by Logan Myerz
It’s officially the first day of Summer and there’s no better way to celebrate the hottest season of the year than watching the new film Leto. The films title which is Russian for “summer,” tackles a rock ‘n’ roll daydream based on the early days of the famous Soviet-Korean musician Viktor Tsoi, his musician friend Mike Naumenko, and Mike’s wife Natalia. This creates a somewhat complex music love triangle between the three individuals that adds substance to the early 80’s Soviet music scene. The black and white frames used in the film is painted beautifully to describe youth, rebellion, freedom, love, and the oppression that was occurring at that time in the Soviet Union.
by Kevin Muller
What a complicated path this has been to this year’s Oscars. First, the Academy tried to shoehorn a category in ,“Popular Film,” that was quickly taken out after much outcry. Then, Kevin Hart was hired then fired after his anti-gay tweets surfaced. Finally, the Academy wanted to cut certain awards that always had their time to shine, but quickly walked back, and put them back in. We haven’t even gotten to the ceremony where some celebrities are going to be annoying with their political beliefs that no one asked to hear. Anyway, the Oscars have always been a second Superbowl to me, without the high ratings. I love movies, and even though I don’t always agree with the picks, Chicago winning best picture comes to mind, I always like to see what/who wins. Let’s get to it…
Logan Myerz unboxes his favorite flick of 2018, Bohemian Rhapsody that hit stores on February 12th!
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It was a great and disappointing year at the movies, so we wanted to share our ‘Top 10 Favorite Movies of 2018!’ Share your favorite flicks of the year in the comments below!
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WE WILL ROCK YOU! Logan Myerz reviews one of the best films of 2018, the Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody starring Rami Malek as the late/great Freddie Mercury.
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“A chronicle of the years leading up to Queen’s legendary appearance at the Live Aid (1985) concert.”