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Author: Ryan

Oscars 2018: The Wins, The Losses, and The Unexpected

This year’s Oscars carried a more progressive and satisfactory tone with many wins for overdue talent and for more unlikely candidates. New genres of film received recognition and there were a few underdogs that won as well. As with many awards shows, not everyone will be satisfied with the results, but with that said here are the winners below with a few of my thoughts.

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PUBG Tips: What I’ve Learned From Countless Hours Of Survival

The element of open world survival had intrigued me for months before my first session of “Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds.” I was a late bloomer as many PC gamers had already experienced the fun and XBOX players were playing months before I got a copy. While I am not an ace at the game, as an obsessed binge player I have learned a few tricks and strategies that have scored me the illustrious chicken dinner a few times now.

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What Defines A Christmas Movie And What Films Classify

When it comes to Christmas films, there is an adequate amount of subjectivity in regards to the which movies can be considered a holiday tradition. Movies like “Elf” or “A Christmas Story” are apparently influenced by the holiday while other films like “Die Hard” or “Gremlins” are constantly debated. So how is a film categorized as a Christmas movie?

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Review: ‘Pitch Perfect 3’ Closes The Trilogy On A Solid Note

“Pitch Perfect 3” is the third and final installment of the franchise. The Bardem Bellas hit the road once more but this time it takes them on tour with the troops traveling across the world on the USO tour. There are many new discoveries about each other and themselves as this film brings the trilogy to a comedic but heartfelt close.

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Star Wars The Last Jedi: Why The Hate Is Indisputably Understandable

Midway through my review for “The Last Jedi” I have this thought weighing heavily on my shoulders. The film is visually fantastic, the lightsaber battles are amazingly well choreographed, and overall everything is well structured and cohesive throughout. But despite this movie hitting the mark as a standalone entity, it left me feeling unsatisfied as a Star Wars fan. After two years of speculation and anticipation, I can see why the hate exists and as a fanboy, I’d like to take this opportunity to further elaborate.

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