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At a time when race relations are growing ever hot in the disconnect with police, a movie on the N.W.A seems all too timely. The group’s iconic angry lyrics of “F--- the Police” hold true in a climate where there is bitter tensions of race and class. The music resonates with passion and rage just as much now as it did during the early 1990’s. Straight Outta Compton feels very much an appropriate movie for such times display where such energy and inspiration was birthed from. It’s this perspective that lets us know ... Read full review »
If I Stay wants us to care about a girl in a coma. It’s a story that wants us to root for her recovery and hope she’ll make it through. But what incentive does she need to come back to reality? The young Mia Hall (Chloe Grace Moretz) seems to have a pretty great life ahead of her. She’s a brilliant cello prodigy who had an audition at Juilliard and has a boyfriend waiting by her side in the hospital. Why wouldn’t you still want to be alive? This is the only real conflict in this girl’s life - deciding if she wants ... Read full review »