were off. The newest instalment of the Star Wars saga was coming to town — The Force Awakens.Continue...

The Netflix & chill phenomenon

Back in 2012, when “Gangnam Style” was dominating the Top 40 charts and I was beginning my first year at Queen’s, Netflix became a way for me to escape the dreariness of my day-to-day school life and avoid yet another night out at Stages.Continue...

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