Review – Ms. Marvel (2022)

A teenage Captain Marvel enthusiast named Kamala Khan discovers powers of her own in the Marvel Disney+ series Ms. Marvel. Check out our review of the show and don’t forget to like, comment and click subscribe!

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“Kamala is a superhero fan with an imagination, particularly when it comes to Captain Marvel; Kamala feels like she doesn’t fit in at school and sometimes even at home, that is until she gets superpowers like the heroes she’s looked up to.”

Review – Rushmore (1998)

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by Armando Vanegas

If you’ve ever been a 10-year-old who felt they outgrew Disney or that you were more mature than most kids around you, then Rushmore is the perfect movie for you. I grew up watching it on Comedy Central for years and it was at a perfect time in my life when my parents were getting divorced and I was starting middle school. I didn’t really have many people to lean on so Wes Anderson’s distinctive style spoke to me for many reasons. I felt Rushmore was a good version of a ‘90s teen movie filtered through a very reserved but adult lens. It feels like a prototypical high school movie but its unusual tone sets it apart from other movies like it. A lot of this is what has kept me coming back to it over the years and shows why Wes Anderson is still the best to ever do it.

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The Last Matinee – Interview with Ricardo Islas

Logan Myerz interviews Ricardo Islas about his role in the new horror film The Last Matinee. They discuss 90s slasher flicks, playing the villain, filming in South America, the love of old movie theaters, and more! The movie was released in theaters on August 6th and hits VOD, Digital, and DVD on August 24th.

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“The audience attending the last showing of a horror film in a small downtown cinema are terrorized by a murderer who begins to pick them off, one by one. The only person to notice that something strange is going on is the projectionist’s daughter.”

Cinephellas Podcast – Episode 117 (Down with the Phellas)

On this episode of the Cinephellas Podcast , your favorite ‘Phellas of film return for Episode 117 to discuss a variety of topics about movies, television shows, and more topics like… 🎬📽️🎥🍿📺

• New Releases Such as Black Widow, F9, and Netflix’s Fear Street

• Favorite Families in Movies

• Favorite Movie Quotes of All-Time

• Remembering Richard Donner

• Looking Back at Spoof Movies and Popular Movie Scenes We’d Critique

And a Lot More on Episode 117 of the CinePhellas Podcast!

How do you feel about Black Widow or what what are some of your favorite movie quotes? Let us know what’s up and what you’re thinking.

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Review – Rushmore (1998)

by Armando Vanegas

With Bottle Rocket being a critical hit, it only made sense for another studio like Touchstone Pictures to come calling and give Wes Anderson the skills to become the filmmaker that he is today. Due to its larger budget and higher profile, it’s no doubt that Rushmore is truly a Wes Anderson movie. I remember it being the movie that introduced me to Wes Anderson. Because of his unique style, no movie was like it at the time to me. Not to mention that it stood out from many other high school movies of its time such as Can’t Hardly Wait or American Pie. He knows how to use his style to create an immersive world that’s so meticulously detailed that he’s able to flesh out the characters and the story in a more convenient and subtle way than other filmmakers would probably do. Watching it now was somewhat unexpected. While I don’t think I can tout it as the masterpiece I once did, it was still an entertaining movie.

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Review – KIN (2018)

Logan Myerz reviews the sci-fi/action flick KIN now available on Blu-Ray, DVD, and Digital HD.

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“Chased by a vengeful criminal, the feds and a gang of otherworldly soldiers, a recently released ex-con, and his adopted teenage brother are forced to go on the run with a weapon of mysterious origin as their only protection.”

The Sandlot 25th Anniversary Collector’s Edition

Celebrate a quarter century of laughter and friendship with The Sandlot’s 25th Anniversary Collector’s Edition. This crowd-pleasing gift set includes a set of 10 exclusive Topps® baseball cards featuring Scotty Smalls, Benny “The Jet” and the rest of the ragtag roster. The major-league treatment continues with an all-new Booklet filled with behind-the-scenes photos from the film director’s personal archive, and an all-new, full-color Poster! So gather your best buddies together for a winning comedy-adventure and a whole lot of fun. Play ball!

You can purchase the Collector’s Edition at Fox Connect!