WQHS Goes to the Movies: BlacKkKlansman

WQHS Goes to the Movies: BlacKkKlansman

It seems like 90 percent of movie trailers now begin with the words “based on the incredible true story”. The “true story” pitch is so common that it’s almost lost meaning. The reason I say “almost” is because of Spike Lee’s BlacKkKlansman – a truly stunning film that powerfully executes what really is an incredible … Continue reading “WQHS Goes to the Movies: BlacKkKlansman”

WQHS Goes To The Movies: Alden Reviews ‘Citizen Kane 2’ AKA ‘Isn’t It Romantic’

WQHS Goes To The Movies: Alden Reviews ‘Citizen Kane 2’ AKA ‘Isn’t It Romantic’

My first instinct is to call Isn’t It Romantic Rebel Wilson’s magnum opus – but I cannot do this in good faith, because with the level of directorial skill that she portrayed, I know there are many more great things on the horizon. While I initially believed that rom-coms were masterpieces, Rebel Wilson’s character argues against my … Continue reading “WQHS Goes To The Movies: Alden Reviews ‘Citizen Kane 2’ AKA ‘Isn’t It Romantic’”

The Oscars: Best Original Song Predictions

The Oscars: Best Original Song Predictions

Unlike the other nominees for Best Original Song, “Mystery of Love” by singer-songwriter Sufjan Stevens has been stirring up fanfare since before the official release of Call Me by Your Name. From ardent Sufjan Stevens fans to those, including myself, who tracked down the song from the movie’s trailer, music enthusiasts eagerly awaited its appearance … Continue reading “The Oscars: Best Original Song Predictions”