Tag: movie theater

The Transformative Power of Film: What Marvel’s Black Panther Means to Me

The Transformative Power of Film: What Marvel’s Black Panther Means to Me

Shay Harris—So I saw Marvel's Black Panther this past Sunday. I know, I should have seen it opening weekend, but responsibilities and what not. Anyway, Sunday was a beautiful day. I had finished a matinee performance of Lobby Hero (check out my last post to hear about that) around 4pm, grabbed dinner shortly after, then … Continue reading The Transformative Power of Film: What Marvel’s Black Panther Means to Me

IT Movie Review

IT Movie Review

WARNING: Spoilers and potentially graphic content ahead This past weekend, my friend and I were finally able to make our way to Cinemark's Tinseltown movie theatre and see the remake of It, written originally in 1986 by Stephen King.  According to slashfilm.com, Stephen King has said that we should "stop worrying about it as the producers … Continue reading IT Movie Review

Mr. Linsner Goes to Town

Mr. Linsner Goes to Town

Spencer Linsner—Hey Everyone! Sorry for the long absence—it's been a busy few weeks, but I'm here with a new story for you all! I thought I'd talk about a trip my friends and I took into the village of Brockport a couple weeks ago. It really provides a nice example of some of the great … Continue reading Mr. Linsner Goes to Town